The Yellow Sheet 2002

April 11, 2002 | Volume 34, Number 26

Thursday, April 11,

Volume 34, Number 26

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News & Announcements

Service Awards Dinner Set... The College and the Alumni Association will recognize the commitment of faculty and administrators who have served 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, and 35 years and those who are retiring. The annual Faculty and Administrator Service Awards Dinner will be held May 22 in Alumni Hall, beginning with a social hour at 5 p.m. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. The cost for the dinner is $10 per person. An invitation will be sent to faculty and administrators, although all are welcome to attend. Contact the alumni office with the name of any person that should be included in the list of honorees or with any questions.
    Nancy Baker, professor of health and exercise science
    Keith (Joe) Carlson, professor of geology
    Howard Cohrt, librarian, associate professor
    Patricia Freiert, professor of classics
    John Rezmerski, associate professor of English

    35 Years
    Helen Baumgartner, associate professor of music
    John Rezmerski, associate professor of English

    30 Years
    Will Freiert, professor of classics
    Don Ostrom, professor of political science
    Don Palmgren, professor of art
    David Schultz, adjunct instructor of music
    Dean Wahlund, director of special events

    25 Years
    Al Behrends, director of fine arts programs
    Deborah Downs-Miers, associate professor of English
    Julie Johnson, director of academic advising
    Karen Larson, professor of anthropology and interdisciplinary studies
    Steve Waldhauser, publications coordinator

    15 Years
    Barbara Fister, librarian, associate professor
    Jean Heidcamp, assistant to the dean
    Michael Hvidsten, professor of mathematics and computer science
    Kurt Irvin, associate professor of Spanish
    Doug Nimmo, associate professor of music
    Jeff Stocco, associate dean of students, director of career center
    Tom Thorkelson, assistant athletic equipment specialist, special events coordinator, strength coach, head men's and women's track coach

    10 Years
    Elizabeth Baer, professor of English
    Jolene Christensen, assistant to the president
    Carolyn Dobler, associate professor of mathematics and computer science
    Jennings Ellis, adjunct instructor in physical science
    Connie Liljengren, adjunct instructor of music
    Naomi Quiram, director of postal services
    Don Scheese, associate professor of English
    Patricia Snapp, associate professor of music
    Mike Stehlik, women's soccer coach and coordinator of athletic fundraising
    Bruce Van Duser, associate professor of physical education and health
    Jane Walgenbach, associate professor of nursing
    Warren Wunderlich, director of physical plant

New Logo Means Changes. Starting with the "Brand Me G-U-S-T-I-E-S" marketing launch, the College has begun to use its new wordmark/logo to identify itself consistently in public. Following is what is available:
  • Those developing brochures and other print and visual publications should be using the new wordmark in those publications. Anyone needing the new images should see Eileen Holz in printing services or Steve Waldhauser in publications. Contracted vendors who need logos, artwork, or electronic files should contact Holz (x6272).
  • New letterhead, envelopes, and business cards consistent with the new wordmark have also been developed. The new general College letterhead will be available through printing services as current supplies of the previous letterhead are depleted. Envelopes will be available in 6" x 9", 9" x 12", 11" x 13", and #10 sizes, again as current supplies of the old stock run out.
  • However, personal letterhead templates are available immediately for office workstations. For those who have a PC, the proper template and instructions for installing and personalizing it are available by e-mailing a request to Steve Waldhauser ( or by calling the Computer Center Helpline (x6111). For those who have a Mac, call the Helpline and ask for the Mac version of the template. (The "Univers" font needs to be available on the computer for the template to work correctly. If it is not, ask for it when requesting the template.)
  • Starting immediately, new orders for business cards will be printed using the new wordmark in a new format. Anyone needing new cards or who wants to move to the new design now should contact Barb Booren (x6213 or
Photo and Story Contest... The Integrated Marketing Committee is looking for photos and stories that illustrate Gustavus' "Extraordinary People. Extraordinary Place." For more information, including the contest guidelines, go to The submission deadline is May 1. For additional information regarding this contest, contact Jill Bisbee in
admission (x7680) or Susan Andrews in public relations (x6395).

Assistant Dean of Students Named... Patti Kelly (student activities) has accepted the position of assistant dean of students effective upon JoNes VanHecke's departure for graduate school. According to Dean of Students and Vice President for Student Affairs Hank Toutain, "Patti's professional background, demonstrated accomplishments in several areas of Student Affairs, and personal attributes made her an outstanding candidate for this position."

Money Raised for Battered Women... A 60-mile run on March 23 by members of the Gustavus Epsilon Pi Alpha fraternity raised about $6,000 for the Sojourner House in the Twin Cities. The Eppies ran from campus to the Sojourner House, a shelter for battered women and their children, in Hopkins. Along with the money that was raised, the runners also delivered a collection of teddy bears to the shelter, one of which was relayed the entire distance. The run ended a week of domestic violence awareness activities that were part of the 2002 Clothesline Project at Gustavus. The entire week was coordinated by the Eppies with co-sponsorship from various Gustavus organizations and included a hateful language workshop, a survivor's panel, a candlelight service, a bonfire, and a clothesline display in Christ Chapel.


Another Wins Fulbright... Steve Mellema, physics, is the recipient of a Fulbright Scholar award to take place in Malaysia for the 2002-03 academic year. This award includes lecturing and research collaboration at the Universiti Sains Malaysia.

3 Goldwater Winners... Three Gustavus students have been named Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Foundation Scholars for 2002. They are junior physics major Troy Anderson, junior biology and history major Nadine Lysiak, and junior biochemistry and chemistry major Jared Mays. They were among the 309 undergraduate students named Goldwater Scholars, 13 of whom are from Minnesota and 11 of whom are at Minnesota institutions. In Minnesota, only Gustavus and the University of Minnesota had 3 recipients. In the nation, Gustavus and Kenyon were the only colleges with 3 winners. Gustavus has a strong tradition in the program: This is the second year Gustavus has achieved the distinction of having 3 winners; the first was in 1993. Since 1992, Gustavus has had 15 scholarship recipients; the program itself began in 1990. More than 1,150 students were nominated by professors from throughout the nation for the 14th annual competition that encourages outstanding students to pursue careers in mathematics, the natural sciences, and engineering. Goldwater Scholars are selected on the basis of academic merit. The 1- and 2-year scholarships cover the cost of tuition, fees, books, and room and board up to a maximum of $7,500 per year. The Goldwater scholarship program honors Sen. Barry Goldwater and is the premier undergraduate award of its type in these fields. The foundation has, to date, awarded 3,632 scholarships worth approximately $36 million. It is a U.S. government program, funded by the U.S. Senate.


Chapel Schedule... All are invited to the 10 a.m. worship services in Christ Chapel. The upcoming schedule is as follows:

  • April 12 -- Charlie Strey, Psalm 89: 1-8;
  • April 14 -- Chaplain Brian Johnson, 3rd Sunday of Easter;
  • April 15 -- Recognition of Service, Genesis 18: 1-14;
  • April 16 -- Megan Ruble, Exodus 24: 1-11;
  • April 17 -- Morning Praise, John 21: 1-14;
  • April 18 -- Gustavus Band;
  • April 19 -- Service for Tenured Faculty, Bishop Stan Olson; and
  • April 21 -- Chaplain Rachel Larson, 4th Sunday in Easter.
Talk Shop Friday... Gretchen Hofmeister (chemistry) will present the next Faculty Shop Talk of the 2001-02 academic year at 4:30 p.m. April 12 in the Interpretive Center. Her talk is titled "Pharmaceuticals, Medical Sutures, and Plastic: The Titanium Connection -- Using Molecular Architecture to Control Reactivity." Feel free to arrive any time after 4:15 p.m. The abstract for this and future talks may be viewed on the Gustavus Web under the On-Campus Community/Faculty/Shop Talks link.

Juggling Bonanza Friday. The third annual Great Juggling Bonanza will be held from 4-9 p.m. April 12 in Lund Center. The event will include juggling demonstrations, free juggling lessons, live entertainment by Tuey and In Capable Hands, the sale of juggling equipment, a raffle, and refreshments. Tuey, a comic stunt juggler who holds a Guinness world record and has won 5 medals at the International Juggling Championships, will perform at 5 p.m. At 6:30 p.m., In Capable Hands, a duo made up of Steve Russell and Kobi Shaw, who were trained by the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus, will perform. This event, sponsored by the Juggling Assembly, is open to the public. Admission is $1 per person.

Documentary Film to be Shown Friday. A preview of the documentary film "Questioning Faith" by Macky Alston of River Films in New York will be held at 7:30 p.m. April 12 in Alumni Hall. The film's national release will occur in May on HBO/Cinemax. The film, which covers Alston's 3-year journey through seminary, deals with the tough question "How can a good God exist when bad things happen?" Inspired by the loss of a friend and seminary classmate who died of AIDS, the film includes the people Alston meets and the multi-faith dialogue that occurs. It investigates what happens to people's beliefs when tragedy strikes. Alston will be on campus to introduce the film and give a "fireside chat" after the viewing. Refreshments will be provided. The event is free and open to the public. More information is available at or by calling Gustavus Youth Outreach (x7585 ext. 2).

Famed Aspen Ensemble to Perform Friday... The Gustavus Artist Series will present the Aspen Ensemble in concert at 8 p.m. April 12 in Bjorling Recital Hall. The ensemble brings to its performance the history of the Aspen Music Festival, an extensive performance resume, the members' love of chamber music, and a desire to bring unique programs to audiences around the world. The ensemble will open with Mozart's Flute Quartet in A Major, followed by Bela Bartok's piano solo Suite Paysanne Hongroise. The first section of the program ends with a string trio, The Serenade in C Major by Erno Dohnanyi. Following intermission, the ensemble will present Johannes Brahms' Piano Quartet in G Minor. Tickets are available at the Information Center (x7590) or the evening of the performance at the door of Bjorling. Tickets are $8 for adults and $6 for students and senior citizens.

Youth to Discuss Tough Questions Saturday. High school students will come together to discuss tough questions related to faith during Youth Day 2002. The April 13 event is titled "Questioning Faith: God and the Tough Stuff." Youth Day will feature a viewing of "Questioning Faith" and discussion with the film's creator Macky Alston, making this the first event in the Midwest to utilize the film as a youth discussion tool before its national premiere. The day will include small group discussions, workshops, and worship, and the Burlap to Cashmere concert. The cost for Youth Day is $20 per person, which includes 2 meals and a concert ticket. For more information, call church relations (x7001) or visit the Web site. Youth Day 2002 is sponsored by Gustavus Youth Outreach and the Office of Church Relations, in collaboration with the Center for Vocational Reflection, the Office of the Chaplains, and the Office of Admission, as well as AAL/Lutheran Brotherhood.

Students Recitals This Weekend... A weekend of recitals and concerts is set for April 13-14 in Bjorling Recital Hall. Ben LeRoy opens the weekend with his senior horn recital at 1:30 p.m. April 13. LeRoy will be accompanied by pianist Coni Liljengren and joined by the Gustavus Horn Octet and Brass Quintet. Junior Sara Kilby will present a flute and piano recital at 3:30 p.m. April 13. She will be accompanied by pianist Jennifer Kilby, who will join her sister for the Suite of Piano Duets by Robert Starer. At 7:30 p.m. April 13, the Veritas Brass Quintet will present a concert of works for brass quintet. The members of the Quintet are as follows: Neal Batchelor and Adam Rupp, trumpet; Elisabeth Axtell, horn; Matthew Wallace, euphonium; and David McRoberts, tuba. At 3:30 p.m. April 14, the Gustavus Symphony Orchestra will present its spring concert. These recitals and concerts are free and open to the public. A reception will follow the recitals in the lobby of Bjorling.

Burlap to Cashmere Concert Saturday... On April 13, the band Burlap to Cashmere (B2C) will perform live in Lund Arena. The concert, which is open to the public, will begin with local band Copper Coin at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. B2C captivates and inspires audiences of all ages and musical tastes. The concert will be broadcast live on the Internet through a coordinated effort between Net Access Corporation and B2C, with Gustavus and LifeNet.FM Radio. The event is sponsored by Gustavus Youth Outreach, Student Senate, the Center for Vocational Reflection, the Office of Church Relations, the Chaplains Office, and the Office of Admission. Tickets are $5 with a Gustavus ID; tickets for off-campus individuals are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Tickets are available at Northwestern Bookstores in the Twin Cities and at The Lighthouse in Mankato as well as from Christian Happenings by phone at 1-800-965-9324, or online at, or For more information, call x7585.

Five for Fighting to Perform Sunday... The national music act Five for Fighting will perform live at 8 p.m. April 14 in Lund Arena. The alternative, pop, and light rock band, led by singer/songwriter John Ondrasik, will include music from its latest album, America Town, which features the hit single "Superman." "I think there's something here for everybody," Ondrasik explains. "My goal was to have songs that an 8-year-old kid would love to sing along to, and songs that the college graduate, the Dylan-lover, would love to get into." Lund Arena will open at 7:30 p.m. on the night of the concert. This event is sponsored by the Campus Activity Board and is open to the public. Tickets may be purchased for $8 with a Gustavus ID and $12 for the general public and are available at the Information Center. For more information, contact student organizers Stephanie Winter ( or x5372 or Maria VonArx (

Church-Relatedness Presentation Monday... How is Gustavus' church-relatedness manifest in the life of the College? What would we like to see? Jack Niemi (church relations) will make a short presentation on his vision for his position from 7:30-9 p.m. April 15 in the Board Room in the Campus Center. Niemi is interested in hearing the campus community's ideas about Gustavus' church relatedness, what one sees now and would like to see in the future. Niemi will give a presentation to the Board of Trustees on Gustavus' church-relatedness next week. If any questions, contact Florence Amamoto (x7399 or Sponsored by the Center for Vocational Reflection.

Berkeley Professor to Lecture Tuesday... Rosemary Joyce, Director of the Phoebe Hearst Museum of Anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley, will present a public lecture at 7:30 p.m. April 16 in Wallenberg Auditorium. Joyce's lecture is titled "Making Something of Herself: Embodiment of Life and Death as Playa De Los Muertos, Honduras." Joyce is a distinguished scholar of pre-Columbian archaeology and of gender studies which includes work as an archaeologist, museum curator, museum director, and university professor. Joyce has been engaged in archaeological field work in Honduras since 1979 and is currently co-director of an on-going project in Rio Ulua, Honduras. Joyce will speak on a topic that combines the study of archaeological artifacts with topics of beauty, sexuality, and the viewer's gaze. The lecture is sponsored by the Hillstrom Museum of Art and the Dorothy Peterson, Mildred Peterson Hanson and Arthur Jennings Hanson Endowment in Liberal Studies, and the Women's Studies Program.

Divisional Meeting Wednesday... A meeting of the Book Mark, clerical, and library staff will be held at 10:30 a.m. April 17 in the Presidents Dining Room. President Axel Steuer,Ken Westphal (finance Office), and Kirk Beyer (human resources) will be in attendance. Bring any questions, suggestions, or concerns to the meeting or send them to the respective Staff Personnel Committee representative.

Out of Scandinavia Features Ylva Eggehorn April 20-27... Hear the poetry and spiritual messages of 2002 Out of Scandinavia writer-in-residence Ylva Eggehorn at 2 events. She will speak at 10 a.m. April 24 in Christ Chapel and lead a lecture at 7:30 p.m. April 25 in Banquet Room A in the Campus Center. Both events are free and open to the public. During the week-long residency, Eggehorn will also visit various classes.

Upcoming "Life in the Arb" Events. All are invited to the following "Life in the Arb" events:

  • Jim Gilbert (naturalist and director of the Linnaeus Arboretum) will lead nature hikes from 9-10:30 a.m. April 20 and May 18 in the arboretum. Participants are asked to meet at the Interpretive Center.
  • Gilbert and other guides will lead wildflower walks from 6-7:30 p.m. April 24 and May 1 in Gluek Park at the St. Peter Regional Treatment Center. Participants are asked to meet at 6 p.m. at the Interpretive Center to carpool.
Friends of Linnaeus Arboretum at Gustavus is sponsoring these free events. Registration is not required.

Take Back the Night April 21. Take Back the Night, an evening event dedicated to community-wide awareness, prevention, and healing for sexual assault and violence, will take place at 7 p.m. April 21. Starting in the Campus Center banquet rooms, information will be presented about various sexual assault services available on the campus and in the community. A march will start at the Campus Center and continue through various residence halls, as well as Christ Chapel, Eckman Mall, Linnaeus Arboretum, and other on- and off- campus sites. The purpose of the march is to raise awareness regarding sexual assault and violence, to give people a means to share stories, and to take back the fear of being alone at night. Take Back the Night is sponsored by the Gustavus Womyn's Awareness Center. This event is free and open to the public.

Employee Budget Meeting April 22... A meeting for all employees regarding the 2002-03 budget is scheduled for 3:30 p.m. April 22 in Banquet Room B in the Campus Center.

Moe Lecture in Women's Studies April 23... This year's annual Moe Lecture in Women's Studies will be given at 7:30 p.m. April 23 in Alumni Hall. This year's speaker is Professor Jacqueline Royster of Ohio State University. The lecture, titled "Memory, Critical Imagination, and the Rendering of Historical Knowledge," highlights the notion that knowledge-making is a process of persuasion that involves several rhetorical processes; among them are story-telling, history-telling, and theory-making. Royster will use a critical moment in the history of African-American women to demonstrate the ways in which she has constructed a new framework for theorizing about African-American women's rhetorical performances. This event is free and open to the public.

Arbor Day Celebration April 26... Friends of the Linnaeus Arboretum invites everyone to its annual Arbor Day Celebration April 26. "The Wonders of the Minnesota Wetland" will include a 10 a.m. service in Christ Chapel, a reception on Eckman Mall, an 11 a.m. Arbor Day luncheon in Alumni Hall, and a dedication ceremony of the arboretum's wetlands preserve. The chapel service will include a homily by Mary Solberg (religion and arboretum board member). Luncheon speakers include Jim Gilbert (campus naturalist and arboretum director), who will give a spring update on the arboretum, and Peter Olin, director of the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum, who will speak on the growth and vitality of the wetlands project. The dedication ceremony will include the release of a dozen baby ducks given by friends of the arboretum and a groundbreaking ceremony at the arboretum's teaching pond near the Borgeson Cabin. The Arbor Day celebration is open to the public. The cost for the luncheon is $16 per person; there is no cost for the other events. For luncheon reservations, send name, address, and a check made payable to Friends of Linnaeus Arboretum, c/o the Office of Public Relations. The luncheon reservation deadline is April 22. For more information, call x7520.

TIAA-CREF Meetings April 29-30... Representatives from TIAA-CREF will be on campus April 29-30 for meetings as follows:

  • 9-10 a.m. April 29 in Banquet Room B -- "Overview of TIAA-CREF Accounts and Benefit Options"
  • 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. April 29 in Banquet Room B -- "Tax Law Changes Affect Retirement"
  • 1:30-2:30 p.m. April 30 in Linner Lounge -- "Retirement Income Options"
Individual counseling sessions may be scheduled by calling human resources (x7304).


Presentation on Olive Fremstad April 18... The Nicollet County Historical Society invites the public to an audio-visual presentation of "The Forgotten Olive Fremstad, Minnesota's Greatest Classical Musician" at 7 p.m. April 18 at the Treaty Site History Center, 1851 N. Minnesota Ave., St. Peter. Learn about Fremstad's greatness and her Nicollet County connection with the use of visuals of her operatic career in Europe and the Metropolitan Opera in New York City, an audio of Fremstad's Columbia recordings, a review of Fremstad's story written by Willa Cather in "The Song of the Lark," and excerpts from a PBS Masterpiece Theatre video. Admission is $4; free to Nicollet County Historical Society members and children under age 12.


Students Present Research... Justin Johnson, senior geology and environmental studies major, and Emily Tremain, junior geology major, presented research April 3-5 at the joint meeting of the North-Central and Southeastern sections of the Geological Society of America in Lexington, KY.

David Koppenhaver, education, and Karen Erickson of the University of North Carolina, had a chapter, "Supporting Literacy Learning in All Children," published in Quick-Guides to Inclusion 3: Ideas for Educating Students with Disabilities (Paul Brookes, 2002).


  • Gea Stanger (graduate intern with student activities) died April 1. A memorial service was held April 6 at Minnesota State University, Mankato. Stanger had been working as a graduate intern since September and worked closely with the Campus Activities Board and the Inter Greek Senate.
To inform the campus community of the loss of a current student or employee or trustee, an emeritus professor or trustee, or an immediate family member of a current employee, contact the president's office (x7538).


The following people have recently joined the Gustavus community:
    New Support Staff
    Daniel Archer, Physical Plant


  • Director of Student Activities
For more information on the aforementioned position(s), call human resources (x7304).


The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations' weekly program or funding opportunity highlight:
  • Summer Undergraduate Research Grants Offered... The NCUR/Lancy Initiative is a joint effort between the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) and the Alice and Leslie E. Lancy Foundation to help institutions develop summer undergraduate research programs with an emphasis in interdisciplinary research. The program focus is on helping to build communities of student and faculty scholars spanning the academic disciplines but working on a unifying theme. The program will make grants to institutions to have a cadre of faculty supervise 6-8 undergraduates for a period of 8-10 weeks during the summer. The initial award will be $40,000 for the summer of 2003, to be used primarily for the support of student creative and scholarly work. Awardee institutions will receive an additional $22,500 for the summer of 2004, providing the institution has made acceptable progress during the first year of the award. More information, including a list of awardees and examples of unifying research themes from the first 4 rounds, can be viewed at Interested interdisciplinary teams of faculty or individual faculty should contact Bob Weisenfeld (x7049 or, who will serve as proposal coordinator, by May 1.
For more information on grants or proposal preparation, contact the Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations (x7049 or The current edition of Grant Information (aka The Blue Sheet) is available at


Here are some noteworthy Gustavus-related stories that recently appeared in print or broadcast media around the nation:
  • On April 7, the Star Tribune of Minneapolis "Book Review" section listed Don Scheese's (English) memoir, "Mountains of Memory: A Fire Lookout's Life in the River of No Return Wilderness," and the fact that his book is a 2002 Minnesota Book Award nominee. Award winners will be announced April 12 at the Fitzgerald Theater in St. Paul.
  • On March 30, KSTP-TV (Ch. 5, Twin Cities) and KSTC-TV (Ch. 45, Twin Cities) aired stories at 10 p.m. and 9 p.m. respectively on the 4-year anniversary of the tornados that struck campus and southern Minnesota. President Axel Steuer was interviewed and included in the broadcasts.
  • On March 27, news of Gustavus' marketing launch aired on KEYC-TV (Ch. 12, Mankato) at 6 and 10 p.m.
  • On March 26, the Chronicle of Higher Education published "Pay for College Administrators Rises by 4.7 percent, Beating Inflation Rate" included quotes from Kirk Beyer (human resources).
Anyone who has suggested additions for this list, suggestions for potential future media stories, or interest in being a media source should contact News Director Stacia Senne (x7510 or


The following are changes and additions for the "Personnel Phone Directory 2001-02":
  • x7565 -- Academic Outreach (delete)
  • x6245 -- Summer Programs (change)
  • x7169 -- Center for Vocational Reflection (change)
  • x7626 -- Daniel Archer, physical plant (addition)
  • x7626 -- Robert Weiske, physical plant (delete)
For further information or corrections, contact Laura McCabe in telecommunications (x6261 or


  • Spring Cleaning Sale... The Book Mark will have its spring cleaning sale from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. April 15-16 in the hallway outside the store. Tables will be filled with clothing, books, supplies, and gifts.
  • National Poetry Month is being celebrated the week of April 15 at the Book Mark with 20 percent off poetry books. Register for prizes, including a copy of "Poetry Speaks," complete with 3 CDs.

For Sale: Spacious family home with 4 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms on 3 levels of finished living space. Detached double garage and garden shed. Located at 506 W. College Ave., St. Peter. Call Janet Anthony (office 934-5711; home 931-2603).


Upcoming events
Date Event
Today DEIB Event: Worldly Ears - Bringing a Sense of Belonging in Music by Esther Wang
"Making Your Mark: Prints and Drawings from the Hechinger Collection", on exhibition at the Hillstrom Museum of Art
DEIB: Gender Identity/Pronouns "What's the difference between my sex and my gender?" (Lunch and Learn)
Flu Shots Available in the Health Service Office
Gustavus Employee Engagement Survey - Closing Soon!
INVERSITY Reflection Event - Discuss Module 3
INVERSITY Reflection Event - Discuss Module 3
Tickets for Theatre & Dance Productions
Vote for the St. Lucia Court
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Art exhibition: Making Your Mark, at the Hillstrom Museum of Art Museum of Art
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Marlena Myles - New Works On display at Schaefer Gallery Art Gallery
1010:20 a.m. Daily Sabbath: prayer around the cross Chapel
12:302 p.m. The Arts Administration Salon Series Studio Arts, Lecture Hall (LEC)
4:306:30 p.m. "Indigenous Salon" featuring Artist Marlena Myles, Public Reception at Schaefer Gallery of Art Art Gallery
Tomorrow "Making Your Mark: Prints and Drawings from the Hechinger Collection", on exhibition at the Hillstrom Museum of Art

To add or change items on the calendar, please fill out and submit a College Calendar event form. View the entire College Calendar online.

The Yellow Sheet is a newsletter for Gustavus Adolphus College employees produced by the news staff in the Office of Public Relations. It is published weekly during the academic year (except during Thanksgiving, Christmas, Touring, Spring, and Easter breaks). Anyone may submit items by filling out an online submission form. While online, e-mail submissions are preferred, items may also be submitted typewritten on a letter-sized sheet of paper. Send "snail mail" items to: The Yellow Sheet, Office of Public Relations. Items must reach the news office no later than 4:30 p.m. on the Tuesday before publication. The week of Nobel Conference the deadline is 4:30 p.m. Monday. For more information, call Stacia Senne at x7510 or Barb Booren at x6213.
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