Articles written by: Scott Silverstein

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Libertarian Party should take center stage in US politics: Party meets needs of much larger population than just those who identify as Libertarians

The United States has outgrown the basic Republican-Democrat model. According to Pew research, the Republican favorability is at a low 37 percent, and the Democrats are not that much higher at 46 percent. If neither party can get up to 50 percent, than why are these two parties so dominant? […]

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Saying goodbye to six seniors who have all had strong careers for Puget Sound baseball

  The senior players of the baseball team have led their teammates to many victories this season, and they have dedicated four years of themselves and their lives to Puget Sound’s team and their teammates. Lucas Stone (Ashland, Ore.), Addison Melzer (Portland, Ore.), Tucker Barney (Boise, Idaho), Jarrod Beiser (Cupertino, […]

Sports

Logger track is sprinting towards greatness

More than halfway into the season, the Puget Sound track and field women’s and men’s teams have been performing very well with many individuals placing in the top ten of their event. Many Loggers have achieved not only personal bests, but also Northwest Conference Championship qualifications. Although track and field […]

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Portland Trailblazers’ performance promising, represents quality of Northwest sportsmanship

    The Pacific Northwest has a rich but small history in sports. After the Seattle Supersonics left for Oklahoma City in 2008, Northwest sports fans had little in the way of quality basketball to support. The largest outlet for this thirst has been the Portland Trailblazers, and it looks […]

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Women’s soccer team ends with a loss, but a successful season and NWC trophy in hand

As the fall season for sports ends and teams wrap up the past few months, the women’s soccer team reflects back at the unforgettable season it had. At the top of the scoreboard, Puget Sound finished with a score of 13-1-2 in their conference and a score of 17-3-2 for […]

An instructive guide to weight-room etiquette
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An instructive guide to weight-room etiquette

  As the off-season emerges for football, volleyball and both soccer teams, it is important that the sports teams continue working to improve for the upcoming season. This entails working out, perfecting drills and injury recovery. The off-season is a time when good teams become better. There is no way […]

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Logger swim team performs solidly at meets

The Logger swim team competed in the Husky Invitational Dec. 6, 7 and 8 in Federal Way, Wash. The invitational hosts swimmers from 10 states including DI schools and USS club teams. The team came out strong on the first day of competition, they finished the day with 142.5 points […]

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Men’s soccer team ends their successful season; Loggers lose in second round of playoffs to Trinity

The Logger men’s soccer team saw a fantastic season come to a close in San Antonio, Texas in a 4-0 loss to the Trinity Tigers. This marked the first time in the second round for the Loggers in over a decade. The opening half of the game seemed promising for […]

Women’s basketball team builds on strong start toward promising 2013-2014 season
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Women’s basketball team builds on strong start toward promising 2013-2014 season

The women’s basketball team has begun the season strong with a 5-2 record. They started their year in a tournament in Santa Cruz. With a successful 2-1 record in the tournament they have set the pace for the young season They started out playing Whittier College. In this game, their […]

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Do not be fooled by men’s basketball record; Team starts out 3-4 with three losses within three points

The men’s basketball team is playing well to start out their year. They are currently 3-4 with close losses to good teams.  They have currently been playing in three straight tournaments. The first tournament was home at Puget Sound. The Loggers were really strong in the first two games, first […]