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Students protest to quicken divestment

By Casey O’Brien Dozens of students from across student groups at the University set up tents and camped out in front of Jones Circle on Thursday, April 28th to protest the Board of Trustee’s slow progress on divestment from fossil fuels. Led by the ECO club, the protesters met at […]

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Letter to the Editor: Michael Church, Executive Director of Sigma Chi Fraternity International Headquarters

Sent on February 12:  We recently learned of a situation involving our chapter at the University of Puget Sound where individual members of the chapter were alleged to have made discriminatory statements and/or promoted discriminatory behavior during isolated events that occurred in the chapter house.   It is important to […]

Combat Zone Puget’s Potty Press

Puget’s Potty Press

An exclusive look at Puget Sound’s bathrooms by Combat Zone writer Mad Punz and consultant Darn Schultz Over Thanksgiving break, while most people left campus and went home to eat their weight in turkey, I—accompanied by my consultant Darn Schultz (and occasionally Bathroom Guru Tim)—went around to every bathroom on […]

Sports Comparing Marshawn Lynch’s career moments

Comparing Marshawn Lynch’s career moments

BEST ON THE FIELD  LUKIE : Beast Mode 2.0 After “Beast Mode” was born in the 2010 playoff run against the Saints, every fan, analyst and coach was searching for what they could call Beast Mode 2.0. There were runs against the New Orleans Saints in the 2013 divisional playoffs, a […]

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Students protest to quicken divestment

By Casey O’Brien Dozens of students from across student groups at the University set up tents and camped out in front of Jones Circle on Thursday, April 28th to protest the Board of Trustee’s slow progress on divestment from fossil fuels. Led by the ECO club, the protesters met at […]

ASUPS Restructures Budget in Name of Solidarity, Efficiency
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ASUPS Restructures Budget in Name of Solidarity, Efficiency

By Casey O’Brien Each Spring, the ASUPS budget committee makes decisions about budgets for student clubs and organizations for the upcoming year. This year, the budgeting changed significantly, with many clubs receiving less money. The reason for this, explained President Noah Lumbantobing and current Vice President Peyton Anstine, is twofold. […]

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Letter to the Editor

  Sent on April 14:  Dear campus community, The ASUPS budget season is upon us and in full swing. While frustrating for many of us, as I know it has been at times for some of you, it is the first step Vice President-Elect Lydia Bauer and I have taken on […]

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Labor Dispute in Washington finds its way to the Grocery Aisle

By Olivia Langen Behind each box of organic Driscoll’s berries in the Metropolitan Market on North Proctor Street lies years of protests and labor unrest for a group of Burlington farmworkers. In July 2013, Al Jazeera reported a strike of 250 Sakuma farmworkers as tensions over wage negotiations increased. That […]

Attempted armed robbery ends in shot fired, none injured
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Attempted armed robbery ends in shot fired, none injured

By Ashley Malin For the second time this academic year, a shot rang out on campus. On Sunday, March 27 at 3:20am, Security Services alerted students of an attempted armed robbery near Anderson/Langston Residency in the North End of campus. No one was injured in the incident. According to Director […]

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The first generation experience

By Eada Gendelman Nikita For fifth-year student Nikita New, education was never a given. Her mother grew up in El Salvador during the Salvadorian Civil War and was forced to drop out of school in the ninth grade. Her father was also raised in an unsafe and poverty-stricken environment where […]

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Eric Holder visits Puget Sound

By Eada Gendelman   After working in law and public policy for more than 30 years, Eric Holder, Jr. visited the University to lead a discussion entitled “Principled Leadership.” The members of the campus and local community gathered in Schneebeck Concert Hall to hear Holder speak about his controversial career […]

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No More Week of Action brings greater sexual assault awareness to campus

By Emma Brice   The University of Puget Sound holds many events throughout the year such as Take Back the Night and No More Week of Action in order to bring sexual assault awareness to campus. This past week, Sexuality Issues, Race, and Gender Education (SIRGE) has put on events […]

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Growing popularity of STEM leading to decline in humanities

By Grace Cook This year of graduates marks the smallest class of English majors in recent memory; upper-division classes that would have had an average of 10-15 students last year are now experiencing numbers as low as four. Like other majors in the humanities, English majors are often asked, “What […]

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Latino-American Panel discussion brings attention to issues faced in Tacoma community and beyond

By Eada Gendelman On Feb. 18, Latinos Unidos worked in collaboration with the Tacoma Art Museum, Centro Latino, and Pacific Lutheran University to present Exploring the Latino Experience in Tacoma, a reception and student-led panel discussion. Students and local community members joined together in the Rasmussen Rotunda at 6 p.m. […]