Articles written by: Kathryn Stutz

Senior Show 2014 now at Kittredge Gallery
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Senior Show 2014 now at Kittredge Gallery

Kittredge Art Gallery hosted the opening reception of the Senior Show on April 23, an exhibition that displays the work of Puget Sound’s graduating Studio Art majors, giving these students an opportunity to experience the process of tailoring their art to a professional exhibition. The artistic work of students Jonathan […]

Sandow Birk’s “American Qur’an” exhibit
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Sandow Birk’s “American Qur’an” exhibit

For the past month, Puget Sound’s Kittredge Gallery has hosted the exhibit “American Qur’an,” created by renowned artist Sandow Birk. Birk’s series consists of 16-by-24 inch pages inscribed with an English translation of the text of the Qur’an, and illustrated with diverse images of modern American life, from inner-city graffiti-covered […]

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West Coast talents featured at the Blue Mouse

The Blue Mouse Theatre on Proctor hosted an informal music festival on April 11 of three talented musical groups, each of whom showed off their unique styles through a variety of musical genres and pieces. The first act, What She Said, introduced themselves as Puget Sound’s “only all-women a cappella […]

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Marvel’s Captain America packs in the action

The world has begun to calm down after the events of 2012’s The Avengers and Steve Rogers/Captain America (Chris Evans) will finally have a chance to explore the brave new world of the 21st century, after having been frozen in ice since the end of the Second World War. In […]

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Noah: A different story than what you have heard before

Genesis 6:9—“This is the account of Noah and his family.” As a summary, these words describe director Darren Aronofsky’s film Noah even better, perhaps, than the Genesis story itself. Noah is constantly and intimately concerned with the relationships between Noah (Russell Crowe), his wife Naameh (portrayed masterfully by Jennifer Connelly), […]

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Students gather to commemorate Al-Mutanabbi Street

Last semester, Collins Memorial Library played host to a traveling collection of books, book-art and visual art broadsheets made in response to the bombing of Al-Mutanabbi Street, a literary and cultural center in Baghdad, Iraq in 2007. Now, two days after the anniversary of the bombing on March 5, Collins […]

Adelphians Spring tour ends tonight in Kilworth
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Adelphians Spring tour ends tonight in Kilworth

The Adelphian Concert Choir will perform their Home Concert at 8 p.m. the evening of March 28, in Kilworth Memorial Chapel. Choir Director Dr. Steven Zopfi described the program as, “kind of a gamut of stuff,” and explained that “because we take this concert out on the road, and we […]

BSU and The Grand Cinema open discourse
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BSU and The Grand Cinema open discourse

By KATHRYN STUTZ   The Puget Sound Black Student Union and the Queer Alliance hosted a showing of the documentary film The New Black from director Yoruba Richen on Feb. 27. They also hosted a panel discussion after the film on the issues of marriage equality and the role that […]

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Professor publications in the national spotlight

As students at a liberal arts university, it can be very easy to see our professors’ lives and academic careers as entirely centered on teaching students. These same professors are prolific writers, editors and poets. The work they produce is read and enjoyed far beyond the walls of their classrooms […]

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A Winter’s Hope a multi-cultural extravaganza

By KATHRYN STUTZ   Last weekend’s Adelphian and Voci d’Amici masterpiece, A Winter’s Hope, showed off the vocal talents of the Puget Sound students involved, and served as a sort of Christian-flavored multi-faith holiday worship service for the greater Puget Sound community. The Saturday night performance, with the backdrop of […]