Archive for October, 2013

Women’s volleyball off to hot start of season
Sports

Women’s volleyball off to hot start of season

  Women’s volleyball is four games into the Northwest Conference (NWC) season and has a 3-1 winning record. Expectations are high for women’s volleyball after their impressive 2012 season. The team had  a 22-6 record and advanced to the NCAA tournament. The Loggers are in a position to have another […]

Features

Fall career fair a success

The Career Fair, hosted by Career and Employment Services, took place on Thursday, Sept. 26. A hum of voices came from Marshall Hall, where men and women dressed in blouses and ties, high heels and polished shoes stood next to tables representing various companies and organizations. Nordstrom, Target, Coca-Cola, the […]

Combat Zone

Administration deters new students with awful weather

By EDDIE PISSREX   In an effort to raise University retention rates, the Puget Sound administration intentionally scheduled this year’s annual campus visit day during one of the worst storms Tacoma has ever seen. The directive came from the Campus Visit Program office (CVP) to hold the event this past […]

Combat Zone

FML: an interview

So there I was…a tipsy parental unit to the left of me, an unclean, French-toast uniformed line of boy-creatures to the right of me, a one Mr. Jamin G. Queue (he would have none of the new, first-name-basis poppycock) teaching Cotillion around me and a bet lost to another writer […]

Origins of Grizz T Logger
Combat Zone / Highlights

Origins of Grizz T Logger

Grizz T. Logger was not always a logger. Once, he was a happy tree-loving bear, living out his days in peace with his bear-girlfriend Liz, deep in the woods of Dosewallips State Park. Every day they ventured out of the forest, caught salmon from the river together, got rip-roaringly drunk […]