Archive for February, 2011

“Marked” offers elastic abstraction, mind-tripping images
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“Marked” offers elastic abstraction, mind-tripping images

In gallery information released concurrently with Kittredge Gallery’s most recent exhibition, “Marked”, curator and professor Elise Richman wrote: “Painting makes invisible thought visible. In painting, what you see is what you see and what it resembles.” The work of each of the three exhibited artists, Susan Dory, Michelle Grabner and […]

Features

Focus the Nation conference coming to campus

[ONLINE EXCLUSIVE] Puget Sound students may feel there is little they can do to affect change when it comes to the environment. The Feb. 26 clean energy conference, taking place on campus, aims to convince them otherwise. The Focus the Nation Clean Energy Forum will bring career ideas, local sustainability […]

Trip to Bountiful rides on smooth terrain
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Trip to Bountiful rides on smooth terrain

A story about “connection,” says Director Geoff Proehl—as well as the fleetingness of time, the desires of the heart and the significance of the past—The Trip to Bountiful is sure to be a unique experience. The Trip to Bountiful, originally written by Academy Award winning writer Horton Foote, will open […]

Tacoma Art Museum part of MUSE membership program
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Tacoma Art Museum part of MUSE membership program

We are broke.  It is a sad truth, but as college students we are often hard pressed to find things to do that we can afford.  Luckily for us, the Tacoma Art Museum has found a way to open up its doors to our empty wallets. The TAM is part […]

News

ASUPS against coal

In less than a week, the ASUPS Senate not only overruled a presidential veto, held an emergency meeting, broke their own procedural rules, and passed a resolution supporting a controversial bill in the state legislature seeking to close Washington state’s only coal-fired power plant, but it emerged feeling accomplished and […]

Sports

Men’s basketball ends season on high note, looks ahead to future

The 2010-2011 men’s basketball season came to an end this past weekend on the road with the Loggers going 1-1 in their two-game set with Lewis and Clark and George Fox. Puget Sound dropped a heart-breaker to the Pioneers of Lewis and Clark on Friday in overtime, but rebounded on […]

Opinions

Off-campus housing remains best option

The question in everyone’s mind recently has been “where the hell am I going to live next year?” A few students offered a little guidance on the matter. The three major options are living on campus in a dorm, on campus in a house, or braving the not-so-dangerous waters to […]

2011 Oscar Predictions
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2011 Oscar Predictions

The red carpet rolls out this coming Sunday for the 83rd Annual Academy Awards, but if you can’t make it to Hollywood, never fear–Tacoma offers its own Oscar excitement. Non-profit indie cinema house The Grand is hosting its seventh annual Academy Awards fundraising event this Sunday evening at a new […]

Seeing Spain: To Cordoba!
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Seeing Spain: To Cordoba!

Cordoba, Spain — Study abroad tip number two: travel like a crazy person when you’re abroad because it is much easier and much cheaper to do than when you are in the states. I can’t speak for all of the programs Puget Sound has to offer, but the ILACA Spain […]

Women’s tennis picks up two early season victories
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Women’s tennis picks up two early season victories

For the past few seasons, Logger tennis has struggled to gain its footing on the court.  However, this season looks to be different. Over the past weekend, the women’s tennis team earned a victory against George Fox 7-2 and squeaked past Pacific with a 5-4 win.  Although their first two […]