Archive for February, 2017

New Pinspiration Market Brings All Your DIY Dreams To Life
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New Pinspiration Market Brings All Your DIY Dreams To Life

By Anya Otterson Anyone and everyone who has ever scrolled through Pinterest and daydreamed about making the innovative projects that the site boasts will be excited about a new event taking place in Washington. If you’re looking for something awesome to do this weekend, look no further than the first-ever […]

Alumni Gather for Puget Sound’s Art Show
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Alumni Gather for Puget Sound’s Art Show

By Anya Otterson   Adding on to the  big year Kittredge Art Gallery has already had is What Happened Here: Puget Sound Alumni Show. This is yet another event during Kittredge’s 75th anniversary. The exhibition displays the art of past University of Puget Sound studio artists who were particularly outstanding […]

Clearcut's Sarah Davidson lays out for the disc
Sports

Puget Sound women’s ultimate team competing for nationals once again

By Zachary Fletcher To some people, ultimate frisbee is  a  sport synonymous with the liberal arts college lifestyle. It’s a game viewed as less demanding, less involved and less exciting than other sports.   Ultimate frisbee is often overlooked in the sports community and on campus. Those who think less […]

Sports

A Game for the Ages  

By Zachary Fletcher Think what you want about Tom Brady as a person. Think what you want about Tom Brady as a citizen. As a player, there’s just no need to think about it, however – Tom Brady is simply on another level. The Super Bowl on Feb. 5 was […]

Sports

Logger Women’s Tennis Starting Off Strong

By: Will Keyse The Puget Sound Women’s Tennis team visited the College of Idaho (Caldwell, Idaho) two weekends ago, and emerged with a pair of statement wins to start of their season. The Loggers took both games by a score of 6-3, and three singles players, first-year Lisa Owen (Honolulu, […]

Sports

Season Opener

By Gabi Marrese The Loggers baseball season started off in sunny California facing Pomona Pitzer in a three game series. “The first few games are a great way to see where we are at. A lot of new guys and experienced older players had the opportunity to test all the hard […]

Opinions

Dissent in the age of Trump

By Daryl Auguste Progressives must avoid being baited into isolation by an administration that uses civil unrest as political currency. The first two weeks of the Trump administration have been defined by an onslaught of increasingly disturbing developments. From his religiously discriminatory executive order banning travel from seven predominantly Muslim nations (with exceptions […]

Opinions

Artistic communities dwindle on campus

By Karlee Robinson How we can broaden the limited scope of creative opportunities However strong the visual arts and music departments are at Puget Sound, many students have difficulty finding artistic communities outside these structured departments. Photography is one of many examples of this, as our campus does not have […]

News

Swope lecture addresses LGBTQ+ activism, intersectionality

By Keely Coxwell   “I want to talk about intersectional activism in light of a disastrous opportunity that makes us rise up,”  Rev. Irene Monroe said in a Swope lecture on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017. Monroe is, among other things, an activist pastor, blogger for the Huffington Post, radio show […]

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“Brown Bag” Conversations on Campus Climate aim to increase open dialogue

By Val Bauer   The harassment reporting process was discussed at the third conversation in the Wednesday noontime campus series “Campus Climate Brown Bag Conversations.”   Grace Kirchner, Professor of Education, Harassment Reporting Officer (HRO) and Sexual Harassment Complaint Ombudsperson, led the Feb. 1 discussion in the Social Justice Center […]