Archive for September, 2005

Photography Contest

Today, we are proud to announce that we are sponsoring a photography contest. This contest will run concurrently with the International Education’s photography contest and is open to anyone who wishes to submit a photograph taken of campus life at Gustavus Adolphus College and in its surrounding community. Before submitting a photograph, please carefully read […]

Hurricane Katrina Teach-in streaming audio

Last week’s Hurricane Katrina Teach-in here at Gustavus is now available to stream from the web in Windows Media Audio (wma) format. To listen to these streams, you will need to have a reliable connection to the Internet and Windows Media Player installed on your computer. Teach-in playlist: Peg O’Connor (Women’s Studies) — Introduction Karen […]

Faculty schedules updated

After being empty so far this school year, the faculty schedules have been updated with the latest information directly from the registrar’s office. For the first time, the schedules will be synchronized on a nightly basis with fresh data from the school’s main database. This project is the first that will be using this new […]

Permalinks changed

Today we started utilizing mod_rewrite for our permalinks in this blog and our Featured Gustavus Weblogs. I’m not totally sure exactly how mod_rewrite does it, but it allows us to have much cleaner URLs for our posts. If you notice anything odd, please let us know.

Gustavus featured weblogs

In an effort to consolidate our various blogs and blogging systems that we have tried out over the last couple of years, we have created a WordPress blog to manage all of the Gustavus featured weblogs. We have imported all of our past blogs into the WordPress system and are currently looking into some more […]

Gustavus WordPress theme

Today we updated the look of our blog here with a new WordPress theme we created to match the rest of the Gustavus website. This is a good step forward for the Web Services blog. We also plan to use this theme for other official Gustavus weblogs. Technically, it wasn’t too hard to port the […]