‘Justice’ Category

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Students Push for Justice

On March 8, more than 1,200 students and other individuals attended the sold-out Building Bridges conference, "Genocide awareness: How will history judge us?"

Gustavus Works to Save Energy

During February students, faculty, and staff are engaged in the National Campus Energy Challenge—competing with colleges throughout the nation to reduce energy consumption.

Changing the World

After two years of absence, the January Interim Experience class Changing the World has returned with new ideas, bigger questions, improved projects, and more men!

Cold Weather Stirs Up Justice

A common purpose for student-led organizations and clubs at Gustavus is to make a difference. Actions Supporting All People (ASAP) is one student organization that aspires to make a positive impact on campus and also on the larger society.

Social Justice Theatre in India

Giant puppets. Monsoon storms. Children yelling on rooftops. Thirty goblin costumes. Social justice. Not chaos, but the experience of two Gustavus students spending a summer month teaching social justice theatre to youth in India.

Gustavus Being Green

Environmental sustainability is taken seriously at Gustavus Adolphus College. The Linnaeus Arboretum and the Environmental Studies program have long demonstrated the college's commitment to environmental education.

Ling Addresses Building Bridges

As the keynote speaker at the College's 12th annual Building Bridges Conference, investigative journalist Lisa Ling challenged young people to actively seek and find the information they need to be informed, active, well-rounded citizens.

Day at the Capitol

Gustavus students will soon join hundreds of Minnesota private college and university supporters at the State Capitol to advocate for student financial aid.

Building a greener Gustavus

The tornado in 1998, although extremely unfortunate, created an opportunity for Gustavus to become more environmentally friendly.

Social Justice Experience in India

It was during a Gustavus Social Justice, Peace, and Development Semester in India that Mary Duvall realized she would someday return.