Archive for September, 2013

NW Chocolate Festival gratifies
A&E

NW Chocolate Festival gratifies

By MEGAN EVANS If a convention center full of chocolate workshops and samples of gourmet chocolate and alcohol sounds like heaven, consider checking out the Northwest Chocolate Festival in Seattle. The annual convention just hosted their fifth consecutive year of exploring the intricacies of the chocolate world on Sept. 20-22.People […]

Women’s soccer down, but not out of running
Sports

Women’s soccer down, but not out of running

Puget Sound’s women’s soccer team continued their bid for a 12th consecutive conference title Saturday, Sept. 21 against Linfield. The Loggers went home empty-handed with a 1-0 loss away in McMinnville. The women’s soccer team had only ever lost twice to the undefeated Wildcats prior to this meeting. The Loggers […]

The Happy Trail

Another sexy year at Puget Sound

Puget Sound is a sexy, sexy place. In order to get in on the sexy action, there are a few basic concepts on which all students should have a firm grasp before embarking on their sexual conquests – consent, open communication, and diversity of sexual expression. Consent is rule number […]

A&E

Double Shot Show at the Broadway

By KATHRYN STUTZ Twenty-four hours to create, 70 minutes to perform: Tacoma’s own rapid theatre phenomenon, Double Shot, showcases the best local talent in two upcoming free performances. This year’s production of the annual event will also feature Puget Sound student Sophie Schwartz. The Double Shot show will be comprised of seven […]

Sports

Logger football’s losing streak comes to an end: Puget Sound football team beats Whittier College 42-33 Saturday

Loggers’ football brought home a win from California on Sept. 21 with a final score of 42-33 against Whittier. The win is their first of the season and marks the highly anticipated end to a losing streak that has been ongoing since 2011. This was also the first road victory […]

The Happy Trail

Title IX defends the rights of students nationwide: How the revolutionary legal resource is being used to protect student victims of sexual assault and harassment

Lately in the mainstream media, there has been a focus on the prevalent nature of sexual violence on college campuses across the country. Most recently, a lawsuit was brought against Occidental College for the school’s alleged mishandling of sexual assault accusations. Many similar lawsuits have been brought against other colleges […]

Opinions

Students should vote to label GMO foods

As we made our return to campus this fall, many of us may have noticed a group of people dressed to impress in the S.U.B. – as corn.  The human corn crop was composed of representatives from WashPIRG, (Washington Public Interest Group), a nonprofit organization that employs the assistance of […]

News / Uncategorized

Beta Theta Pi chapter returns after 2 years

A new fraternity is coming to Puget Sound. Beta Theta Pi will be making its return in the fall of 2013 under the guidance of Tom Martin, Colony Development Coordinator. “Beta Theta Pi is a values based fraternity,” Tom Martin said. Its initial goals are to recruit fifty men of […]

Features

Wash. Supreme Court visits Puget Sound

The Washington State Supreme Court visited campus on Sept. 18 and 19. This visit, sponsored by the School of Business and Leadership, included a discussion panel on legal issues and diversity, including hearings on three cases. The Court’s visit provided students in the Pre-Law Society with a unique opportunity to […]

Opinions

Domestic issues should be first priority for U.S.

Following the White House’s claims that on Aug. 21 that the Syrian government used chemical weapons to kill more than 1,400 civilians outside Damascus, the Obama administration has been making a hard push for military intervention in Syria. This approach has been met with widespread criticism both at home and […]