Archive for May, 2013

Ian Fox, ‘14, wins Collins Book Collecting Contest, will compete at national level
Features / Highlights

Ian Fox, ‘14, wins Collins Book Collecting Contest, will compete at national level

Many DC and Marvel enthusiasts collect comic books and paraphernalia, but Ian Fox takes his passion for one DC superhero a step further. Fox’s entry “Hunting the Dark Night: Books on the Batman” took home the $1,000 grand prize at the 2013 Collins Memorial Library Book Collecting Contest, an event […]

News

BHERT remains less than visible on campus

The Bias-Hate Educational Response Team, a subcommittee of the Faculty Diversity Committee and one of a number of the University’s initiatives to address issues regarding diversity, was formed so that a specific entity would be responsible for reviewing data on incidents of bias and hate, and subsequently promoting conversation among […]

George Steinmetz lecture delivers inspiration
A&E

George Steinmetz lecture delivers inspiration

On Tuesday, April 30, National Geographic photographer George Steinmetz gave a guest lecture on his life, his travels and his photography. The opening student speaker called Steinmetz “a pioneer, an inventor and an explorer” by way of introduction. Steinmetz began the lecture by talking about his inspiration for photographing the […]

Features

Students weigh in on a year of changes, and consider what is to come at Puget Sound

The 2012-2013 school year was filled with plenty of excitement and transformation. As Puget Sound’s 125th birthday fades into a history of accomplishments, I asked students what the biggest change at Puget Sound was for them. Most responses had to do with the new residency options that will soon become […]

News

Unpaid internships garner mixed reviews from Career and Employment Services

    M aking money and gaining valuable work experience are subjects often prodding the minds of college students.  As the class of 2013 graduates and leaves Puget Sound behind, many of them are entering the work force or further educational institutions with internship or job experience already under their […]

Opinions

US Border Patrol accused of illegal cross-border shooting

On Monday, May 6, a report titled “Over The Line” by investigative journalist John Carlos Frey was featured on the Washington Post. The report deals with the cases of United States border agents shooting into Mexico, killing and wounding innocent citizens. According to Democracy Now!, “A joint investigation by the […]

Garden Level moving forward
A&E / Highlights

Garden Level moving forward

During Garden Level’s last concert of the year, the audience was able to catch a glimpse of the sentimental bonds members of the group have formed throughout the year, as bittersweet goodbye speeches and orange roses were exchanged on the stage. Another unique feature of this year’s Garden Level is […]

Features

Healthy eating ideas from a fellow Logger

Loggers love to eat. For the first year or two of our lives in which our parents no longer put food on our plates, we students eat at the school cafeteria. It was a brave new world, the S.U.B.—six different kinds of sandwich meat, breakfast for dinner … the possibilities […]

Sports

Ultimate Frisbee team on the way to Nationals

By STEPHEN HAMWAY   Club sports face an uphill battle for attention from the Puget Sound community, often being overshadowed by larger, better funded programs. However, what Puget Sound’s ultimate Frisbee team has accomplished is simply too exciting to ignore. Puget Sound’s ultimate team will be traveling to Milwaukee, Wis. […]

A&E

Overlooking the Sound: “Capsule Gang Chill Hour”

This week: “Capsule Gang Chill Hour” with DJ Ugly Flax Butter, Thursdays from 9 to 10 p.m. For the last radio show review of the semester, I bring you a show by possibly one of the most recommended DJs on air this semester. Will Peil has two different shows and […]