The alumni magazine of the University of Puget Sound


New Arches Audio: Having a hard time reading the flipping book version of Arches on your smartphone or tablet? Now you can stream audio versions of select articles, many stories read by the authors themselves. Available from this issue:

Home Berth, read by Ron Thomas

"Things Invented by Loggers," read by Liam Tully '15

Ron Spears '88, "A Blue-Collar Artist," read by Cathy Tollefson '83, P'17

Marie Harvey '69, "In Distinguished Company," read by Chuck Luce



Arches, Autumn 2014

In this issue: A wider Wheelock: After a frantic summer of construction, the SUB reopens 18,000 sq. ft. bigger and way more usable. Alex Leavitt '10, was born with a neurological disorder that makes it difficult to move about and communicate. A service dog changed his life.     See Jane Fix, Alex McConnehey '11's fast-growing business, repairs busted smartphones and other e-devices.


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