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John Stevens reflects on his four years on the tennis team as a Suget Sound logger

This season many Puget Sound athletes will end their collegiate athlete careers as their time in college comes to a close. It is a time of reflection for many of these seniors as they look back on their years in the classroom and on the court. For senior John Stevens, (Portland, Ore.) this time is the end of a four years with the men’s tennis team. Stevens initially had no intention of playing tennis at the collegiate level. He finished high school ranked 5th in doubles in Oregon and led...
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Reviewing the Tacoma Opera, and a look at next season

The Tacoma Opera finished its 2013-14 season last weekend with great triumph. After a fantastic three shows this year—Pirates of Penzance, Barber of Seville and Madama Butterfly—the company is thrilled for next season, featuring The Magic Flute, The Mikado and Romeo et Juliette. This year Tacoma witnessed the amazing talents of the Tacoma Opera Company in three magnificent productions. Pirates of Penzance by Gilbert and Sullivan, the opera buffa (or comic opera), featured Eric Neuville as Frederic, Director of Vocal Studies at Puget Sound Dawn Padula as Ruth, Ryan Bede...
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Golf team continue success, taking first place

As the men’s golf team kicked off its season with high hopes and strong spirit, their tournaments have reflected their efforts and perseverance. After an impressive showing at the PLU invitational, the Loggers went spearheading for the following tournament, the Puget Sound Invitational. Wilson held a lead of one ahead in the first round with a score of two-over-par 73. Three players followed Wilson, including fellow Logger teammate Bean in second place. Only three strokes behind Bean was fellow teammate Howard who tied for ninth place with a score of...
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HRO Report Fall 2013

The following is the University of Puget Sound discriminatory harassment report from August, 2013 through December, 2013. This report is compiled by the Harassment Reporting Officers (listed below).  As part of an effort to cultivate a campus environment in which concerns, questions, and complaints are forwarded for resolution, the officers broadened the campus reporting practice in 2011 to include all inquiries or concerns raised in areas related to discriminatory harassment, not just those which resulted in official actions.  As a result, there is a significant increase in the number of...
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Women’s soccer team storming back to title position

The women’s soccer team is well on their way to a conference title after securing a win against George Fox University on Sunday Oct. 27. The Loggers pulled off a 2-1 victory and continued a winning streak of nine games. The first period of the game was a standoff, with neither team scoring. Puget Sound made nine shots during the first half but no attempts were successful. The Loggers had an early possession of the ball and made their first attempt for a shot within the 2nd minute of the...
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Beta Theta Pi chapter returns after 2 years

A new fraternity is coming to Puget Sound. Beta Theta Pi will be making its return in the fall of 2013 under the guidance of Tom Martin, Colony Development Coordinator. “Beta Theta Pi is a values based fraternity,” Tom Martin said. Its initial goals are to recruit fifty men of principle, find partner organizations on and off campus and provide a positive experience for the University. Beta will be moving into Unit G next academic year. Beta Theta Pi will be overseen by the InterFraternity Center (IFC), which is the...
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Discriminatory harassment report

The following is the University of Puget Sound discriminatory harassment report from August, 2012 through July, 2013. This report is compiled annually by the Harassment Reporting Officers (listed below).  As part of an effort to cultivate a campus environment in which concerns, questions, and complaints are forwarded for resolution, the officers broadened the campus reporting practice a year ago to include all inquiries or concerns raised in areas related to discriminatory harassment, not just those which resulted in official actions.  As a result, there is a significant increase in the...
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Backpacks of Hope gears up to serve

“I founded Backpacks of Hope last August (2012) because I wanted to help get Puget Sound students involved in fighting childhood hunger in Tacoma,” said President and Founder Jasmine Kaneshiro.  Backpacks of Hope is a volunteer program on campus that helps students get involved with feeding hungry kids in the Tacoma and Clover Park School District. Backpacks of Hope works directly with the Backpack program that is run through St. Leo’s Food Connection. Though they are separate, every student who volunteers for Backpacks of Hope will work for the Backpack...
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New housing policy unfairly hurts transfer students

Last year Puget Sound decided to alter their policy and require students to live on campus for their first two years at the university. With the addition of a large new residence hall, this was seen as a step toward furthering the on-campus community and a chance to bring in more revenue from room and board expenses.   Puget Sound is certainly not out of place with their requirements. Many comparable liberal arts colleges have policies ranging from one to four years of campus living. The policy went from two...
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Gillibrand’s new brand: a smart, progressive face

The recent surge of articles published on New York senator Kirsten Gillibrand could not have come at a more opportune time for our campus.  The majority of these articles, penned by writers from Salon, Politico and everywhere in between, focus on Gillibrand’s chances were she to run for office.  Given Hilary Clinton’s resignation as Secretary of State this year, it is anyone’s guess as to whether Hilary’s name will appear on the 2016 ticket.  During her 2012 interview with Barbara Walters for the annual “10 Most Fascinating People” special, our...
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