Softball team ends season with a strong weekend against PLU, now on to next year Softball team ends season with a strong weekend against PLU, now on to next year

Softball team ends season with a strong weekend against PLU, now on to next year

Senior day was a warm one, as the Logger softball team kicked off the first half of a four game series against cross-town rivals Pacific Lutheran University on Saturday April 12. It was senior day for the home Loggers and three players were honored for their dedication to the team during their time here at [...]

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Tonight’s Queer Alliance Drag Show at the Fieldhouse Tonight’s Queer Alliance Drag Show at the Fieldhouse

Tonight’s Queer Alliance Drag Show at the Fieldhouse

The fabulously confident members of Puget Sound’s Queer Alliance (Q&A) are bringing their 12th annual Drag Show to campus tonight, April 18, in the Memorial Fieldhouse at 7:30 p.m. The Puget Sound Drag Show is a chance for the members of Q&A to embrace a controversial aspect of LGBT culture. Some may receive drag queens [...]

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Occupy Wall Street defines a protest in political activism today Occupy Wall Street defines a protest in political activism today

Occupy Wall Street defines a protest in political activism today

On April 9, Micah White, the former editor of Adbusters magazine, gave a guest lecture called “What is a Protest?” in the Rotunda. He is also credited with being the only American co-creator, of the 2011 movement “Occupy Wall Street.” Adbusters magazine defines itself as “a global network of culture jammers and creatives working to [...]

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Diversity conversations face barriers Diversity conversations face barriers

Diversity conversations face barriers

Puget Sound has been attempting to tackle issues of diversity, conversation and inclusion in both academic and interpersonal settings. Organizations and publications have tried to breach the subject, but setbacks are not uncommon, and are sometimes hostile. In a recent issue of The Trail, students were asked for “The Weekly Log” if they thought Puget [...]

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News

University of Puget Sound places third at statewide Ethics Bowl

University of Puget Sound participated in the Ethics Bowl on April 4, a statewide debate tournament in which students from 10 colleges discussed topics that demonstrate their understanding of applied ethics. The competition, presented by the Independent Colleges of Washington at Seattle University, consisted of three preliminary rounds, a semi-final and a final. In each [...]

Apr 18, 2014 7:00

Features

Entrepreneur Column: Shake Shake Shake

Entrepreneur Column: Shake Shake Shake

This weekly column is inspired by Tacoma Entrepreneur Network (TEN). TEN is an intercollegiate network of members in Tacoma designed to explore and build entrepreneurial careers, launched in 2011 by Professor Lynnette Claire. Entrepreneurship uses working knowledge from every background of study. For those who haven’t found their niche yet, are uncertain about what the [...]

Apr 20, 2014 20:18

Arts & Entertainment

Tonight’s Queer Alliance Drag Show at the Fieldhouse

Tonight’s Queer Alliance Drag Show at the Fieldhouse

The fabulously confident members of Puget Sound’s Queer Alliance (Q&A) are bringing their 12th annual Drag Show to campus tonight, April 18, in the Memorial Fieldhouse at 7:30 p.m. The Puget Sound Drag Show is a chance for the members of Q&A to embrace a controversial aspect of LGBT culture. Some may receive drag queens [...]

Apr 18, 2014 7:00

Opinions

Language change should be welcomed by all

A new version of the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) came out this March, containing almost a quarter of a million words. Avid dictionary readers may notice a few unusual entries. According to the OED’s website, the words “bestie” (noun), “wackadoodle” (noun or adjective) and “badassery” (noun) all joined the esteemed ranks of the dictionary this [...]

Apr 18, 2014 7:00

Recent Articles

Entrepreneur Column: Shake Shake Shake

Entrepreneur Column: Shake Shake Shake

This weekly column is inspired by Tacoma Entrepreneur Network (TEN). TEN is an intercollegiate network of members in Tacoma designed to explore and build entrepreneurial careers, launched in 2011 by Professor Lynnette Claire. Entrepreneurship uses working knowledge from every background of study. For those who haven’t found their niche yet, are uncertain about what the [...]

Softball team ends season with a strong weekend against PLU, now on to next year

Softball team ends season with a strong weekend against PLU, now on to next year

Senior day was a warm one, as the Logger softball team kicked off the first half of a four game series against cross-town rivals Pacific Lutheran University on Saturday April 12. It was senior day for the home Loggers and three players were honored for their dedication to the team during their time here at [...]

University of Puget Sound places third at statewide Ethics Bowl

University of Puget Sound participated in the Ethics Bowl on April 4, a statewide debate tournament in which students from 10 colleges discussed topics that demonstrate their understanding of applied ethics. The competition, presented by the Independent Colleges of Washington at Seattle University, consisted of three preliminary rounds, a semi-final and a final. In each [...]

Language change should be welcomed by all

A new version of the Oxford English Dictionary (OED) came out this March, containing almost a quarter of a million words. Avid dictionary readers may notice a few unusual entries. According to the OED’s website, the words “bestie” (noun), “wackadoodle” (noun or adjective) and “badassery” (noun) all joined the esteemed ranks of the dictionary this [...]

Frightmare Theater seeks to attract viewers

Campus Films has recently been trying to start a few programs out side of their normally scheduled campus films, most recently the Frightmare Theater: a midnight showing every Friday of a different B-rated sci-fi horror film. However, these efforts have been met with a virtual deadwall from the campus. So far, Frightmare Theater has brought [...]

Prospective student appalled by immaculate groundskeeping

Most students who visit here, the author included, are taken aback by the great effort that goes into the upkeep of the grounds here at Puget Sound. Indeed, even now after being here a few years, I still find myself marveling at our lush fields of evenly cut grass and perfectly manicured pines. Unfortunately for [...]

Women’s lacrosse seeks to end season strong

Women’s lacrosse seeks to end season strong

With only one game left until the season is over, the women’s lacrosse team is ending strong with two dominant wins. On April 6, the Loggers played Linfield and defeated them with an exceptional win of 23-5. This game had many highlights due to the dominance the team had. The Loggers scored 15 goals in [...]

Tonight’s Queer Alliance Drag Show at the Fieldhouse

Tonight’s Queer Alliance Drag Show at the Fieldhouse

The fabulously confident members of Puget Sound’s Queer Alliance (Q&A) are bringing their 12th annual Drag Show to campus tonight, April 18, in the Memorial Fieldhouse at 7:30 p.m. The Puget Sound Drag Show is a chance for the members of Q&A to embrace a controversial aspect of LGBT culture. Some may receive drag queens [...]

Logger baseball team has a strong weekend against Lewis and Clark, sweeping them in 3

Puget Sound baseball won both of their games against Lewis and Clark on Saturday, April 12. The sun was out and it was a perfect day for baseball. The Loggers started their first game of the day behind the Pioneers. The Pioneers scored their first run in the top of the first inning. The next [...]

Occupy Wall Street defines a protest in political activism today

Occupy Wall Street defines a protest in political activism today

On April 9, Micah White, the former editor of Adbusters magazine, gave a guest lecture called “What is a Protest?” in the Rotunda. He is also credited with being the only American co-creator, of the 2011 movement “Occupy Wall Street.” Adbusters magazine defines itself as “a global network of culture jammers and creatives working to [...]