Women’s soccer team continues winning streak Women’s soccer team continues winning streak

Women’s soccer team continues winning streak

The women’s soccer team continued their winning streak this week with three consecutive conference victories. The team faced the Whitworth Pirates at Puget Sound on Oct. 18. After losing to the Pirates 1-0 just two weeks prior, the Loggers started off the game strong, determined to seek their revenge. Junior Amalia Acorda-Fey (Seattle, Wash.) scored [...]

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Tennessee band Apache Relay brings Americana to Washington Tennessee band Apache Relay brings Americana to Washington

Tennessee band Apache Relay brings Americana to Washington

  If you haven’t already heard, Tennessee has a new queen, and her name is Katie. At least, that’s what The Apache Relay sings in the title song off their newest album Katie Queen of Tennessee, which debuted April 22 of this year. And that’s only one of the great songs they’ll perform during their [...]

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Peer allies provide support for victims of sexual assault Peer allies provide support for victims of sexual assault

Peer allies provide support for victims of sexual assault

Trigger warning: Rape, sexual assault, victim blaming. The process of healing for victims of sexual assault can be long and extremely painful, with a great many stages and steps necessary for healthy recovery. While there is no “normal” or “average” way to recover from the destructive effects of sexual assault, frequently reported effects of sexual [...]

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Students demand gender-neutral restrooms Students demand gender-neutral restrooms

Students demand gender-neutral restrooms

Many individuals at Puget Sound believe that more gender-neutral bathrooms should be available on campus and are working toward making that goal a reality. Since the start of the 2014-15 academic year, a group of students in conjunction with various staff members and organizations have been diligently striving to offer more of these bathrooms on [...]

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News

Take Back the Night plans fall events on campus

Every spring, the Puget Sound Sexuality Issues, Relationships and Gender Education sponsors the annual event Take Back the Night, a rally to raise sexual violence awareness. It is accompanied by weeklong activities and Green Dot training. This year, Puget Sound has decided to host a second rally, making Take Back the Night a semiannual event [...]

Oct 31, 2014 7:00

Features

Business 101: How to approach the style Business casual

Business 101:  How to approach the style Business casual

This is a column that aims to answer important questions college students may have regarding money, the job hunt, and everything in-between. Throughout college we are encouraged, coerced, forced to dress in business casual at some point. Whether it is for your fraternity or sorority’s weekly chapter meeting, a class presentation, a networking event or [...]

Oct 31, 2014 7:00

Arts & Entertainment

Cloud Nothings’ new album sheds past, remakes present

Cloud Nothings’ new album sheds past, remakes present

  This spring saw the release of Cloud Nothings’s latest album, Here and Nowhere Else, a thunderous and catchy tome of militant present-mindedness. This record serves double duty as both a solid collection of tracks as well as an exercise in being not only here but, most importantly, nowhere else. After listening to the album, [...]

Oct 31, 2014 7:00

Opinions

Sexual misconduct policy on campus needs revision

by MELANIE SCHAFFER Chances are high that if you attend this school, or really any institution of higher education, you’ve heard about and/or participated in some form of discussion about various forms of assault on campus. In fact, earlier this semester, The Trail issued an article on the very subject.  The article discussed Puget Sound’s [...]

Oct 31, 2014 7:00

Recent Articles

Men’s soccer has two very different games over the break

Men’s soccer has two very different games over the break

The Logger men’s soccer team faced off against two very different teams over two consecutive weekends. They played Whitman at home on Saturday, Oct. 19, and Linfield on Saturday, Oct. 25, also at home. The Loggers were firing on all cylinders from the opening whistle and early pressure on the Whitman defense caused them to [...]

Volleyball team splits games this past weekend

Volleyball team splits games this past weekend

University of Puget Sound’s women’s volleyball team lost their game against Willamette on Oct. 24 and won their game against Lewis and Clark on Oct. 25. The volleyball team fell to Willamette University three sets to one. Willamette took a four to zero lead in the first set before the Loggers went on a six [...]

Football loses to Pacific but beats George Fox

Football loses to Pacific but beats George Fox

This season the football team has seen tremendous progress, and most of it can be attributed to the hard work the team has put in throughout the season. The team stands at 3-3 now and looks to be headed towards a strong finish. The past two weeks the Loggers’ have faced George Fox and Whitworth, [...]

Women’s soccer team continues winning streak

Women’s soccer team continues winning streak

The women’s soccer team continued their winning streak this week with three consecutive conference victories. The team faced the Whitworth Pirates at Puget Sound on Oct. 18. After losing to the Pirates 1-0 just two weeks prior, the Loggers started off the game strong, determined to seek their revenge. Junior Amalia Acorda-Fey (Seattle, Wash.) scored [...]

Dirty talk sparks debate on respect in the bedroom

Usually silence is golden, although not always in the bedroom. Some people think that they need to buy a new product in order to make their sex life exciting, but there is often an easy fix: dirty talk. Dirty talk does not have to be an art form, it can range from using a few [...]

Sexual misconduct policy on campus needs revision

by MELANIE SCHAFFER Chances are high that if you attend this school, or really any institution of higher education, you’ve heard about and/or participated in some form of discussion about various forms of assault on campus. In fact, earlier this semester, The Trail issued an article on the very subject.  The article discussed Puget Sound’s [...]

Local farms to visit this Halloween

YMCA Friends & Servants Youth Mentorship Farm Apples, raspberries, strawberries 6613 114th Ave. Ct. E, Puyallup, WA 98372. Phone: (253) 840-8110.   Scholz Farms and Gardens, Pumpkin Palace Pumpkins, pumpkin patch, corn maze, farm animals 12920 State Route 162 E, Orting, WA. Phone: (253) 848-7604   Picha Farms Pumpkin patch­—U-pick and pre-harvested, corn maze, restrooms, [...]

Business 101: How to approach the style Business casual

Business 101:  How to approach the style Business casual

This is a column that aims to answer important questions college students may have regarding money, the job hunt, and everything in-between. Throughout college we are encouraged, coerced, forced to dress in business casual at some point. Whether it is for your fraternity or sorority’s weekly chapter meeting, a class presentation, a networking event or [...]

Gendered costumes highlight inequalities

Halloween is a time for self-expression. The costume possibilities are endless; anything goes with Ninja Turtle, pirate and sexy nun costumes all passing as acceptable. Concerns are generally aimed at the latter costume, or any other costumes fitting into the “sexy” genre. Halloween is a strangely sexualized holiday, but even more disturbing are the social [...]

Take Back the Night plans fall events on campus

Every spring, the Puget Sound Sexuality Issues, Relationships and Gender Education sponsors the annual event Take Back the Night, a rally to raise sexual violence awareness. It is accompanied by weeklong activities and Green Dot training. This year, Puget Sound has decided to host a second rally, making Take Back the Night a semiannual event [...]