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2015 Honorary Degrees to be Awarded

On Sunday, May 17, University of Puget Sound will recognize three individuals for their lifelong contributions to their local, regional or global community at the Class of 2015 graduation ceremony. These honorary degrees will be awarded to Washington Supreme Court Justice Steven C. González, who has geared his career towards […]

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ASUPS to Hold Special Senate Elections

The student body will be re-voting for both Senators-at-Large that were elected in this year’s spring 2015 cycle. On April 10, the Honor Court found that Kyle Chong had violated the sanctions levied against him by the Elections Committee but should not have been disqualified from the ASUPS Spring 2015 […]

University Hall Now Renamed "Oppenheimer Hall"
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New Oppenheimer Hall

On Saturday, June 6, Puget Sound will honor alumni Deanna and John Oppenheimer ‘80 by renaming the coed dormitory currently known as University Hall to Oppenheimer Hall. In the acknowledgment of their contribution to advance Puget Sound’s mission and their support of the $125 million “One of a Kind” comprehensive […]

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ASUPS Elections to Begin Next Week

This year’s Associated Students of the University of Puget Sound (ASUPS) Spring Elections are approaching. While campaigning officially began on Friday, Feb. 27, polls will open on Monday, March 9 at 6 p.m. and close on Saturday, March 14 at noon. “Voting will be online, our Director of Technology Services […]

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Queer theory expands gender studies program

The University of Puget Sound recently decided to implement queer theory into the Gender Studies program in order to expand the interdisciplinary program and strengthen the minor. “We’ve had a minor in Gender Studies and so what we did, what we are in the process of doing, is joining forces […]

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Take Back the Night plans fall events on campus

Every spring, the Puget Sound Sexuality Issues, Relationships and Gender Education sponsors the annual event Take Back the Night, a rally to raise sexual violence awareness. It is accompanied by weeklong activities and Green Dot training. This year, Puget Sound has decided to host a second rally, making Take Back […]