Archive for March, 2012

Dropping the ball
Sports

Dropping the ball

While most of the campus was enjoying spring break, the Loggers women’s softball team completed a rigorous road-trip. After being swept at home by conference rival George Fox in four games over the weekend of March 3-4, the Loggers wanted to gain momentum as they set out on the road. […]

Sports

Heartbreak over break

The Puget Sound women’s lacrosse team remained active during spring break, continuing their competitive season. It was a rough week for the team, which lost all of its games during the break, but it was apparent that the Loggers fought hard during each game. For their first match-up, the team […]

A&E

Bigger can be worse

The majority of American culture and society tells us one thing all the time.  Bigger is better.  Bigger cars, TVs, houses, and the list goes on and on. And one that is on that list, even though people don’t talk about it, is the penis. The more you think about […]

Sprinting to championships
Highlights / Sports

Sprinting to championships

As the Puget Sound outdoor track season sprints towards the Northwest Conference championships, several Loggers have already earned their place at the meet. Some of those athletes also have their sights set on a possible national qualifying time or score. Among them is sophomore decathlete and loggerathletics.com’s athlete of the […]

Existential threats and voter manipulation
Highlights / Opinions

Existential threats and voter manipulation

Imagine you’re told that there is an entity out there, something that not only threatens your comfort, freedoms and security, but also society at large. You, they say, must do your part—fight the good fight—or else say goodbye to all that you hold dear. How would you react to such […]

Combat Zone

The Passive-Aggresive Manifesto

A spectre is haunting America: the spectre of passive aggression. Passive aggression has been acknowledged by all the powers as a power and the hour is ripe for us to openly, in the face of the world, publish our views, our aims, and our tendencies—but only if you want to […]

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Brand spankin’ new Spring TV review

Suffering from TV fatigue? Have you watched so much Netflix that you’re beginning to see the red screen everywhere you go? Well, you’re S.O.L., because there’s a plethora of new programming to make sure that you won’t leave your house until the authorities have called off the search.   Sunday […]

Combat Zone

Tour guides 90% “full of crap”

Last Tuesday, the Independent Tour Guide Association of America posted its annual review of Puget Sound’s campus tour program. The findings have proven an embarrassment to the university. It seems that an incredible 90% of what tour guides tell prospective students and their families is, in fact, complete horsecrap. The […]

So, Umm: Gina, I just found this and I think I see you in the back left. It's really funny
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Puget Sound ranked among most awkward universities; Gina, will you go out with me?

A recent list released by the online news aggregator The Huffington Post ranked Puget Sound among the 46 most socially awkward college campuses in the nation. Hey, Gina, its Ford. We had lab together for the past two semesters. I sat on the opposite side… Anyway, I was wondering—I mean […]

Baby Got it Back: A comic
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Baby Got it Back: A comic