Archive for April, 2015

Explore all outdoor sports at Puget Sound Outdoors
Sports

Explore all outdoor sports at Puget Sound Outdoors

Puget Sound Outdoors at the University has only been in existence for 30 years, but the connections that have been made are for a lifetime. Their program offers a variety of choices, including the climbing wall (open to the students, staff, faculty and families at the University), access to the […]

Greek Community Hosts Philanthropy Events
News

Greek Community Hosts Philanthropy Events

Spring has sprung, and that also means it is time for Greek houses on campus to begin hosting their wide range of philanthropic events. On March 28, Alpha Phi was finally able to see their biggest event of the year come together: the Red Dress Gala. “Red Dress Gala is […]

Opinions

Don’t let the 90s way of life reemerge: culture needs to leave the last years of the 20th century in the past

The 90s are making a comeback. It’s undeniable. Countless trends, from television shows to clothing to music, are revived in today’s culture. Most of us students were too young to experience these trends initially—even the seniors this year were born in 1992 or 1993—but the latest fad is present nonetheless. […]

Congressman Kilmer Visits Puget Sound
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Congressman Kilmer Visits Puget Sound

Congressman Derek Kilmer visited Puget Sound on Thursday, April 2 to discuss legislation related to student loans and higher education. Kilmer had one-on-one visits with select students and faculty before engaging with students in a classroom setting. Kilmer’s visit began with senior Renee Meschi, Food Justice Programs Coordinator for Puget […]

Opinions

Bring back Midnight Breakfast!

It was one of our most anticipated and popular, indeed, one of our only, traditions that we have at our school: Midnight Breakfast. Until this year, on the last day of classes every semester, ASUPS would give out free breakfast food to students late at night while bands played, games […]

News

Sustainability Services Puts on Social Media Event

Sustainability Services is a student-led program that strives to reduce waste on campus with the mantra, “reduce, reuse, recycle.” These students stand by this mission by wheeling around on golf carts to the major waste removal sites and dealing with that waste daily. Most of their efforts do comprise recycling […]

Highlights / Opinions

Religious freedom law must be changed: law needs substantial rewrite to eliminate possibility of discrimination

Governor of Indiana Mike Pence recently signed a new religious freedom law that has stirred more controversy around the U.S. than most could have predicted. Opponents say the law would allow business owners in Indiana to turn customers away if the owners felt that the customers were violating their religious […]

Opinions

New watch is an example of Apple’s ingenuity

Apple’s most recent product is the iPhone-congruent smart watch with the charming moniker Apple Watch—it has not been dubbed the iWatch (with an emphatic not). The prefix has come to be adored and is known to have defined the digital era, the snappy and effective ‘i.’ According to the Daily […]

A&E

Interview Season: Dress to Impress

May is quickly approaching, and that means it’s job interview season. After submitting applications, perfecting resumes and fine-tuning cover letters, the interview is the place where you get to sell yourself and put a face to your c redentials. For seniors and underclassmen applying for summer internships, this process can […]

A&E

Definite(ish) Guide to Happy Hour Sushi

Sundays in Seattle offer free parking, hustle and bustle and most importantly, all-day happy hours at select restaurants. With discounted drinks, appetizers and entrees, Sundays in Seattle can be more than fun; they can be affordable. The following establishments have great happy hour deals on food and are open to […]