Archive for November, 2010

UT promises laughs with fall sketch show

UT promises laughs with fall sketch show

Ubiquitous They comedy sketch team presents their Fall 2010 sketch show “A Baby Within A Baby”. There will be three performances on Nov. 18, 19 and 20 at 7:30 p.m. in Rausch Auditorium (bottom floor of McIntyre). Admittance is free, although donations are always appreciated. UT began humbly enough in 2003 and since then has [...]

Football season comes to an end with loss at Whitworth

Football season comes to an end with loss at Whitworth

Saturday’s football game against Whitworth ended in a 63 – 35 loss for the Loggers despite another display of offensive splendor with a total of 470 yards (421 of them being passing yards). Junior wide receiver Adam Kiffin (Salem, Ore.) broke the school record for single game receptions for the second time this season; he [...]

Bipartisan failure proves parties arbitrary

Bipartisan failure proves parties arbitrary

Reflecting back on America’s last national election, it is difficult for me not to smirk. After an unsatisfactory two years under a majority Democratic legislation and an unsatisfactory twelve years under a majority Republican legislation, the nation has once again backtracked to the latter system that clearly has not been up to par with our [...]

Thanksgiving 2010

[ONLINE EXCLUSIVE] Every year, the last week of November serves as the first week-long break of the year for students. And this year, Seattle is featuring various activities during this Thanksgiving season. Winterfest will have its twenty-third year in 2010 and will take place Nov. 26 – Dec. 31. This holiday festival always begins the [...]

Rugby club finding success, making a name for itself across campus

Are you aware that the University of Puget Sound has a good old fashioned club rugby team? I wasn’t either, until I passed Todd Field a couple weekends ago to see just over 20 Logger men in the pouring rain, yelling, kicking and screaming during a game. Battered, bloodied and tired, the Puget Sound club [...]

Remaining ‘sextually’ active

Remaining ‘sextually’ active

Kudos to you for putting down that cell phone and picking up this week’s edition of The Trail. Lord knows those things can seem like a phantom limb. What with everyone and their mom having one these days, it’s not surprising that with new outlets for communication, emerges some interesting situations (ab flash). One of [...]

Swim team blows conference competition out of the water

The Loggers came out strong again in their second week back after an impactful 2009 season. If their performances are indicative of what is to come this season, the Loggers are well on their way to qualifying for Nationals. The true test for the Logger swimmers will be maintaining high work ethic and building confidence, [...]

Puget Sound’s admissions tested

Prior to making the life-changing decision of where to attend college, many of those who choose, or chose, the University of Puget Sound did so with the help of the school’s student tour guides, who stroll around the beautiful campus with their respective tour groups and divulge interesting, appealing facts about this small, prestigious university. [...]

Kid Cudi’s Sophomore CD disappoints

Kid Cudi’s Sophomore CD disappoints

As soon as Kid Cudi (a.k.a. Scott Mescudi) entered the modern hip hop scene, he took it by storm. Young people immediately caught on to him, blasting songs like “Day N’ Nite,” “Soundtrack 2 My Life,” “Pursuit of Happiness (The Nightmare)”and “The Prayer” from their cars, dorm rooms or wherever else they were when Man [...]

RDG pops, locks and drops it at the church

RDG pops, locks and drops it at the church

On Friday, Nov. 19 and Saturday, Nov. 20 the Repertory Dance Group (RDG) will be holding its fall performance titled “Can’t Touch This.” Both shows will begin at 7:00 p.m. and will be held at the Urban Grace Church Auditorium and Performing Arts Center, located in downtown Tacoma. Transportation to Urban Grace is available for [...]