Archive for May, 2014

Sports

Golf teams say goodbye their seniors, look towards 2015

T he men’s and women’s golf teams wrapped up their seasons at the Northwest Conference Championships in Oregon the weekend of April 28. The men tied for second at the NWC championships, moving their conference standing to fourth. The women finished the season in ninth. It was a good weekend […]

Sports

Saying goodbye to six seniors who have all had strong careers for Puget Sound baseball

  The senior players of the baseball team have led their teammates to many victories this season, and they have dedicated four years of themselves and their lives to Puget Sound’s team and their teammates. Lucas Stone (Ashland, Ore.), Addison Melzer (Portland, Ore.), Tucker Barney (Boise, Idaho), Jarrod Beiser (Cupertino, […]

Sports

Softball will miss three key senior players

  The game on Sunday, April 13 was a momentous one for the softball team for many reasons: it was the last one of the season, it was seniors’ last game of their respective college careers and the team came out with a win. The season was a non-stop series […]

Baseball ends a strong season against Pacific
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Baseball ends a strong season against Pacific

  The 2014 Logger baseball team has made its mark in the history books this year after finishing their season on May 5 against Pacific University. As with every year, it has come time to say goodbye to the senior class of players that will graduate soon after the final […]

Features

Entrepreneur Column: Fabulous Free Fun

This weekly column is inspired by Tacoma Entrepreneur Network (TEN). TEN is an intercollegiate network of members in Tacoma designed to explore and build entrepreneurial careers, launched in 2011 by Professor Lynnette Claire. Entrepreneurship uses working knowledge from every background of study. For those who haven’t found their niche yet, […]

Dropping the “I” word when talking about immigration
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Dropping the “I” word when talking about immigration

What do you call people who are in this country without proper documentation? Border-hoppers? Illegal aliens? Just plain illegals? On Wednesday, April 30, at 5 p.m. in the University of Puget Sound’s Rausch Auditorium, Monica Novoa gave a lecture entitled “On Dropping the ‘I’ word, Language, Violence and Cultural Debate.” […]

Saving the Sound: finding ways to enjoy, protect the beach
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Saving the Sound: finding ways to enjoy, protect the beach

The ocean, with its seeming vastness and undiscovered depths, appears to us as an invincible force—it is unyielding and powerful, elegant and ferocious. Yet appearances are deceiving; as little as the individual human is, our collective desire for development and technological advancement has led us to overlook the well-being of […]

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Graduation weekend: be a Tacoma tourist

Commencement will be on May 18. The seniors only have a few weeks left here, and this is their last chance to visit places in Tacoma that they never got to see during their four years here. It is also a chance for their families coming into town to see […]

Ira Glass talks storytelling and “This American Life”
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Ira Glass talks storytelling and “This American Life”

On May 4, Ira Glass graced the Pantages stage at the Broadway Center. Glass hosts “This American Life,” a radio show and podcast that he created. Though his show did center around his radio show, the purpose was to demonstrate and explain not only how the show tells stories, but […]

Dining Services to undergo major changes to meet dietary needs
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Dining Services to undergo major changes to meet dietary needs

Dining Services will be altering the layout of stations catering to students with dietary restrictions throughout the rest of this year. The first change, according to Senior Dining Services Manager Chelsea Bairey, is to create a station specifically for students with food-borne allergies. “All menu items from this station will […]