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Campaign courts youth registration

Resident Community Coordinators (RCCs) sponsored a new event on campus in conjunction with ResLife called the “New Voters Campaign” on Wednesday, Feb. 29. According to RCC Brendan Trosper, the New Voters Project’s main goal is to register students to vote and to mobilize their voice in local politics. “Statistics show […]

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Testing the waters

Due to recent ASUPS support, the Puget Sound Sailing Team is now able to enjoy the use of several new boats out on the waters of Gig Harbor. This is the group’s fifth year as a club, but only their first of practicing for competition in regional conferences in Washington, […]

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LGBTQ talk on campus

On Wednesday, Nov. 9, RSA partnered with the offices of Spirituality, Service, & Justice (SSSJ) and Multicultural Student Services (MCSS) to host a forum for discussion regarding the most recent Trail article about the Underground Christian Fellowship (UCF). RSA Student Leader Hannah Smith felt inspired to create the event, entitled […]

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University kicks off new campaign with $74 million

Saturday, Oct. 29, the University announced the public phase of a $125 million capital campaign, the most ambitious in Puget Sound’s 123-year history.  Additionally, President Ronald Thomas announced on the same day that Dr. Gwendolyn H. Lillis P’05 and Dr. Charles M. Lillis P’05 of Castle Rock, Colorado gave an […]

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Career fair showcases a variety of professional opportunities for grads

On Wednesday, Oct. 27, from 4 to 7 p.m. Puget Sound held its biannual career fair in Marshall Hall.  At this semester’s Career Fair, 18 organizations were represented, with 12 Puget Sound alumni attending to represent their respective employers. Each semester, Career and Employment Services (CES) invites a wide range […]

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Weyerhauser Hall dedication ceremony scheduled today

Today, Friday, Oct. 28 from 5 to 7 p.m., the University will be officially dedicating the newest academic building on campus with the Grand Opening and Dedication of Weyerhaeuser Hall.  The whole of the campus community is encouraged to come join faculty, staff and students at the ceremony, and tours […]

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Where’s the room for compromise?

The Underground Christian Fellowship (UCF) is taking steps to be reinstated as an official campus organization after being placed on suspension last spring by the University’s Integrity Code Board (ICB). Before the suspension, the group was known as the University of Puget Sound Christian Fellowship (UPSCF) and functioned as a […]

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Puget Sound selected to participate in President’s initiative

Puget Sound was recently accepted as one of 250 schools across the nation to participate in President Obama’s “The President’s Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenege.” The challenge began in June of 2010 when, at the recommendation of the President’s Advisory Council for Neighborhood and Faith-Based Initiatives, the White House […]