What We Do

January 13, 2017


As I journey from Hawaii to the Puge for my last semester I’ve been thinking about the different journeys that have brought Loggers to Puget Sound.

January 9, 2017

Summer Immersion Internship Program

December 16, 2016


I suppose this is symbolic of how the campus is starting to empty out now. People are leaving for vacation, roommates are saying goodbyes, and the Wi-Fi has mysteriously…

December 14, 2016

Why Beethoven?

This week, Professor of Music History Geoffrey Block joins us to talk about his new book, Experiencing Beethoven, a Listener's Companion. You don't need a musical…

December 11, 2016

Race as a Variable: The Progressive Era

The Progressives of the late 19th century and early 20th century paved the way for expanded government and socialistic policies. But when looking back at these the…

December 9, 2016

Illuminate the Night

December 7, 2016

Growing Up

A few months ago, back in the summer, I had a mid-life crisis. I was at a relative’s house for a barbecue and my aunt asked me how old I was turning this year.

December 6, 2016

Pieces of History: What I learned from a collection of vintage bookmarks by Carlisle Huntington

December 1, 2016

Op-ed in News Tribune by Don Share, professor emeritus

November 18, 2016

Home for the Holidays

Winter is coming (it really is…) and that means some well-deserved time away from school to relax with friends and family, reconnect with people who are important…

November 4, 2016


October 27, 2016

Anthropology takes center stage at this year's Southeast Asia Symposium

The symposium is the centerpiece of our Southeast Asia Program, and provides a forum for undergraduates who have participated in our LIASE fieldschool courses to…

October 13, 2016

The Vamp and Tramp Show

On Wednesday, October 12 there was an event that garnered the rare O designation for “other” category in the Arts and Weekly Lectures email sent out to students…

July 14, 2016

Looking for Home - Reflections on Education Abroad