Archive for February, 2014

News

KUPS event “Cheap Date” ends prematurely

On Valentine’s Day the well-attended KUPS dance party at the Grit City Grindhouse was brought to a close when paramedics were called in to assist an intoxicated student. Before its conclusion, however, all parties involved referred to the party as a huge success. “I’d say that it was overall a […]

Combat Zone

Top three cutest ways to reinforce the patriarchy

While we all know the patriarchy is an oppressive, evil system that everyone has been brainwashed into supporting without realizing it, rarely do we realize how cute we are while promoting it’s terrible values. Even if you are not cute while marginalizing entire races and cultures, I bet you want […]

Logger baseball ready and eager to show talents
Sports

Logger baseball ready and eager to show talents

With the start of the spring season comes the start of new sports. This upcoming spring season is finally the chance for the Logger baseball team to show off all their hard work and effort they put in during their preseason. The team started their first games last week in […]

Women’s basketball ends season with big win against Pacific, but a tragic loss to George Fox
Sports

Women’s basketball ends season with big win against Pacific, but a tragic loss to George Fox

Winding down the arduous six month season, the Loggers faced two challenging games this past weekend: the George Fox Bruins (ranked second in the conference) and the Pacific University Boxers. Prior to the Bruin-Logger dual Friday night Taylor Jones stated that she was excited for her team. “We have not […]

Opinions

Puget Sound joins American Honors Program: promising future for accessibility to education

The University of Puget Sound has just become part of the American Honors Program. This program offers highly motivated and intelligent community college students the support and resources they will need to get into their dream college after two years. According to the website, americanhonors.org, the program’s curriculum “is designed […]

Features

Elder Scrolls Online threatens WoW

However briefly, video game series newcomers and veterans alike enjoyed and explored the lush, fantastic realms of the Elder Scrolls universe, made famous by franchise hits like “Morrowind,” “Oblivion” and “Skyrim.” Since the beta ended the weekend just before Valentine’s Day, perhaps this was Bethesda’s way of saying to its […]

Features

Cherry blossom trees: remembering the past

Most students have noticed the signs in front of the cherry trees that line the walk to Wheelock Student Center, but not everyone knows why they are there. As Puget Sound student Zeb Howell put it, “nobody knows what the names are for unless they know what they are for.” […]

Spicing it up: students living on campus maximize their resources to create delicious culinary masterpieces
Features

Spicing it up: students living on campus maximize their resources to create delicious culinary masterpieces

The Diner, colloquially referred to as the S.U.B., has a commitment to bringing students high-quality food, a great customer experience and the use of only the best local products. Most students would agree with these goals; however, students every once in a while desire more personalized food options catered to […]

Uncategorized

HRO Report Fall 2013

The following is the University of Puget Sound discriminatory harassment report from August, 2013 through December, 2013. This report is compiled by the Harassment Reporting Officers (listed below).  As part of an effort to cultivate a campus environment in which concerns, questions, and complaints are forwarded for resolution, the officers […]

Combat Zone

Hashtag revolution

Lemmings, lemmings, lemmings. We have quite a predicament on our hands, and y’alls have been making shit worse for long enough. Let’s talk about hashtags. Once upon a time, these small, free-spirited epiphenomz frolicked upon the bonny banks of octothorpe-land and took bubble baths in the backwaters of linguistic cognizance […]