Archive for April, 2011

Kream of the KUPS crop part 3: The final DJ installment
A&E

Kream of the KUPS crop part 3: The final DJ installment

Thanks for tuning in for our final installment of this program. In case you haven’t been tunning in, I previously sat down with a group of ‘Alternative’ DJs to learn some of the ins and outs of their respective shows and their involvement with KUPS. This week I sat down […]

STF comes to a fantastic finale with Coronado
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STF comes to a fantastic finale with Coronado

On Thursday, April 21, the fourth Senior Theatre Festival (STF) play, Coronodo, had its final dress rehearsal before a packed audience of Puget Sound students.  As everyone squeezed onto the stage to watch a dramatic performance done in the round, excitement levels were at an all-time high. The room was […]

Student alumnus blogs life post-Puget Sound
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Student alumnus blogs life post-Puget Sound

By MEGAN MORRISON Puget Sound ‘08   On May 15, 2008, I donned a black graduate cap, joined my fellow graduating seniors in Baker Stadium and walked across the stage to receive my diploma from Ron Thom. As I descended the stage, my emotions surprised me. Instead of a sense […]

Why Troll 2 is the best horror film ever made
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Why Troll 2 is the best horror film ever made

“I want to write a movie review,” I say. My editor smiles. “Okay,” he says. “What movie?” Now this is the hard part. The thing is, I’m obsessed with Troll 2. I’ve watched the available clips of it on Hulu and YouTube so many times, I’ve lost count. I own […]

Standout Northwest hip-hop artists storm club Rendezvous
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Standout Northwest hip-hop artists storm club Rendezvous

Bass thumps, floors shake, a crowd roars  and students at the S.U.B. wonder what on earth is going on beneath them. The answer: Spaceman and Luck-One have arrived at Puget Sound. Last Saturday, ASUPS Northwestern Sounds booked the rappers for a free student show at Club Rendezvous next to the […]

News

SAC plans future priorities

After evaluating Puget Sound’s sustainability efforts in the past year, the Sustainability Advisory Committee (SAC) will be using the assessment to create short- and long-term priorities for university sustainability endeavors and goals, according to John Hickey, co-chair of the SAC. The SAC hopes to have the new Center for Health […]

Baseball sweeps Pacific to move in second place
Sports

Baseball sweeps Pacific to move in second place

In the first truly good weather weekend we’ve had so far this spring, the Logger baseball team didn’t disapoint a large gathering of ‘fair weather fans.” Displaying solid pitching and a flare for the dramatic, the team swept the Pacific Boxers to move into sole possession of first place in […]

University keeps academic honors too insular
Opinions

University keeps academic honors too insular

It behooves this university to advertise the academic success of its undergraduates to the whole student body. Yet, to its own detriment, this university keeps the honors of academic success insular, and in doing so misses out on a chance to create academic role models. This year, a number of […]

Sports

Track and Field season wraps up as Loggers compete at NWC meet

The Logger track teams travelled to McMinnville, Ore. last weekend for the Northwest Conference Track & Field finals. The women finished with 67 points, taking sixth place, while the men took seventh place with an 18 point finish, but several individual efforts put Loggers at or near the top in […]

News

Letter from the editor: The year in review

It’s finally here: the last Trail issue of the semester. Next week is reading period, the following week we are tested on what we learned during reading period and the week after that—who knows? Some of us will graduate. Some of us will watch our friends graduate. Some of us […]