Archive for September, 2010

Ask the Love Attorney
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Ask the Love Attorney

DEAR LOVE ATTORNEY: I have married a woman—Let us call her Ms. Haze, she was my landlord of sorts, but I do not love her. No! I am only using her, in order that I may be closer to the nymphet of her daughter; let us call her Lolita. Lolita […]

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Democrats aim to replace gay ban with gay band

After Senate Republicans on Tuesday blocked the legislation that would have repealed the “don’t ask, don’t tell” law in the military, Democrats are now scrambling to introduce a new bill which they hope will be met with greater success. “The idea of lifting the gay ban was unpopular with the […]

James Joyce: author of Ulysses and Sir Thornbladderly look-alike.
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Explorer Hunts Freshman

Sir Reginald Thornbladderly, III, a world-famous hunter and facial-hair enthusiast, was arrested for the shooting of 17 freshmen leaving a party last Friday. Sir Thornbladderly, a near-sighted, mustachioed man with an odd resemblance to author James Joyce, claims that the shooting was a simple case of mistaken identity. “I meant […]

Sports

Women’s soccer off to fast start as Northwest Conference play opens

ccer team is on a roll following a pair of victories this past weekend against Willamette and Lewis and Clark. The triumph on Friday over the Bearcats came after a hard fought battle, which eventually ended after junior Theresa Henle (Issaquah, Wash.) found the back of the net in the […]

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Volleyball looking to establish consistency

Entering Saturday night’s game at 5-3, the Puget Sound volleyball team looked focused and confident to play in front of the Logger faithful for the first time this season. Even without fan favorite junior Bri Boyce (Kent, Wash.), it was evident that the Loggers were not going to be denied […]

Sports

Loggers run hard at Sundodger Invitational

The Logger cross country athletes had a great showing at their pre-season meet on September 5 in Walla Walla, Washington. The athletes ran an impressive 2 kilometers longer than their normal distances.  Seniors Hayley Walker (Cambria, Calif.) and Marnie Hazelhurst (Portland, Ore.) led the women’s side with sixth and ninth […]

Sports

Logger youth prevails on pitch

The Northwest Conference season began last weekend, the 18 and 19 of September, and in the rain and shine, the varsity men’s soccer team pulled through with a pair of  weekend victories against Linfield and Willamette. “We only have one senior and four juniors on our roster, so each game […]

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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 […]

Change in management takes S.U.B. in new direction
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Change in management takes S.U.B. in new direction

As a result of the recent partnership with an external managerial company, the Puget Sound Diner has been undergoing major changes, and students are taking notice. Columbia Hospitality was hired in July 2010 to point the Diner in a new direction, and it plans to revamp everything from flavors to […]

Symposia showcase student summer research
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Symposia showcase student summer research

When most people think of summer, the mind immediately jumps to the wonderful bliss of a lack of schoolwork, responsibility, etc.  However, this summer 68 Puget Sound students continued their academics in the form of research in the science and humanities departments.  The symposia, which took place on Sept. 9 […]