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Covert Cameras: Privacy in Question Following Recent Incidents

  By Keely Coxwell “I went into the restroom before my first patient in onsite clinic and saw large shoes, that resembled a male shoe style, under the stall farthest from the door,” Kendra Guest, a second year physical therapy student said. The incident occured on February 22. “This caught […]

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A president or a business tycoon?

By Karlee Robinson Donald Trump’s first year as the President of the United States also happens to be his first year in politics. And we can tell. From his selection of the wealthiest-ever cabinet in U.S. history to his threatening to sue a number of critics throughout his campaign, Trump’s […]

Combat Zone ILLUSTRATION BY: PAGLIACCIO: John Paster Lutheran genuflects in
honor of Grizz revealing his true identity as he sheds his dirty rags.

Tittle-Tattle of the Wood

By Pagliaccio — In this new gossip column, we will spill all of the hot tea from the past weekend. We want students to become more acquainted with what is going on outside of their small circle of friends. — Begynneth Here A Tale Sure To Ring True To all […]

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Women’s basketball’s historic season comes to a close

By Gabi Marrese The Loggers women’s basketball team had a record breaking season. They finished with an overall record of 26-3, which broke the record for most wins in a single season for the team. This also set the best overall record in program history. “I’m so impressed with all […]

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Women’s basketball’s historic season comes to a close

By Gabi Marrese The Loggers women’s basketball team had a record breaking season. They finished with an overall record of 26-3, which broke the record for most wins in a single season for the team. This also set the best overall record in program history. “I’m so impressed with all […]

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Schuster having strong season for women’s lacrosse

By Tayla MacPherson The University of Puget Sound women’s lacrosse team has started their season with a bang. The women’s lacrosse team won their first game March 5 against Linfield College (Oregon) 11–9 and one specific lady Logger stood out: Haley Schuster. Haley Schuster is a senior from Arvada, Colorado. […]

Covert Cameras: Privacy in Question Following Recent Incidents
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Covert Cameras: Privacy in Question Following Recent Incidents

  By Keely Coxwell “I went into the restroom before my first patient in onsite clinic and saw large shoes, that resembled a male shoe style, under the stall farthest from the door,” Kendra Guest, a second year physical therapy student said. The incident occured on February 22. “This caught […]

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Diversity Strategic Plan update outlines goals, shows committment long-term

By Mattew Gulick Liberal Arts schools like Puget Sound place high value on diversity and the connections a diverse campus fosters for faculty and students. On Feb. 14, Chief Diversity Officerand Dean of Diversity and Inclusion Michael Benitez sent out a campus wide update on the Diversity Strategic Plan (DSP). […]

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DREAMer continues to be detained in Tacoma, government launches public smear campaign

By Nayra Halajia On Feb. 10, 23-year-old Daniel Medina Ramirez was arrested in Des Moines, Washington by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency. He is currently being held in Tacoma’s Northwest Detention Center. Ramirez was brought to the United States from Mexico when he was seven years old and […]

ILLUSTRATION BY: PAGLIACCIO: John Paster Lutheran genuflects in
honor of Grizz revealing his true identity as he sheds his dirty rags.
Combat Zone

Tittle-Tattle of the Wood

By Pagliaccio — In this new gossip column, we will spill all of the hot tea from the past weekend. We want students to become more acquainted with what is going on outside of their small circle of friends. — Begynneth Here A Tale Sure To Ring True To all […]

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Psychological Association adds “Default” personality to Myers Briggs test

By Anna Graham The Myers-Briggs personality test is one of the most common psychological tools meant to classify people according to personality type. A Myers-Briggs classification includes four categories: introversion versus extroversion, intuition versus sensing, thinking versus feeling, and judging versus perceiving. Each category is represented by a letter, resulting […]

Banned Book Club uses challenged books to gain new perspectives
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Banned Book Club uses challenged books to gain new perspectives

By Anya Otterson Tucked away in the back of Doyle’s Public House in downtown Tacoma is a small room where you can hear catchy music wafying from the front of the pub. In this room, King’s Books’ Banned Book Club meets every third Tuesday of the month to discuss boks […]

Photographer’s relief at University of Puget Sound
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Photographer’s relief at University of Puget Sound

By Connor May As a liberal arts college, the University of Puget Sound lacks in its provision of any photography courses or outlet for photographers. But fear not, all of you photo fanatics out there; your prayers have been answered! Photographers of Puget Sound is a brand-new club on campus […]

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Impress in Book Collecting Contest 2017

By Courtney Seyl Every two years, Collins Memorial Library holds the Book Collecting Contest, a nationwide event that many private and public universities partake in. The Book Club of Washington provides the funds for two prizes: a $500 prize for a single collector and a $250 prize for best essay. […]