Archive for October, 2013

Opinions

Immigration reform

As college students, we may have an ethical argument or a logical argument about comprehensive immigration reform. But what some do not realize is that it also makes a huge impact on college students as well. Foreign students have been coming to America to study for years. They know that […]

Combat Zone

Tonald Rhombus to inherit Nosferatu’s remains

By VERNICIOUS KNID I pleaded, I begged, I even tried to board a plane to Canada; however, Stone Cold Steve Awesome has a cousin who works for the TSA and Mr. Buttfist was flying the plane so that went a fat lot of nowhere. And then when I got home […]

Opinions

Obamacare provides undeniable benefits: Republican opposition to Affordable Care Act borders on absurd

Conservatives have been making ridiculous comparisons between the Affordable Care Act and the Fugitive Slave Act of 1793. The Affordable Care Act has been a large source of controversy ever since its inception. Republican lawmakers have made it clear that they do not at all approve of the act, even […]

Hilltop’s hidden treasures to taste and discover
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Hilltop’s hidden treasures to taste and discover

By KATHRYN STUTZ   The Hilltop has always been a place with a history, but only fairly recently has that history felt safe. During the 80s, the Hilltop was the center of gang and drug-related violence in Tacoma, but since a conscious effort was made by the city government and […]

The Happy Trail

Unusual orgasms

When most people think of orgasms, what the French call le petit mort, they usually center on an idea of something that happens when at least one person reaches sexual climax in the context of arousal. For men this culminates in ejaculation; for women it’s an intense stimulation from within […]

The Happy Trail

Building a consent culture: Why bodily autonomy is not confined to the bedroom

This summer I made dozens of new friends, travelled across the Pacific Northwest and was introduced to lifestyles that I had never even considered. But one of the biggest ideas that I was introduced to this summer was that of a consent culture. A consent culture is one in which […]

Sports

Women’s soccer team gaining momentum

  Saturday’s matchup against Whitman proved to be a defensive struggle, but thanks to Robin Vieira’s goal in the 55th minute, Puget Sound came out on top 1-0 on Peyton Field on Oct. 6. The Loggers improved to (4-2-2, 2-1-2 NWC) which moved them up to sixth place in conference […]

Sports

Puget Sound volleyball “killin’ it” in NWC play

The Logger volleyball team faced off against the Whitworth Pirates on Oct. 4 in a tough five-set match in Spokane.  The Loggers ultimately defeated the Pirates in five sets. With this win, the Loggers hold four wins and one loss in the Northwest Conference (NWC) and nine wins and five […]

Men’s soccer: the wins just keep on coming
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Men’s soccer: the wins just keep on coming

The men’s soccer team is about halfway through their season with a track record of 7-3; 5-0 in NCAA’s Division III Northwest Conference.   Their longest win streak is six games in a row, most of which happened on the home field. Fresh from their 3-1 win against Linfield College, […]

Sports

Lacrosse continues to animate the West Coast, A look into the University of Puget Sound’s women’s lacrosse team

Lacrosse season may be four months away but that has not kept the women off the turf. With 13 new recruits on the team, the Loggers are looking forward to a promising season and are hard at work in preparation. The 2014 season has a roster of 25 girls with […]