Archive for February, 2013

Sports

Women’s softball swept on opening weekend of season

Women’s softball entered the 2013 season with high hopes and a brand new head coach, Kellyn Tate. Armed with four veteran seniors, the team also boasts a number of promising freshman players who are expected to make an impact on the Loggers’ future success. Following last year’s seventh-place finish in […]

Features

Career fair provides opportunities

Okay, seniors. The time is approaching when many of you will be released from the loving arms of Puget Sound and will enter the big wide world of the nine-to-five. Of course, Career and Employment Services tries to provide several resources to make this transition a little bit smoother, one […]

Sports

Rough first weekend for men’s tennis team

The 2013 men’s tennis seasoned opened one week ago today and although the Loggers had home court advantage they unfortunately were unable to hold off the Pacific Boxers with an 8-1 loss. Junior John Stevens (Portland, Ore) scored the Loggers (0-1, 0-1 NWC) only point during the number-six singles match. […]

News

University releases accreditation report

The University’s Accreditation Review Committee recently released a draft of the Year-Three Self-Evaluation Report, a necessary step in order to become accredited.  The University is in the third year of a seven-year process to become accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. Most institutions of higher education in […]

Band Sun Eater looks to expand presence in Tacoma
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Band Sun Eater looks to expand presence in Tacoma

Sun Eater, comprised of juniors Ben Block, Kirby Lochner and Daniel Salas, formed in a basement in the fall of 2011. Despite being just over a year old, the band has played at several venues in Tacoma, including the “Death” house at last year’s Alder Arts Walk. They have also […]

LA Band Local Natives’ new album effectively enchants listeners while showcasing talent
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LA Band Local Natives’ new album effectively enchants listeners while showcasing talent

Silver Lake, Los Angeles band Local Natives released a new 12-track album on Jan. 29, 2013 entitled Hummingbird. This album has been highly anticipated since the band’s live announcement of its production at Lollapalooza last August. This is the second full-length studio album by the Local Natives, previously known by […]

Features

Cosby entertains community

From the first moments of his performance on Feb. 10, it was already clear that Bill Cosby wasn’t here to offer us an ordinary comedic experience. His deadpan facial expressions and stilted timing, which defined his comedic style on television shows such as The Cosby Show and Kids Say the […]

Sports

Rocky week for baseball

Led by head coach Brian Billings, a former Puget Sound alumnus and baseball player with 10 years of coaching experience at Puget Sound under his belt, Logger baseball is looking to capitalize on the many talents of its dynamic mixture of veteran players and evolving young stars. Last season, the […]

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Black History Month: remembering who we have become

“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” While the Declaration of Independence was used as a document of protection against the perils […]

Basketball season culminates with thrilling overtime loss
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Basketball season culminates with thrilling overtime loss

This weekend was exciting for the Puget Sound men’s basketball team for many reasons. The team played their final games of the season at home, while celebrating Senior Day during the final game on Saturday. Fans packed Memorial Fieldhouse both Friday and Saturday night to support the Loggers as they […]