Archive for October, 2011

Combat Zone

Zom Thom’s awesome tips for a tastier Halloween

Dear Puget Sound Students, Halloween is almost here once more, and with it comes opportunities for fun and temptations that must be avoided.  As the zombie President of this fine university, I have fleshed out a sapid list of delectable tips that might satiate your hunger for Halloween advice. We […]

‘Vagina Monologues’ reacts to Kilworth relocation
Features

‘Vagina Monologues’ reacts to Kilworth relocation

This spring, on the weekend before Valentine’s Day, The School of Music Opera Theatre will perform Gilbert and Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance” in Schneebeck Concert Hall. However, the timing and location of this production has recently caused some controversy due to the fact that in previous years Eve Ensler’s […]

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Weyerhauser Hall dedication ceremony scheduled today

Today, Friday, Oct. 28 from 5 to 7 p.m., the University will be officially dedicating the newest academic building on campus with the Grand Opening and Dedication of Weyerhaeuser Hall.  The whole of the campus community is encouraged to come join faculty, staff and students at the ceremony, and tours […]

Allergic students struggle with limited S.U.B options
Opinions

Allergic students struggle with limited S.U.B options

In the midst of debates over politics, the economy and the meaning of life, the one thing I think we can all agree on is that food remains of utmost importance. With that said, it is incredibly frustrating for someone with dietary restrictions to go to the S.U.B. and be […]

Opinions

Technology imposes social isolation

In 1960s America, social interaction was an art form, a discipline nurtured during one’s prepubescent years through to the end of adolescence. These formative years focused on equipping people with the necessary social skills that would allow them to survive and thrive as human beings and as members of society. […]

Satanic rituals in the library a cause for concern
Combat Zone

Satanic rituals in the library a cause for concern

Puzzled by the decision to close the library a full two hours earlier than in previous years, as well as unyielding resistance from the administration to allow a return to normal operating hours, our intrepid reporter, Ford Dent, went undercover to expose what exactly goes on inside the library after […]

Opinions

Medical marijuana users deserve equal rights under firearm laws

It has always been illegal for one to possess a gun if they are abusive or addicted to marijuana or other controlled substances. However, are patients with medical marijuana cards considered “abusive users” or “addicts?” The Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF’s) policy argues that if one […]

Where’s the room for compromise?
Highlights / News

Where’s the room for compromise?

The Underground Christian Fellowship (UCF) is taking steps to be reinstated as an official campus organization after being placed on suspension last spring by the University’s Integrity Code Board (ICB). Before the suspension, the group was known as the University of Puget Sound Christian Fellowship (UPSCF) and functioned as a […]

Combat Zone

Student’s agree: serial killer Ted Bundy’s ghost is “super friendly”

Halloween is right around the corner and the entire campus is talking about the same thing: the newfound celebrity of Ted Bundy’s ghost. Since his first appearance in the Schiff basement a few weeks ago, he has earned the nickname “Teddy the Friendly Ghost.” “I know he killed a lot […]

A&E

Scary movie marathon must-haves

It’s that time of year again! Crunchy piles of leaves speckle the ground, jack-o-lanterns leer menacingly out of windows, and college students everywhere are gorging themselves on candy corn. Then there’s the absolute best part of October: Halloween. An excuse to feast on sugar and dress like a prostitute, Halloweekend […]