What We Do

April 28, 2015

Podcasting: An emerging industry

At a first glance, the podcast industry seems to follow the “public good” paradigm. Economists define a public good as “A product that one individual can consume…

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April 28, 2015

How to Hustle Your Book

I have wanted to be an author since I was in sixth grade and I wrote a thirty page start to a novel during recess. What I’ve learned since then is that getting published…

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April 27, 2015

From the Archives: Preservation Week's Detached Book Boards

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April 27, 2015

Pompeii in Seattle

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April 26, 2015

No mas, no mas, los monstruos en la ciudad

Under the names DJ Mamacit and DJ Guagua, my friend Kelsee and I, with the collaboration of our friend Victoria, co-host a show on our college radio station KUPS…

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April 18, 2015

The Blue Beyond the Hills

The blue beyond the hills teems and mist slides down the mountains.

On Todd Field, six friends sit looking at the hills. It’s evening and the sun is beginning to…

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April 17, 2015

Jesse Lehrman '14

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April 16, 2015

Summer Research Award for SOAN's Rodger Caudill

 

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April 15, 2015

Internship Spotlight: TroppoVero Studios

Chloe Boulay ’15, double major in Sculpture and Spanish, discovered an internship opportunity with TroppoVero through the Madrid-based Spanish education company…

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April 15, 2015

Tanzania in Four Parts, Part 2, Zanzibar

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April 13, 2015

Alex McNeil wins summer research award

Congratulations to P&G major Alex McNeil, who won a university summer research grant of $3250 for his project, "Fifty Shades of Green: A Comparative Study of Alternative…

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April 11, 2015

Loving it...on the bad days

When people ask me how I like my college, I always respond the same way: “I love it.” I am challenged here, cared for here, supported here. I am involved. I am engaged…

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April 10, 2015

The Getaway

I thought coming to college there would be time to explore Canada, all over Washington and possibly Oregon. But in actuality college is more time-consuming, travel…

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April 8, 2015

Passover

Here at Puget Sound, Hillel holds a Seder the first night of Passover. On Friday, anyone who was willing to cough up seven dollars to cover the amount of Manischewitz…

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April 2, 2015

How to Create Dangerously

I was invited by President Ronald Thomas to join him, his wife, Mary, professors, faculty, and students to have dinner with acclaimed Haitian-American writer Edwidge…

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April 1, 2015

An open letter to Catherynne M. Valente

In which Daniel’s favorite author is the glorious sun, too bright to be near for too long, and he is the distant moon, only able to quietly reflect her brilliance…

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March 31, 2015

Fun Fact: William Cronon dropped out of college to try and write a novel.

I’ve read William Cronon’s essay “The Trouble with Wilderness” for class at least four times in the past four years and definitely did not appreciate it the first…

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March 27, 2015

Going the Distance

One of the things I have wanted to do since I got here was bike to Seattle.  Here’s a trick: If you bike to Point D, take the ferry across to Vashon island and then…

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March 6, 2015

Birthday Girl

No, not my birthday. On Wednesday it was my friend Mackenzie’s birthday and to celebrate we went out to dinner at the Rosewood Cafe. Rosewood Cafe is this cute restaurant…

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February 8, 2015

The official announcement

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