Archive for April, 2012

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A fresher perspective on aging

So here it comes. So close, finally, to the end of my freshman year. It’s been a hell of a ride: I didn’t really party, I got pretty good grades, and I think I touched a girl’s butt once without her even noticing. I’m beginning to gain some different perspectives. […]

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Plagiarism rates reach epidemic levels as finals approach

Students may feel pressured to complete papers well and quickly, and with the accessibility of new technology (the internet) students can plagiarize by copying and pasting information from other sources. This is easily detected by teachers for several reasons. First, students’ choices of sources are frequently unoriginal; instructors may receive […]

Commencement Speech sneak-peek exclusive
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Commencement Speech sneak-peek exclusive

Below are excerpts from the speech to be given by the 2012 student Commencment speaker, James Godot. Be sure to catch all of it May 13 at Baker Memorial Stadium:   My fellow Loggers and families, Happy Commencement Day. It looks like the bad weather went away for the weekend […]

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One dank American Institution

Hey guys, it’s your favorite stoner, Pearl “Necklace” Knuckleson, wishing you a wickedly green 4/20, or as I like to call it, Stoner Ramadan. Ramadan. Ramamamamadan. Such a cool word. Where was I? Oh yeah, 4/20! Since the beginning of time, this holiday has been the source of much celebration. […]

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Shower Brown: Coming Fall 2012!

S h o w e r   B r o w n COMING IN FALL 2012! What is ShowerBrown? Modeled after PrintGreen, the Library’s most successful program since Citrix Xen App, ShowerBrown is an exciting new way to manage shower time and save money for Trustee Galas promote sustainability on […]

Notable performance for track and field
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Notable performance for track and field

This past week, the Loggers competed in the 26th Annual Shotwell Invitational, their last home meet of the season. The Loggers’ three wins of the day were made by senior Andrea Leiken (Portland, Ore.) and sophomore Alicia Burns (Spokane Valley, Wash.). Leiken won the 200-meter dash and the 400-meter dash, […]

Loggers shatter their frustrating losing stread
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Loggers shatter their frustrating losing stread

While it was a rough weekend for the Loggers’ softball team, they were finally able to snap the long losing streak that had been plaguing them for much of the season. After two losses to Linfield on Monday, Apr. 2 pushed the Loggers’ losing streak to a staggering 21 games, […]

Loggers defeat Lutes 7-2
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Loggers defeat Lutes 7-2

As their season winds down, the Logger women’s tennis team kept their winning streak going last weekend, emerging victorious from all three of their matches. The Loggers first traveled to Lakewood to take on rival Pacific Lutheran on Wednesday, Apr. 4. They had dominated the Lutes in their first encounter, […]

Crew cruises to first place in Vancouver regatta
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Crew cruises to first place in Vancouver regatta

In preparation for the NCRC Championships on April 21, the Puget Sound women’s varsity crew team continued their winning ways on Saturday, taking their original Division III heat over Mills and Lewis and Clark with a time of 07:09.9. The eight-person boat then fell at the hands of Division II […]

Comic: Coffee
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Comic: Coffee