Articles written by: Jezabel Lightly

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New café to open in Wyatt Hall

Ask anyone and they’ll tell you: the economy just isn’t what it was. Everyone has been affected by the national drop in employment, and recent college graduates have been some of the hardest hit. Humanities majors, in paticular, have suffered from the dip. As they see their liberal arts degrees […]

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On Sandy’s frontline

The following is an account of time spent in New York City during Hurricane Sandy by Trail reporter Jezebel Lightly. It’s 5 p.m. on Sunday. I’m on a New York City street, somewhere on the lower East Side. Today, the winds have begun to pick up. Trash is scattered everywhere […]

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Akin skipped Pre-K, missed key lessons

Given the recent statements made by several government officials, including representative Jack Bakin’s (R-MO 2nd District) confused remarks about “legitimate rape” and women’s reproductive rights, The Trail thought it appropriate to assign a team to investigate the origin and nature of men’s education. Intense investigation revealed that Representative Bakin did […]

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Freshmen Begin To Suspect They’re Not In Seattle

A growing concern of the freshman class this year is in regards to their geographical frustration of living in Seattle. Several do not understand why their expectations of living in such a large city are failing them so dramatically. The Campus Visit Program is not commenting on allegations made by […]

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Tenure Board Investigated for Hazing Allegations

Earlier this week, a professor accused the University’s Tenure Review Board of hazing its incoming faculty members.  The scandal has evoked several strong responses from the general University population, as well as president Ronald Thomas. “It seems as though we were living with another Greek house without realizing it,” Thomas […]

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Security Services gets desperate

During this past weekend, Puget Sound security services faced perhaps their biggest internal crisis to date. At approximately 11 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 14, University of Washington: Tacoma security forces were contacted by University of Puget Sound Security because of extreme “paranormal activity” reported around campus. Shortly after being called, […]