Baseball plays above expectations Baseball plays above expectations

Baseball plays above expectations

After a slow start to the season in nonconference play, the Puget Sound Loggers baseball team (10-10 overall, 8-4 Northwest  Conference) is playing up to its lofty expectations, leading the Northwest Conference near the midpoint of the season. The nonconference season started with a  2-6 record.  The Loggers were unable to consistently put all three [...]

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New On Netflix New On Netflix

New On Netflix

  Netflix, one of America’s favorite video streaming services, is constantly adding new content and, if you’re someone with a $7.99/month membership, you probably know how overwhelming the “new arrivals” section is. Here are six recommendations—from TV shows, to stand-up specials, to good old fashioned three-act-structure movies, to documentaries, to foreign films—that are not to [...]

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In need of protection

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The Northwest Detention Center The Northwest Detention Center

The Northwest Detention Center

Placed amidst warehouse buildings and set to a dramatic backdrop of the downtown Tacoma skyline and Mt. Rainier, sits the Northwest Detention Center (NWDC). The NWDC lies within four miles of campus, yet most students are unaware that behind a 20-foot-high fence detained immigrants await their immigration proceedings. As Kelsee mentions, the topic of improving [...]

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News

Undocumented Students’ Experience at Puget Sound

In 2011, the year Mariana Molina ‘14 marticulated at the University of Puget Sound, the Undocumented Students Work Group (USWG) delivered policy recommendations to the President’s Cabinet in an effort to combat the various problems that undocumented students face at the University. Since those recommendations, professors at Puget Sound have begun taking part in developing [...]

Mar 27, 2015 7:00

Features

Giving a Voice to the Undocumented

Living in Tacoma, you may be unaware that down in the Port among the factories and toxic zones is the country’s fourth-largest detention center housing hundreds of detainees, many of whom are undocumented people from Mexico, South America and Central America. Whether or not Tacoma residents were previously aware of this facility, very few ever [...]

Mar 27, 2015 7:00

Arts & Entertainment

Campus Style

Campus Style

This week, I asked Loggers what inspires them to dress the way that they do. Some were influenced by pop culture and media, while others were inspired by mixing and matching clothes that they already owned. This melting pot of style adds a little bit of zest to the look and feel of our student [...]

Mar 27, 2015 12:22

Opinions

Now is the time for a mixed-race dialogue

Conversations about race both on and off campus have been going on for a while. On campus, a new dialogue about mixed race has started. In navigating the many complexities of race, people of mixed race have the unique ability to identify with different ethnic identities. Being of mixed race is also starting to become [...]

Mar 27, 2015 7:00

Recent Articles

Campus Style

Campus Style

This week, I asked Loggers what inspires them to dress the way that they do. Some were influenced by pop culture and media, while others were inspired by mixing and matching clothes that they already owned. This melting pot of style adds a little bit of zest to the look and feel of our student [...]

Will Your Favorite Show Return?

College: The classes, the friends, the knowledge, the socializing, the TV shows…. Yes that’s right, let’s all be honest; most of us are adding on one more major: procrastination with an emphasis on television. This time of year, there are two important drafts happening: the NFL drafts (#GoHawks) and Network Renewals. I will be going [...]

Humidity and Static: Anything But Static

Humidity and Static: Anything But Static

  At almost any given moment during the day, you can hear violins and singing voices coming from the music building, KUPS playing in The Cellar or the occasional tune blasting out of an open dorm-room window. Outside those department or dorm-room settings, however, Puget Sound plays host to its fair share of musical guests [...]

March madness

There I sit, on the couch cursing at the television screen with my crumpled up bracket in the trash bin. And despite all the frustration that is collectively felt across the nation, I am happy because it is March Madness. March Madness, the annual NCAA Division I basketball tournament, is the greatest sporting event of [...]

Golf team starts their spring

Both the men and women’s Logger golf teams hosted the Puget Sound Invitational to kick off their spring seasons. The two-day invitational, which took place at the Gold Mountain Golf Course in Bremerton, Wash. on March 7-8, put Puget Sound up against Lewis and Clark College, Linfield College, Pacific Lutheran University, Whitman College and Whitworth [...]

Softball does well in Arizona

During a long spring break in Tuscon, Ariz., the Logger softball team played two games on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday in The Grand Canyon State. First the Loggers took on the Eagles from the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse. The Eagles sprinted out to an early lead, earning four runs in a little over [...]

Baseball plays above expectations

Baseball plays above expectations

After a slow start to the season in nonconference play, the Puget Sound Loggers baseball team (10-10 overall, 8-4 Northwest  Conference) is playing up to its lofty expectations, leading the Northwest Conference near the midpoint of the season. The nonconference season started with a  2-6 record.  The Loggers were unable to consistently put all three [...]

Track and Field season nears the end

Track and field are starting to hit their stride in the recent weeks and should be sprinting to the finish line. This improvement was on display over the past two weeks during the Pacific Lutheran University and University of Redlands Invitationals. In the PLU Invitational (March 9), the men’s outdoor team took second out of [...]

Men and women’s rugby updates

Both men’s and women’s Rugby have been playing strong since returning from winter break and don’t plan on stopping their momentum anytime soon, looking to playoffs in April. The men’s team has won all three games this year  and the women’s team has only been dealt one loss since the end of winter break. Junior [...]

Women’s basketball team fall in second round

As the clock reached triple-zeros against George-Fox, there was a melancholic realization that the big dance was over for the University of Puget Sound’s women basketball team. There was still reason to celebrate though for the Loggers and the fans who followed their season. The University of Puget Sound’s women basketball team’s post season came [...]