Articles written by: Jessy Lynn

Corina Bakery dangerous for your sweet tooth
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Corina Bakery dangerous for your sweet tooth

Friday afternoons spent sipping on tea and consuming a delicious snickerdoodle cookie can only be experienced perfectly at one bakery. Corina Bakery, on the corner of 6th and Fawcett Avenue, offers a variety of pastries and café drinks that are sure to complete an afternoon or provide a delectable dessert. […]

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‘Orange’: vintage along with current fashions

The city of Tacoma has several exceptional secondhand shops. However, one stands out as remarkably bright and juicy. Orange on Sixth, owned by Laurel Lawson, offers a unique variety of retro resale items that blends the best of past fashions with current styles of clothing. “Vintage clothes are my passion,” […]

Meet the owners: The infamous Infinite Soups
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Meet the owners: The infamous Infinite Soups

Many cities have soups, but only Tacoma has Infinite Soups. Open Monday-Saturday from 11 a.m.-7 p.m., the local dive, located off Tacoma Ave., offers its customers a wide array of delicious flavors every day. The arrangement is a simple bar to order soups. There is a stack of records in […]

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Spring break breakdown

[ONLINE EXCLUSIVE] What is that? Springtime is in the air? Well, at least March is in the air, which means spring break is nearing for the students at Puget Sound. This also means professors are strategically planning their lesson plans to have a paper due when students return, and said […]

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Study abroad applications finalized for the upcoming year

An air of anticipation hangs over many students on the Puget Sound campus.  Many upperclassmen have applied to study abroad in the coming year and they are anxiously awaiting the results of their applications that were due on Feb. 15. Students applied to schools all over the world, from Tanzania […]

Tacoma Art Museum part of MUSE membership program
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Tacoma Art Museum part of MUSE membership program

We are broke.  It is a sad truth, but as college students we are often hard pressed to find things to do that we can afford.  Luckily for us, the Tacoma Art Museum has found a way to open up its doors to our empty wallets. The TAM is part […]

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Faculty selection in progress

The University of Puget Sound is preparing itself. The new academic year of 2011 approaches with the exciting buzz of new students, but also new teachers. The English and Theatre departments are losing some beloved professors. However, along with the goodbyes come some exciting hellos to new faculty for both […]

Holiday cheer abounds
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Holiday cheer abounds

Christmastime is nearing, but for many Puget Sound students the wait to return home still seems too long. However, the Tacoma community is giving a little taste of Christmas that will attempt to satisfy the holiday appetite of students until finals are over. Whether you enjoy arts or the outdoors, […]

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Fall Revue succeeds

It appears that “The Fall Revue: A Musical Revue in Narrative” presented by Curtain Call has far exceeded expectation. Based on the success of performances put on by the then-called “Up Stage’em,” the prospect that this show would be a winner was doubtful. However, the club was reborn in its […]

Local artists collaborate with conference
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Local artists collaborate with conference

The second Race and Pedagogy National Conference has arrived at the University of Puget Sound. Hundreds of people gather this week to celebrate the event that officially takes place Oct. 28 to 30. According to the University of Puget Sound’s website, the purpose of the conference is to “address one […]