Archive for October, 2010

Digital age diminishes true music appreciation
Opinions

Digital age diminishes true music appreciation

For my birthday this past weekend, I implored my mother to get me just one item: a portable CD player. Today’s rationalized world may scoff at this artifact of a bygone era – inconvenient, limited, obsolete. Lately, however, I am becoming dissatisfied with my current niche within pop-culture – compulsively […]

Sports

Frisbee earning respect

The Puget Sound men’s ultimate Frisbee team is gearing up for their spring season.  The team is made up of veteran and rookie players alike.  By the looks of it, it is highly probable that they will have a very successful year. The team did very well in their first […]

Sports

Fall season comes to a close for Logger golf

en’s golf team finished out the season on a high note, winning the team title for the Northwest Conference Fall Classic on Sunday. With a team score of 320, the Loggers led the rest of the field by 10 strokes at the end of day one. Day two was no […]

Women ignored by Cosmo’s suggestions
The Happy Trail

Women ignored by Cosmo’s suggestions

Imagine, if you will, that you are getting intimate with a partner who, for the sake of visualization, is a guy. Things are getting pretty heated, and recalling a particularly unorthodox tip in the most recent Cosmopolitan, you take out your secret weapon: a donut. Yes, a donut. What you […]

Carbon River Road at Mount Rainer in danger of closure
News

Carbon River Road at Mount Rainer in danger of closure

On those far between and few sunny days on campus, one can catch a glimpse of Mt. Rainier walking down the stairs from Jones circle. The mountain provides many recreation opportunities for students on the weekend, as well as for many families in the greater Tacoma area. However, Carbon River […]

Xenophobic rhetoric facilitates persecution
Highlights / Opinions

Xenophobic rhetoric facilitates persecution

The European Union and the French government are embroiled in a dispute over recent political action that France has taken against the Roma population within its borders, which includes demolishing settlements and deporting its occupants. The Roma, or ‘Gypsies’ as they are popularly known, come from Romania and Bulgaria, and […]

A&E

Invisible Children film makes annual appearance on campus

On Wednesday, Nov. 3, the renowned, eye-opening documentary about conflict and child soldiers in Uganda, Invisible Children, will be put on by Puget Sound’s Invisible Children Club at Kilworth Chapel. The Northwest regional representative for the Invisible Children non-profit organization, Stuy Lewis, will be introducing the film and also speaking […]

Sports

Soccer hopes for bid

The men’s soccer team underperformed this weekend as they faced two teams on the road. On Saturday, the Loggers played against the Willamette Bearcats for the second time this season. There, they once again proved their superiority with a 2-0 victory. Neither team was able to put up many shots, […]

CWLT presence remains strong
Features

CWLT presence remains strong

The Puget Sound Center for Writing, Learning and Teaching has been a great resource for students on campus for years. The Center for Writing, Learning and Teaching is a place for students of all levels, struggling or not. “Peers helping peers” is the idea behind the Center, and it is […]

ASUPS election stumbles
Highlights / News

ASUPS election stumbles

The Associated Students of the University of Puget Sound (ASUPS) had their annual fall senate elections this year and there are mixed feelings on campus about what exactly  happened. The polls opened Oct. 5 at 9:00 a.m. and closed Oct. 8 at 6:00 p.m. There were various factors that contributed […]