Archive for April, 2012

A&E

Study of sexuality needed for sexuality

The worst part of declaring that my post-graduate future (which hangs ever so delicately in self-conscious limbo), which will revolve around human sexuality, is telling my parents. They keep asking how I will make money, tip-toeing to avoid the large elephant in the (very small) room—that their first born is […]

Rain shortens doubleheader against Bearcats
Highlights / Sports

Rain shortens doubleheader against Bearcats

After a delayed start, the Puget Sound women’s softball team fell 10-0 to the visiting Willamette Bearcats. The loss was their nineteenth straight defeat, with 13 of the losses coming from Northwest Conference play. The Loggers fell to a 2-21 record while the Bearcats, currently ranked third in the NWC, […]

Features

Crafty Connie’s helpful hints for do-it-yourself plumbing

Plumbing problems are all too common in the domestic world. Today, our distinguished guest plumber Randy P. Ipelayer will offer up convenient DIY solutions to your flow-related problems. Domestic Dilemma #1: Hey Randy, the drain in my shower keeps backing up. Now I just take really shallow baths. Help! That […]

Staceyann Chin inspires Puget Sound students
A&E / Features

Staceyann Chin inspires Puget Sound students

Wednesday, March 28, a woman walked casually into the audience of Schneebeck Concert hall fresh off the airplane and carrying an infant in her arms.  Staceyann Chin had indeed arrived. Chin hails from Jamaica and is an activist, writer and a perpetual performance artist. She is often known for her […]

A new Holocaust film through a realistic lens
A&E

A new Holocaust film through a realistic lens

It is the curse of films dealing with the Holocaust to be bound not only by the score of films that also deal with the Holocaust, but also by our culture’s conceptions of and expectations for the treatment of the subject matter. I would be remiss without invoking Schindler’s List, […]

Weekend matches prove to be a turning point
Sports

Weekend matches prove to be a turning point

The past weekend was a generally positive one for the UPS tennis team, as the men’s team won their first match of the year, while women’s tennis won all three of their matches. On Friday, March 30, the Loggers men’s team played host to rival Pacific Lutheran. Unfortunately, the Loggers […]