Archive for October, 2011

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Blogger, artist, musician: Scott Hansen’s Tycho LP stays consistent with themes of nostalgia

On Oct. 4, 2011, Sacramento native Scott Hansen released his second Tycho LP, “Dive.” Now 36 years old, Hansen has worked primarily as an independent graphic designer who runs a blog called ISO50, and since 2004 has occasionally released and performed music as Tycho. Those who followed Barack Obama’s 2008 […]

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Puget Sound theater reinvents ‘As You Like It’

After a five-year absence, the Bard once again graces the Puget Sound stage. William Shakespeare’s romantic comedy “As You Like It” arrives on campus Oct. 28, 29, Nov. 2 and 4 at 7:30 p.m., Nov. 3 at 4 p.m., and Nov. 5 at 2 and 7:30 p.m. in the Norton […]

St. Vincent dazzles Seattle
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St. Vincent dazzles Seattle

On Oct. 13, Annie Clark, better known as St. Vincent, continued her “Strange Mercy Tour” at the Neptune Theatre in Seattle. The Neptune was an excellent choice for an intimate concert experience. The shallow stage, brick walls, and stained glass windows of the Neptune accented the lovely vibe the St. […]

Brain-boosting food can help with studying
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Brain-boosting food can help with studying

We made it through the first wave of testing for the year and round two is just around the corner! Caffeine was probably your go-to study buddy to give you that extra ounce of energy at 3 a.m. as you finished writing your final CSOC paper or lab report. But, […]

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James Blake has had ‘Enough Thunder’: more words, less womp

On his latest EP, “Enough Thunder,” James Blake steps further away from dubstep’s seemingly quintessential sound, the “womp.” Blake brings complexity to a genre whose creativity seems to be diminishing by the second. His specialty has always been minimalistic bass lines and delicately crafted beats, and he pushes the definition […]

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‘Minecraft’ set for official re-release

At a convention in Las Vegas on Nov. 18 or 19, a Swedish game developer will announce the “release” of a game that has already sold nearly 4 million copies, earned a “big pile of awards” (developer’s words) and assembled a devout fanbase as dedicated to the game’s growth as […]

Sports

Loggers step back onto the court

Last year in a post-season heartbreaker, the Loggers ended their basketball season in the semi-final round of the conference playoffs. With all players returning, the women’s team is ready for their next shot at the title and the playoffs. “We didn’t lose any seniors…but we have different (but still positive) […]

Sports

Loggers pick up the pace in the home stretch

The Loggers completed their series of home games over Fall Break on Saturday, Oct. 15 and Sunday, Oct. 16.  Sadly, the Logger’s dropped both matches, losing to Whitman and Whitworth respectively. According to Logger Athletics, Whitman drew first and last in the game out scoring the Loggers 2-1. The only […]

Sports

Support does not wane after loss

On Wednesday, Oct. 19 and Friday Oct. 21, Puget Sound fans filled Memorial Fieldhouse to support the Puget Sound volleyball team during their last week of home games. Wednesday night the volleyball team faced off against cross-town rivals Pacific Lutheran, and on Friday for senior night they played against Pacific […]

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Women’s Soccer tied with Linfield in NWC standings

The women’s soccer team fought a defensive battle against Linfield and came out on top with a 1-0 lead on Saturday, Oct, 22.  There were only seven shots taken between the two teams, but senior Abby Goss (Spokane, Wash.) managed to find an opportunity during the 75th minute and score […]