Archive for November, 2015

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The Diner’s Quest to Provide

By Nicholas Smit There’s a food fight on campus between the Diner staff and an onslaught of vegan, vegetarian and food-allergy students—and all sides are actually winning. On-campus students must buy a meal plan. Students then get a sizeable discount on food bought at Diversions, Oppenheimer, the Cellar, and the […]

DJ Feature:   Jack Williams
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DJ Feature: Jack Williams

Junior Jack Williams’ start at KUPS his first year was no accident. In fact, the campus radio station was one of the determining factors that landed Williams in Tacoma in the first place. “I know a lot of other colleges have a radio station, but KUPS is unique in that […]

Women’s soccer, Acorda-Fey finish unstoppable season
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Women’s soccer, Acorda-Fey finish unstoppable season

With a 2-0 win over Willamette on Nov. 8, Puget Sound women’s soccer clinched its 14th straight Northwest Conference (NWC) title and an undefeated season with a record of 16-0-4. With a stingy defense which allowed only three goals all year and an explosive offense that tallied 30 goals, the […]

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PSO wraps up fall semester

There is always something going on with Puget Sound Outdoors (PSO) on and off campus. November tends to be PSO’s time to wind down because it becomes harder to take out trips due to weather conditions. Chris Eichar, a senior from Hartford, Connecticut and one of the PSO coordinators, believes […]

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Sports Recaps

Football  Logger football will have a winning record for the season after grabbing its first victory since 1979 against Pacific Lutheran at Baker Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 31, winning the gritty game 6-2. Junior Hans Fortune (Kenmore, Washington) had the game-winning touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Fortune also has […]

Noun - Throw Your Body On the Gears and Stop the Machine With Your Blood
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Noun – Throw Your Body On the Gears and Stop the Machine With Your Blood

Frontwoman of New Jersey’s Screaming Females tried her hand at making some nostalgic 80s goth rock with this side project. Drum machines and squealing guitars take us through tracks full of high energy, dissonance and frenzy, while songs like “Dirty Mind” take us through the more chilling and slick side […]

Death & Color: Tacoma Art Museum’s 11th annual Dia de los Muertos  festival combines celebration and commemoration
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Death & Color: Tacoma Art Museum’s 11th annual Dia de los Muertos festival combines celebration and commemoration

The lobby entrance of the Tacoma Art Museum was bustling with life.  Animated children, their faces painted into colorful death masks, chattered and scampered, many of them fixed with fascination by their own additions to the scattered explosion of chalk art that created the day’s sidewalk scenery. Inside, the enticing […]

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The misconception of economic diversity at University of Puget Sound

By Nicholas Schmidt  “This place is expensive,” wrote one student anonymously, “and in my experience a lot of us are entitled brats (including myself), so people from the lower class probably will never think or want to come here.” As it turns out, the student population is not as rich […]

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Death of Diversity Narratives by Latinos Unidos

“This school is so white,” was my first thought coming to this school. But I won’t judge a person just because of their skin color and the stereotyped elitist status that comes with it. Yet I quickly began missing La Ciudad de Los Angeles where left and right was a […]

Social media: Not for societal discussion, but for expression of individuality
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Social media: Not for societal discussion, but for expression of individuality

By Jack Kelly  We’ve all heard the anecdotal criticism that socially active American millennials and Generation Z-ers are deactivating their social media accounts and opting for a lifestyle less affected by an online presence. While the decline of Twitter has been documented—perhaps most notably by The Atlantic in April of […]