Archive for November, 2016

Sports

Swimming

The University of Puget Sound’ swim teams kicked off their first home meet with a win against Lewis and Clark College on Friday, Nov. 4. The swim teams continued their success with a win against Pacific University on Saturday, Nov. 5. The Logger men’s team beat Lewis and Clark College […]

Winter is Coming
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Winter is Coming

By Emily Harman The University of Puget Sound’s swim teams kicked off their first home meet with a win against Lewis and Clark College on Friday, Nov. 4. The swim teams continued their success with a win against Pacific University on Saturday, Nov. 5.  The Logger men’s team beat Lewis […]

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Volleyball Season Recap

By Gabi Marrese “Early on we identified a vision of what we wanted our team to look like: being a conference powerhouse, improving every day, and always giving a little extra whenever possible, be it energy, point scoring, or leadership. As such, our team culture was a definite strength for […]

The Happy Trail

PReP

By Emma Holmes While it’s easy to think of AIDS as a terror of the past, new cases are emerging to indicate a mutation of the virus that is not yet treatable. PEP and PrEP have been used for several years to allow partners of HIV-positive people to safely engage […]

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Major in African American Studies

By: Madeleine Scypinski For the first time since its introduction to the curriculum in 1995, African American Studies (AFAM) is now offered as a major at the University of Puget Sound. The history of the African American Studies discipline began much earlier. Black people in America fought for their right […]

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ASUPS Senate Re-Certifies All Fall Legislation

By: Nayra Halajian On Oct. 13, the Associated Students of the University of Puget Sound (ASUPS) had to reapprove all of the items they had already voted on in the Fall 2016 semester thus far. ASUPS Vice President Lydia Bauer said, “None of us realized that anything was off until Kathryn […]

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ASUPS DSI takes on cultural competency

By: Aneyceia Brim ASUPS is concerned with listening to the interests of students on campus. Peyton Anstine, Director of Student Interests (DSI) is a member of the ASUPS executive office. Historically, the DSI position was called Director of Sustainability and the position pertained to issues regarding sustainable practices on campus. Anstine’s […]

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After Homecoming game, Logger football looks at past, present, and future

By Emily Harman The Puget Sound football team had the crowd on their feet as they beat Lewis & Clark College  on Homecoming and Family weekend. Ending a three-game losing streak, the Loggers conquered the Pioneers 39-28. “It was really nice to be able to turn the tide at Homecoming […]

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Previewing the 2016-2017 NBA Season

By Will Keyse A new season of NBA basketball kicked off last week with the defending champion Cleveland Cavaliers receiving their championship rings before their game against the new-look New York Knicks. Cleveland looks to repeat their run to the NBA Finals, but will face heavy opposition from teams loaded up […]

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Men’s Soccer Team has Talent, but not Championship Drive

By Kevin White High expectations can be tough; just ask the men’s soccer team. Despite strong talent and hard work, it would still take a miracle for the team to capture a Northwest Conference title. Instead, the team will spend its final three games in a fight with Pacific University […]