Archive for April, 2015

News

Telescope in Hawai’i Brings Controversy

Over Parents’ Weekend, the Lu’au wowed the students and their families with fascinating dance, food and traditions from the Hawai’ian culture. Meanwhile, as we were captivated watching hula dancers onstage, the land from which many of the dances  originated was facing deep turmoil.  Currently on the island of Hawai’i, colloquially  […]

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Senator’s Perspective

Reporter Paul Goudarzi-Fry sat down with senior Senator C.J. Quierolo to discuss activism, rhetoric and some of the issues at Puget Sound. The thoughts and opinions expressed in this interview are subjective observations and musings, and do not represent an official stance by Quierolo regarding their work in The Trail, […]

Debate Duo Places at National Tournament
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Debate Duo Places at National Tournament

This past month, a handful of Puget Sound students returned victorious from the National Debate Tournament (NDT) at the University of Iowa. Juniors Austin Brittenham and C.J. Queirolo this past year have advanced to be one of the top 32 collegiate debate teams in the country out of 118 teams […]

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Tacoma Rainiers to Host Game for Students, Staff

The Rainiers baseball team has partnered with University of Puget Sound to provide a night for Puget Sound affiliates. On April 21, University of Puget Sound students, faculty and alumni are encouraged to attend a Rainiers baseball game at 6:00 p.m. at Cheney Stadium in Tacoma. Tickets are $11.50 each, […]

Campus Community Discusses Diversity
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Campus Community Discusses Diversity

The United Diversity Summit is an annual event that sponsors inclusive collaboration amongst diversity-focused clubs on campus to strategize ways in which to reach their short- and long-term goals in the upcoming academic year. Tyson West and Layth Krueger moderated the event, focusing on identifying commonalities, picking a commonality and […]

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Students Rally to Take Back the Night

Last Wednesday, April 8, at 8:30 p.m., more than 60 students met in the Wyatt Atrium to participate in Puget Sound’s Take Back the Night Rally and Speak Out. Lindsey Conrad, the Sexuality Issues, Relationships and Gender Education (SIRGE) Coordinator of the Office of Intercultural Engagement, led this event. “Take […]

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Relay for Life to honor founder Gordy Klatt

Relay for Life is a community-based fundraising event run through the American Cancer Society where individuals organize into teams. It is an overnight walk where teams camp out on the track and members from those teams take turns walking throughout the night. This year it will be happening on May […]

Sports

Women’s Crew off to a great start

The women’s crew team opened their spring season by hosting the Daffodil Sprints and racing hard against DI, DII and other DIII schools on March 28 at American Lake. The Puget Sound women’s crew team held a strong presence in the race, but couldn’t capture a win against some of […]

Track and Field have successful weekend at home
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Track and Field have successful weekend at home

  The Logger men’s and women’s track and field teams both placed seventh out of 15 colleges in the JD Shotwell Invitational at Baker Stadium on Saturday April 4. On the track for the men, Joshua Seekatz (Philomath, Ore.) had the best individual performance, capturing a second-place finish in the […]

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Softball Struggles v. Linfeild

It was a beautiful weekend in Oregon as Junior Jaci Young (Aiea, Hawaii) made her 12th start of the season against conference foes Linfield. Young had a strong performance, but was unable to get the win. Puget Sound’s softball team lost both doubleheaders against Linfield and Willamette on April 3 […]