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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  […]

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Nick Hornby, Ben Folds pair up on new release

On Sept. 24, Nick Hornby and Ben Folds released their album Lonely Avenue. Hornby wrote the lyrics and Folds composed and performed the music. To some, this may sound like the best two things put together since peanut butter and jelly – and, well, it is. From start to finish, […]

Kittredge Gallery features local art
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Kittredge Gallery features local art

When in search of good art, one often ventures out across oceans or to big-name museums, but for the lucky students of Puget Sound,  great art has come to us at the Kittredge Art Gallery. On display now until Oct. 2 are the works of local artists that have been […]

Jazz band director takes group in new direction
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Jazz band director takes group in new direction

This year, the University of Puget Sound welcomes Wayne Horvitz to the faculty as director of the jazz band.  Originally from New York City, Horvitz is a prolific composer, performer and collaborator of music in many genres. Looking at his resume of collaborations and recordings is similar  to reading a […]

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Easy A earns a passing grade

You’ve seen the trailer on the Texts From Last Night website.  You know it’s got Emma Stone in a corset.  You know it’s got Penn Badgley from Gossip Girl.  And because it’s a movie about high school, of course Amanda Bynes is in it. Much like the 1980s, movies about […]

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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 […]

“Howie the Rookie” hits the stage
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“Howie the Rookie” hits the stage

Launching the Puget Sound Theater Department into the new semester is the student-produced play “Howie the Rookie,” written by Mark O’Rowe. The play will be performed Sept 23, 24 and 25 at 7:00 p.m. in Rausch Auditorium, costing four dollars at the door.  Bringing the play onto our campus are […]

Stevens’ “All Delighted People” EP delightful
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Stevens’ “All Delighted People” EP delightful

Indie-folk performer Sufjan Stevens released his new EP on Aug. 20, which contains an astounding variety of songs  ranging from soft-spoken indie rock songs, to folky acoustic ballads to over 10-minute long, symphonic epics. It certainly has the same depth, consistency and ingenuity that Stevens continually exhibits in his full-length […]