Archive for November, 2015

Features

Minnesotans find community on campus

Lee Nelson knows from memory that Minnesota has 11,842 lakes. This passion for Minnesota makes him and Sophia Munic driven co-presidents of Minnesota club. Both first years and Minnesota natives, Munic and Nelson were disappointed to see that Minnesota club was not present at Log Jam this year. They took […]

Students question bereavement policy
Features

Students question bereavement policy

When everyone was preparing for finals last December, exams and essays were the least of one student’s worries when they received news that a loved one had passed away. Fortunately, the student was able to take a brief grieving period thanks to the school’s bereavement policy. Two year ago, Puget […]

Opinions

Social media should be used as a medium for social, political, and economic discussion

Social media is often synonymous with screen-obsessed millennials and Generation Z kids, so it may come as a surprise to most to see that so many are unplugging and deactivating from their online presence. Though Generation X and the baby boomer’s growing—yet delayed—presence on social media may explain the increased […]

Project PEACE comes to the University of Puget Sound
News

Project PEACE comes to the University of Puget Sound

The Tacoma Police Department and City Management have recently held five discussion events for community members in the city of Tacoma. Through a new Program called Project PEACE (Policing Equity and Community Empowerment), the Tacoma Police Department has made themselves accessible to diverse members of the community in order to […]

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News / Sports

Homecoming success for Puget Sound teams

  By Madeline Brooks Despite the pouring rain, visitors to Puget Sound were met with unprecedented triumph when the Loggers swept their homecoming events. On Saturday Oct. 31 Puget Sound hosted their annual homecoming, and alumni, parents and students were offered their pick of myriad activities. On the schedule were […]

Who feels at home at the University of Puget Sound?
Features / Highlights / News

Who feels at home at the University of Puget Sound?

  By Casey O’Brien and Allison Nasson By some counts, President Ronald Thomas referred to home 57 times in his commencement speech for the class of 2019. That rhetoric doesn’t always line up with many students’ realities on campus. “It seemed to be a very liberal, open-minded community on the […]