Cancer Patient Actually Has Hobbies Cancer Patient Actually Has Hobbies

Cancer Patient Actually Has Hobbies

This past Sunday, local researchers at the University of Tacoma made a breakthrough discovery: breast cancer survivor, Jan Ascott, has other attributes besides surviving cancer. “Since my diagnosis in ‘02, I’ve only been labeled a ‘cancer patient’ or, since my victory over [cancer] in ‘12, ‘cancer survivor,’” Ascott said. “But I do other things, too.” [...]

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New App Banishes VDay from Internet New App Banishes VDay from Internet

New App Banishes VDay from Internet

“Alone again on Valentine’s day lol nbd hate boiz,” reads a Facebook post on your newsfeed every year. You scroll past and see a photo of a girl and a bouquet of pink roses captioned “Love him more each day <3.” Some people love Valentine’s Day. They like the sentiment of the holiday and feel [...]

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Phone Sex Spices Up Relationships Phone Sex Spices Up Relationships

Phone Sex Spices Up Relationships

Phone sex: let’s talk about aural sex, baby. It can be awkward. It can be challenging. It can be creative. It can also be steamy in a way that in-person sex might not be. “I think of phone sex like eating a donut,” junior Kermit the Frog said. “I will never go out and get [...]

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Baseball team starts season in Portland and LA Baseball team starts season in Portland and LA

Baseball team starts season in Portland and LA

With the non-conference schedule coming to a close, the Loggers’ chemistry is coming together, and they are looking forward to continuing a solid season. The season is in full swing right now, playing back-to-back weekends in Los Angeles from Feb. 6-8 where they went 1-2 and in Portland on Feb. 13-14 where they went 1-3. [...]

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News

Debaters Qualify to National Tournament

University of Puget Sound’s Forensic Parliamentary Debate team has qualified for the National Parliamentary Tournament of Excellence (NPTE). This year’s tournament will be hosted at William Jewell College in Missouri from March 20-22. The Policy Debate team is in the process of qualifying for the National Debate Tournament (NDT) hosted at the University of Iowa [...]

Feb 20, 2015 7:00

Features

Destination Tacoma: Revisioned—An Urban Boutique

This column seeks to provide key spots on the map for those with adventurous spirits to get out of the school bubble and explore this amazing town we call home. Please direct all comments, complaints and suggestions/requests to trailfeatures@pugetsound.edu. Boutiques are great for finding tidbits from a variety of local artists but Naarah McDonald of [...]

Feb 20, 2015 7:00

Arts & Entertainment

“Celebrating Puget Sound Theater”: Continuing Exhibits

  It’s difficult to miss those detailed exhibits that are periodically changed in the library. The current exhibit, which has been up since February 8, is entitled “Celebrating Puget Sound Theatre.”  As the name suggests, this particular exhibit presents a glimpse into the process of and effort that goes into performance and production at the [...]

Feb 20, 2015 7:00

Opinions

Television geared for your interests

We know your Netflix queue is demanding, but these underappreciated series are worth your attention.  Here are a handful of shows that may cater to your major. 1. “Veep” Geared For: Politics and Government English “Women at a wedding are like ripe fruit ready to drop and I am a sex wasp.”  Amando Iannucci, writer [...]

Feb 20, 2015 12:13

Recent Articles

Cancer Patient Actually Has Hobbies

Cancer Patient Actually Has Hobbies

This past Sunday, local researchers at the University of Tacoma made a breakthrough discovery: breast cancer survivor, Jan Ascott, has other attributes besides surviving cancer. “Since my diagnosis in ‘02, I’ve only been labeled a ‘cancer patient’ or, since my victory over [cancer] in ‘12, ‘cancer survivor,’” Ascott said. “But I do other things, too.” [...]

New App Banishes VDay from Internet

New App Banishes VDay from Internet

“Alone again on Valentine’s day lol nbd hate boiz,” reads a Facebook post on your newsfeed every year. You scroll past and see a photo of a girl and a bouquet of pink roses captioned “Love him more each day <3.” Some people love Valentine’s Day. They like the sentiment of the holiday and feel [...]

Admissions Requests Prospie Instagrams

Campus admissions is slotted to join forces with the school’s social media department, and not just for marketing purposes. “Every year we strive to admit the best students to our school,” an admissions official said, “but the standards for what makes a good candidate for the University have changed. You can’t really gauge how well [...]

Sex Toys Satisfy Through the Ages

For many college students, the concept of sex toys is not a revolutionary one. While not necessarily a passtime that many flaunt, the use of sex toys—either for masturbatory purposes or for use with others—would not be considered unprecedented to many of us. When discussing sex toys, the main image that comes to mind for [...]

Phone Sex Spices Up Relationships

Phone Sex Spices Up Relationships

Phone sex: let’s talk about aural sex, baby. It can be awkward. It can be challenging. It can be creative. It can also be steamy in a way that in-person sex might not be. “I think of phone sex like eating a donut,” junior Kermit the Frog said. “I will never go out and get [...]

Blazer’s Damian Lilliard stays underrated

Continuing on the theme of sports teams here in the northwest, there has been a swarm of media attention around the National Basketball Association’s All-Star team selections. Damian Lillard of the Portland Trailblazers, former Rookie of the Year and two-time All-Star selection, is the focus of many arguments on the subject of who should be [...]

Ultimate frisbee gains popularity

  Ultimate Frisbee is a rapidly growing sport that combines elements of soccer, basketball and football and is represented by not one, but two teams here at Puget Sound. Ultimate Frisbee—commonly referred to as Ultimate—is a sport in which a Frisbee is moved around the field by passes thrown from player to player on a [...]

Softball starts new season with young team

  The University of Puget Sound’s softball team dropped both games in their doubleheader against Northwestern University on Feb. 14. Puget Sound lost the first game with a score of 8-1 and lost the second game with a score of 10-3. The team’s record changes to 0-6 after the weekend. Softball’s doubleheader against Northwestern University [...]

Women’s basketball dominates the northwest conference

The nationally ranked Puget Sound women’s basketball team (20-3 overall, 11-3 NWC) extended its winning streak to five games this weekend with two road wins, beating Linfield College 96-77 on Friday night and beating Lewis and Clark College 69-53 on Saturday night. The Loggers, ranked 22nd nationally (d3hoops.com), opened up the weekend with a historic [...]

Baseball team starts season in Portland and LA

Baseball team starts season in Portland and LA

With the non-conference schedule coming to a close, the Loggers’ chemistry is coming together, and they are looking forward to continuing a solid season. The season is in full swing right now, playing back-to-back weekends in Los Angeles from Feb. 6-8 where they went 1-2 and in Portland on Feb. 13-14 where they went 1-3. [...]