Welcome back, Loggers!

On this page you'll find memories shared by the Class of 2004, so we welcome you to take a trip down memory lane and contribute to the discussion! We are looking forward to welcoming you back to campus in June!

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Class of 2004

Can you believe that it's been 10 years since you've been a student at Puget Sound? Come celebrate your 10 year reunion with your fellow Loggers this June!


What are some of your favorite memories?

“It was a great experience that I will always cherish.” Kristle Baillargeon

“Overall, I had a tremendous time at UPS. It was an intimate setting, a beautiful campus, and a place where you could really make an impact.” Kato Wade

“It was a positive experience in that I believe that UPS taught me to think very logically and openly about all topics. Slow thinking vs. fast thinking. More than anything, I think this philosophy helps succeed later in life when it's less about what specifics you remember and more about how you are able to learn and process information.” Megan Geldman


How would you describe your experience as a student?

“Picking blackberries by the train tracks by the sound, walking in Pt Defiance, practicing flute with the rhododendrons blooming outside the window, and, surprisingly, organic chemistry lab.” Sara Staller


What faculty or staff members do you remember most?

“Justin Canny was an amazing leader and mentor during my time at PSO. Paul Loeb was the most brilliant teacher I had and pushed me to go farther and do more.” Jon Anscher

 “Dr. Jeff Matthews was an inspiration in BLP and someone who, as a professor who came from industry, provided students a unique perspective.” David Hughes

“I found Mike Segawa and Jim Hoppe before him, to both be strong student advocates and sounding boards for me while undertaking various student leadership roles. I think that the addition of Ron Thomas was also the right move for the University, as he was humble and approachable.” Kato Wade

“Donn Marshall and Houston Dougherty, both great encouragers/cheerleaders. Dr. Geoffrey Block was the best prof I had, who really insisted on scholarly inquiry (we didn't read a text book, but rather the academic articles about the music we studied.)” Hermana Confiaza


Glass Gathering at The Parkway!

On Friday night, June 6, continue the good times from the Opening Reception as the party moves on to your favorite spot from 2004: The Parkway!

Loggers enjoy $3 pints of "Everbody's Brewing Local Logger Lager"

Homesick? Register Today!

How long has it been since you've been to campus? Regardless if it has been days, years, or even decades, come back home for our Summer Reunion Weekend Jun. 6 - 8, 2014. Register online today!


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