Articles written by: Mackenzie Abernethy

Digital art via Google
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Digital art via Google

Virtually visiting the world’s most renowned art museums, free of charge and even at the convenience of your location, is now possible through the recent release of Google’s “Art Project.” The concept was born as a “20% project”, which is the time-percentage Google allows employees to build and develop their […]

KUPS maintains momentum after Woodie Award
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KUPS maintains momentum after Woodie Award

After a year of great success, the popularity of KUPS has grown, drawing interest from members of the campus community who are anxious to get involved. With over 300 student applicants this year and fewer than 120 open spots, KUPS was unable to offer a radio show to the  majority  […]

Coffeehouses offer students variety
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Coffeehouses offer students variety

It is no new secret: coffee is a college student’s staple. Though Puget Sound students are ever grateful for on-campus coffee, sometimes a divergence from Diversions can be a good thing. Luckily, Tacoma has a great selection of coffee shops to provide students with a cup of joe in a […]

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English professor Laurie Frankel publishes first novel, “The Atlas of Love”

“Until you actually write a novel, you really don’t know if you can write a novel,” said Puget Sound professor Laurie Frankel, who published her first novel, titled “The Atlas of Love” on Aug. 17 of this year. According to Frankel, the novel is a light, literary story about family […]