Archive for April, 2013

News

Security responds to robbery attempt

An attempted robbery of a student occurred off-campus around 2 a.m. Friday, April 12. The student reported the incident to Security Services soon afterward, and Director of Security Services Todd Badham sent a security alert to the campus community later that morning. The incident occurred near North 9th and Pine […]

Justin Vernon returns to music scene with new blues and rock band, The Shouting Matches
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Justin Vernon returns to music scene with new blues and rock band, The Shouting Matches

Formed by Bon Iver frontman Justin Vernon, The Shouting Matches splash boldly onto the music scene with their new release Grownass Man. This band is born out of Vernon’s hometown Eau Claire, Wisc., as an outlet for Vernon’s sudden excess cash and desire to help out some friends, boost their […]

Guitarist Phil Madeira visits Puget Sound
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Guitarist Phil Madeira visits Puget Sound

Phil Madeira recently came to the University of Puget Sound to perform a short set of acoustic music in the Wheelock Student Center Rasmussen Rotunda, as well as to work with some student musicians on campus. The event was put on by Puget Sound’s Office of Spirituality, Service, and Social […]

Campus celebrates international education with panel, film
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Campus celebrates international education with panel, film

The campus community bore witness to Puget Sound’s International Education Week from April 15-19, in which the Office of International Programs offered opportunities for Puget Sound’s international and internationally minded students to learn more about the department,  located in Howarth 215. The University’s International Education Week is hosted annually about […]

National Geographic photographer George Steinmetz to share unique, aerial photos
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National Geographic photographer George Steinmetz to share unique, aerial photos

On a typical workday, George Steinmetz rises before the sun. He ventures outside to greet the most desolate and vast places of the world and then he flies. He soars at 30 miles per hour in the open air above windswept dunes and stony vistas for up to three hours, […]

One [of a Kind] closes in on goal
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One [of a Kind] closes in on goal

As Puget Sound’s One [of a Kind] Campaign continues to garner increased support, The Trail is delighted to share with you an update on the campaign’s progress and successes. Started in 2011, the One [of a Kind] four-year campaign goal was to expand resources for students as they begin, carry […]

Softball finishes season with losses to Pacific
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Softball finishes season with losses to Pacific

As the season came to an end for the Puget Sound women’s softball team last Tuesday, April 16, it was extremely clear that they left everything on the field as they played. It was not the best season for the Loggers as they were 2-37 all season, but they played […]

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“Overlooking the Sound” reviews KUPS as a whole

In response to a Hey You! saying that KUPS is not accessible­—meaning too avant-garde to even listen to—this week’s review is a little different. Instead of focusing on one show that has been recommended to me by listeners and visiting the station while it airs, this week’s review focuses on […]

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English Department open mic event amuses and inspires

“We turn to literature to deal with many things,” Professor Martha Webber said as she opened the English Coffeehouse Open Mic Night on April 17. The English department puts on an open mic event once a semester, allowing students and professors alike to gather and share their work. About 20 […]

Robinson, Aguiar stellar again as Loggers win
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Robinson, Aguiar stellar again as Loggers win

This past weekend, the air rang heavy with the sound of cheers, as the Logger baseball team played hose to Pacific Univeristy. The first of the two days ended with a twinbill sweep of Pacific (12-21, 2-11 NWC) while Sunday April 21 ended with a loss. However, Sunday’s loss cannot […]