University of Puget Sound is frequently featured in media close to home and around the globe. Here is a small sample of recent articles about our students, faculty, staff, and alumni.

The News Tribune 5.31.24 Opinion: FEPPS Prison Ed Program
WalletHub 5.29.24 2024 Best Online Checking Accounts by Professor Emerita Lynda S. Livingston
NPR 4.10.24 Centralia, Wash.’s coal plant has to close next year. Can Pa. communities learn from Centralia’s transition? Rose Pereira '26 & Zoe Ellis '24 interviewed
The Seattle Times 3.4.24 Why WA officials pulled secure laptops from 1,200 incarcerated students Assoc. Prof. Tanya Erzen interviewed
The Chronicle of Higher Education 2.13.24 Top Producers of Fulbright U.S. Scholars and Students, 2023-24
The News Tribune 02.08.24 NCAA first: UPS' Lily Godwin records historic solo tackle Lily Godwin '26 featured
GeekWire 01.15.24 Meet the 6 women innovators featured in a new STEM exhibit at Seattle’s Pacific Science Center Asst. Prof. Maddie Weinstein featured
Lifewire 01.05.24 New Tech From Camera Makers tries to Prove Photos Are Not AI Fakes Prof. Gareth Barkin interviewed
Tri-City Herald 12.15.23 The 50 'greenest' colleges, ranked. Two are in Washington state 
KNKX 11.14.23 This is what Tacoma sounds like to you: an audio postcard Calvin Werts '23 featured
King 5 News 11.13.23 Lily Godwin makes history with tackle in NCAA football game
The Olympian 11.06.23 ‘These are who we vote for,’ Puyallup pastor tells congregation. Did he break federal law? Visiting Asst. Prof. Paige Kolnes interviewed
The Seattle Times 10.23.23 AI might disrupt math and computer science classes—in a good way Asst. Prof. Jake Price interviewed
KBLA 1580 AM 10.19.23 What Keeps Us Safe: A Young Scholar from Compton Presents His Findings Guy Crawford '26 interviewed
An Educated Guess Podcast 10.10.23 Ep. 163: College Success is a Community Affair Jael Rodas '25 interviewed
Axios Seattle 08.03.23 University of Puget Sound, Whitman and UW among nation's best-looking college campuses
The News Tribune 07.15.23 Bird-watching elevates mood, decreases anxiety, WA experts say Prof. Emeritus Peter Wimberger interviewed
The Guam Daily Post 06.08.23 Guam’s Jaden Francis overcomes illness, impostor syndrome and ‘road bumps’ Jaden Francis ’25 interviewed
The New York Times 05.26.23 Colleges Will Be Able to Hide a Student’s Race on Admissions Applications Pres. Isiaah Crawford quoted
KING 5 News 05.23.23 University of Puget Sound removes name of professor from on-campus museum
The News Tribune 05.22.23 Tacoma university will remove eugenicist's name from museum
The Seattle Times 05.20.23 Seattle rower plans one last voyage — and a funeral — for beloved boat Jordan Hanssen ’04 interviewed
The Seattle Times 05.19.23 University of Puget Sound to remove name of eugenics professor from museum
Northwest Public Broadcasting 05.19.23 PNW artists’ work evokes salmon to educate, inspire change
The News Tribune 04.23.23 University of Puget Sound remembers past president as inspirational leader, storyteller
Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber 04.23.23 Ronald R. Thomas obituary
Tacoma Weekly 03.14.23 Fieldhouse Flea Market Returns To UPS
The New York Times 03.03.23 Learning to Become a Better Grandfather Prof. Jennifer Utrata quoted
The Chronicle of Higher Education 02.03.23 How Prison Education Overlooks Women Freedom Education Project Puget Sound co-founder Alyssa Knight quoted
KING 5 News 01.20.23 Symphony Tacoma's Mini Maestros
The Conversation 12.14.22 Social media always remembers – which makes moving on from a breakup that much harder Co-authored by Assoc. Prof. Nick Brody
Insight Into Diversity 05.17.22 ‘There is Solidarity Here’: A Q&A with LGBTQ College Presidents Pres. Isiaah Crawford interviewed
The New York Times 03.18.22 Shrugs Over Flu Signal Future Attitudes About Covid Prof. Nancy Bristow quoted
KING 5 News 01.19.22 'It's a total rush!': Birder breaks state record by spotting 376 different species in a single year Will Brooks ’20 featured
Inside Higher Ed 11.08.21 These Colleges Had the Highest Student Voter Turnout
The News Tribune 10.13.21

Pell Grants make college attainable for millions of Americans

KING 5 News 06.24.21 Mindful Headlines: Is Washington’s COVID-19 vaccine lottery a 'Shot of a Lifetime' or just hype? Prof. Garrett Milam is interviewed
Northwest Public Broadcasting 06.18.21 Passing The Baton: Puget Sound Professor Of Violin Dr. Maria Sampen
Chicago Tribune 04.29.21 Ravinia Festival has a new leader and a bold plan
Seattle Times 04.25.21 Historical looks at previous pandemic and fatal police shootings show similar inequities (cover, Pacific Magazine)
Tacoma News Tribune 04.16.21 Bring back in-person graduations
New York Times 02.22.21 Entering Uncharted Territory, the U.S. Counts 500,000 Covid-related Deaths
Higher Ed Dive 02.19.21 One College Is Donating to Charity in Admitted Students' Honor
SwimSwam 02.13.21 Calvin Wertz on How to Make Your Passion Into a Job
Wash. Post 02.11.21 For This College Football Team, the Season Starts in February
Radio Survivor 01.26.21 Princeton Review Best College Radio Stations
KING 5 (NBC) 01.13.21 Loggers and Lutes Excited to Be Back on the Gridiron
SF Chronicle 01.10.21 Mississippi Award Honors Book on Jackson State Shooting
Univ. Business 12.3.20 University President Looks Forward to the Near Future
KITV (ABC) 11.8.20 Ki'ilani Arruda '24 Crowned Miss Teen USA
Massive Science 09.14.20 How Safe is the DNA in your Poop from Unwanted Snooping
News Tribune 08.25.20 Shelton Optimistic Heading Into Year Three
News Tribune 07.30.20 Puget Sound Announces Remote Learning, Tuition Reduction
The 07.24.20 Lululemon's 'Namastay Put' Underwear is Gone After an Activist Called the Brand Out for Appropriation alumnus Nani Vishwanath '09 quoted
News Tribune 07.17.20 We Have a Once-in-6,800-Years Opportunity to See a Comet in the Washington Skies Prof. Bernie Bates quoted
Inside Higher Ed 07.15.20 Unlocking the Potential of Prison Education authored by Prof. Tanya Erzen 
NPR Morning Edition 07.6.20 Want to Create a Better Face Mask? It's Harder Than it Seams Alumnus Billy Smith '07 featured
History News Network 06.28.20 In the "Bramble" of Central Park, a Showdown Over Nature and Race authored by Prof. Doug Sackman
NPR All Things Considered 06.26.20 Someone Finally Remembered William Dawson's 'Negro Folk Symphony' Prof. Gwynne Kuhner Brown '95 featured 06.21.20 Rising R&B Phenom Blakk Soul Means Business Alumnus Eric Mercer Jr. '10 featured
The New York Times 06.21.20 Black Gallerists Press Forward Despite a Market that Holds Them Back Alumna Karen Jenkins Johnson '82 quoted
The Chronicle of Higher Education 06.18.20 Teaching: Talking With Students About Racism Prof. Dexter Gordon quoted
Contexts Summer 2020 Masculinity Restored? Putin's Russia and Trump's America co-authored by Prof. Jennifer Utrata
Items 05.21.20 Thinking Ethnographically in Pandemic Times authored by Prof. Monica DeHart
Washington Monthly May 2020 Punishing Fathers For Being Poor Prof. David Moore is featured
The Daily News 04.3.20 Is 'Floating Habitat' the Key to Understanding Rebounding Fish in Spirit Lake? Prof. Kena Fox-Dobbs is featured
Tacoma News Tribune 03.27.20 It Turns Out Our Tech Gadgets Aren't As Isolating As Experts Say Prof. Nicholas Brody is quoted
NPR Hidden Brain 03.23.20 An Unfinished Lesson: What the 1918 Flu Tells Us About Human Nature Prof. Nancy Bristow featured
Forbes  02.26.20 The Top Colleges in 2020 For Producing Peace Corps Volunteers
Puget Sound is included
The Institute of Art and Ideas 02.14.20 Dispelling the Dangerous Myths of Love authored by Prof. Sara Protasi
Chronicle of Higher Education 02.14.20 Top Producers of Fulbright U.S. Scholars and Students
Puget Sound is included
The New York Times 02.10.2020 Can Puppets Save the World From Extinction? Alumnus Nicholas Williams '01 is featured
South Sound 
Jan 2020 An Interview with Dr. Isiaah Crawford, University of Puget Sound President
Forbes 01.18.20 Navigating a Marketing Role In Tech: What To Look For, What To Expect Trustee Jeremy Korst ’97 is a contributor
University Business 01.15.20 Maths that feel good—creating learning resources for blind students Prof. Rob Beezer is mentioned
The Oregonian 01.15.20 Trump's import tariffs could cripple Oregon's wine industry, limiting consumer choices, while sending prices soaring Prof. Emeritus Mike Veseth quoted
90.0FM WBUR 01.14.20 For Boeing, A New CEO—And the Same Unresolved Issues Prof. Emeritus Leon Grunberg is a guest in the segment
The Daily of the University of Washington 01.06.20 UW awarded for high voter turnout in 2018 midterms Puget Sound also recognized


Media Highlights Archive 2013-2019
Forbes 12.23.19 Four Books That Made Me Smarter This Year Prof. Emeritus Mike Veseth is featured
The News Tribune 12.05.19 Tacoma be proud of your scientists. They know your urine, and a whole lot more Prof. Dan Burgard featured
The Suburban Times 10.29.19 Puget Sound Introduces Dean's Scholarship Assurance Initiative
The Suburban Times 10.19.19 UPS To Launch Bachelor's Degree Program for Incarcerated Women
Washington Monthly Sept/Oct 2019 America's Best Colleges for Student Voting 2019 Puget Sound included
Forbes 09.26.19 CMO Next 2019: 50 Game-Changing Marketing Leaders Ben Steele ’98 included
Nerd Farmer Podcast 09.23.19 The Value of the Liberal Arts—Dr. Isiaah Crawford, President of the University of Puget Sound
Business Examiner 08.07.19 The 20 most beautiful college campuses in America, Puget Sound included
Kiplinger's Personal Finance 07.25.19 Best Values in Liberal Arts Colleges Puget Sound included
Seattle Times 07.25.19 Game on! Redmond summer camp turns girls into game developers, Anna Watson '21 quoted
New York Times 07.23.19 When Grandparents Help Hold It All Together, Prof. Jennifer Utrata quoted
425 Magazine 06.27.19 Qatar: An Ode to History, by Serena Hawkey '19
Wall Street Journal (New York Times, Boston Globe, and others) 06.21.19 Legal Weed Is Smoking in Seattle, Prof. Dan Burgard quoted
KING 5 News (NBC Seattle) 06.18.19 Puget Sound has 'highest cannabis use per capita' worldwide, wastewater study says, Prof. Dan Burgard featured in segment
Chronicle of Higher Education 06.06.19 "Transitions" column, Provost Laura Behling mentioned
Nature 06.05.19 Predator-induced collapse of niche structure and species coexistence, Prof. Kena Fox-Dobbs co-author
New Yorker 6.03.19 The Bittersweet Poetry of “Lima :: Limón," poet-in-residence Natalie Scenters-Zapico featured
KNKX (NPR Seattle) 5.28.19 New Washington College Grant will also be available for students to use at private colleges, President Isiaah Crawford quoted
KING 5 News (NBC Seattle) 05.17.19 SAT 'adversity score' will take economic hardships into consideration, Sam Paige '19 quoted
Seattle Times 05.10.19 President Trump must prevent war with Iran,
Prof. Seth Weinberger quoted
South Sound Business 04.16.19 Tacoma Has Two Top-Ten Peace Corps Producing Universities, Puget Sound featured
Time Magazine 04.11.19 Esther Lederberg and Her Husband Were Both Trailblazing Scientists. Why Have More People Heard of Him?, Prof. Mark Martin quoted
GeekWire 04.02.19 Seattle-area game studio behind ‘Republique’ flies ‘Iron Man VR’ onto PlayStation VR in 2019, alumnus and company founder Ryan Payton '03 quoted
The Seattle Times 03.25.19 Seattle XFL team hires Bellevue product, former Sounders exec Ryan Gustafson as its president, alumnus Ryan Gustafson '08 featured
Inside Higher Ed 03.21.19 Death Knell for Trigger Warnings?, Prof. Nancy Bristow quoted
The News Tribune 03.16.19 Ethnic studies celebrates, doesn’t obliterate ‘E pluribus unum,’ op-ed by Prof. Margi Nowak
The News Tribune 03.11.19 Fifth grader leading Tacoma climate strike: ‘Adults need to clean up their act,’ students Grace Sullivan '19 and Lisa Grimm '20 quoted
KNKX (NPR) 03.08.19 'Race in the City of Destiny' looks at history of communities of color in Tacoma, segment about Prof. Andrew Gomez
Nature Scientific Reports 03.08.19 Black carbon and other light-absorbing impurities in snow in the Chilean Andes, co-authored by Prof. Steven Neshyba and alumni Penny Rowe '97, Emily Stewart '18, and Alec Pankow '16
The Washington Post 03.06.19 The United Methodist Church’s battle over LGBTQ rights has been raging for 50 years, op-ed by Prof. Heather White
The News Tribune 03.06.19 Don’t count out Jay Inslee among crowd of Democratic presidential racehorses, Prof. David Sousa quoted
KING 5 News 02.26.19 Black History Month: Inequity in education, Educator-in-Residence Thelma Jackson
TEDx Talks 02.26.19 The Seeing Place, Prof. Jess Smith gives talk
Seattle Refined/KOMO News 02.21.19 Refined Investigates: Is the PNW a hotbed for UFO activity?, Prof Bernard Bates interviewed
United Daily News (Taiwan) 02.17.19 廖顯禕/蔣公銅像是一種壓迫性事物, Article by Prof. Sam Liao
The Nevada Independent 02.08.19 Freshman Orientation: Assemblywoman Rochelle Nguyen, alumna interviewed
The Seattle Times 02.04.19 Colin Powell and Jim Mattis: two presidents, two paths in crisis, op-ed by Prof. Jeffrey Matthews

The Hill


Center stage once again: Colin Powell’s UN speech in ‘Vice,’ op-ed by Prof. Jeffrey Matthews


The Root


These 28 Brilliant Books by Black Authors Are the Standouts in What Was a Stellar Year in Black Literature, Prof. Renee Simms book of short stories included

The Statesman


Donald Trump: The diary of a cyberbully, Op-Ed by Prof. Nicholas Brody

The Torah


Chanukah and the Politics Behind the Maccabean Revolt, article by Prof. Eric Orlin

Geek Wire 11.23.18 Marketing leader Jeremy Korst is at home in the board room – and the dude ranch, alumnus and trustee Jeremy Korst interviewed
History Link 11.23.18 Billy Frank Jr. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge and the Nisqually River Watershed, research by Prof. Gordon Alcorn quoted
Ashland Daily Tidings 11.06.18 Challengers Graham, Akins poised to join Seffinger, Jensen on council, alumna Julie Atkins elected to Ashland (Ore.) City Council
TechCircle 11.05.18 Blockchain's Nicolas Cary, alumnus interviewed.
BackStory 10.26.18 The War to End All Wars, Prof. Nancy Bristow interviewed on podcast
The Christian Century 10.11.18 New books in American religious history, new book by Prof. Heather White reviewed
South Sound Magazine 10.05.18 Working Toward a Better Justice: Race and Pedagogy 2018, a recap of Puget Sound's national conference
South Sound Business 10.01.18 Tacoma Urban League Announces Legacy Award Winners, Puget Sound to receive a legacy award
South Sound Business 09.17.18 Tanya Durand: Executive Director, Children’s Museum of Tacoma, Puget Sound alumna interviewed
Puget Sound Business Journal 09.13.18 Isiaah Crawford: Nonprofit Director of the Year, Puget Sound president honored for his work at a board member for eight different nonprofits
South Sound Magazine 09.04.18 Trapped Bodies, Freed Minds, quotes FEPPS executive director and Puget Sound Prof. Tanya Erzen
KUOW 08.23.18 Barn-raised Smoke Farm talks provoke summertime reflection, gathering co-founded by Prof. Stuart Smithers
Seattle Times 08.10.18 Washington State Book Award finalists announced, book of poetry by alumna Glenna Cook '94 announced as finalist
Anchorage Press 08.07.18 New theater company CAZART launches with ‘Lungs,’ directed by Prof. Jess Smith
Associated Press 07.30.18 What do colleges want? It's hiding in plain sight, Puget Sound mentioned for its allocation of merit aid (also published by ABC News, CNBC, Daily Mail, Seattle Times and others)
City Arts 07.22.18 Gritty, Gray and Familiar, essay by Prof Renee Simms
Nature 07.16.18 China expands surveillance of sewage to police illegal drug use, quotes Prof. Daniel Burgard
Science Daily 06.27.18 Small classes reduce performance gaps in science, co-authored by Prof. Stacey Weiss
Business Officer 06.01.18 An Embedded Budget, authored by Karen Goldstein, former VP for finance and administration, contributions from Sherry Mondou, Executive VP and CFO
Huffington Post 05.27.18 An Apple Shows Just How Broken Our Food System Is, quotes Prof. Emelie Peine
News Tribune 05.19.18 Don't ignore wake-up call from bullied kids, op-ed co-written by Prof. Suzanne Holland.
Crosscut 05.02.18 Tacoma author explores Black lives in new book, about Prof. Renee Simms' new collection of short stories
Chronicle of Higher Education 04.26.18 The Truth about Test-Optional Policies, quotes Laura Martin-Fedich, VP for enrollment
Northwest Military 04.19.18 A Conversation on Leadership, home page story about Pierce Lecture by Robert Gates, former secretary of defense
South Sound Business 04.19.18 UPS Receives $800,000 Mellon Foundation Grant, about funding for plans to expand experiential learning
Los Angeles Times 04.17.18 How China's Winemakers Succeeded (Without Cheating), a piece by Prof. Pierre Ly picked up by AP wire and run nationally 04.13.18 Canada to Measure Marijuana Use by Testing Sewage, quotes Prof. Dan Burgard
The Independent (UK) 04.09.18 Investigation: Bayer Munich ignored Human Rights Watch report, quotes Prof. Andrew Gardner
Q13 Fox TV 04.08.18 University of Puget Sound Students Building a Tiny Home, about work by Habitat for Humanity club students and President Crawford
Vogue 04.03.18 Intergalactic Fashion is Trending, looks at Ted Southern's '00 serious business of designing clothing for space travel
KIRO 7 TV 03.29.18 Immigrant Activist Faces Deportation, about student organized talk by Maru Mora Villalpando
GeekWire 03.15.18 Cryptocurrency Start Up Raises $1.6M, about new venture by Jesse Proudman '07
Asia Sentinel 03.05.18 As US College Enrollments Dip, Colleges Look Overseas, by Prof. and Associate Dean Sunil Kukreja
Business Examiner 02.28.18 $1M Gift to Puget Sound for Welcome Center, reports gift from the Leavey Foundation
Weekly Volcano 02.22.18 Sculptures Lead the Way, review of Art Students Annual show
NBC News 02.22.18 Billy Graham Leaves Painful Legacy for LBGTQ People, quotes Prof. Heather White
Chronicle of Higher Education 02.18.18 Top Producers of Fulbright US Scholars & Students, Puget Sound named in list of bachelors institutions with Fulbright students
Live Science 02.15.18 Chinese New Year: Customs & Traditions, quotes Prof. Lotus Perry
News Tribune 02.09.18 UPS Picks Former Obama Cabinet Member for Commencement Speaker, about former REI chief executive Sally Jewell
Peer Review 01.20.18

Creating a Civic Lens In African American Studies, written by Profs. Dexter Gordon, Grace Livingston, Renee Simms

KNKX Public Radio 01.16.18

Is the Dream on Track? Speaker at University of Puget Sound, interview with MLK speaker Eddie Moore.

The Gleaner (Jamaica) 01.15.18 Jamaican to Receive MLK Community Service Award, about Prof. Dexter Gordon's lifetime service award from the City of Tacoma
Arcade 01.09.18 13 Barakhamba Road, essay by Prof. Stuart Smithers about the future of work and humanity
Portland Tribune 01.04.18 Buzz About the Buzzsaw, story about Mens Basketball Coach Justin Lunt's new winning strategy
TV Tacoma 01.04.18 CityLine: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Celebration, interviews Chaplain Dave Wright and Vivie Nguyen
San Diego Business Journal 01.03.18 San Diego 500: The Book of Influential Business Leaders, profiles Brian Arrington '01, chair of Pacific Sotheby's International Realty
GeekWire 01.02.18 Proudman Leaves IBM for new Cryptocurrency Startup, about Jesse Proudman's '07 return to an entrepreneurial life


Prevention 12.27.17 Could Yoga be the Chronic Pain Solution?, quotes Prof. Roger Allen
The Detroit News 12.0.17

Comic-book Heroes Flock to TV, quotes Prof. Brett Rogers on this media trend

News Tribune 11.27.17

Tax Reform Threatens College Affordability, op-ed by President Crawford on Congress' proposed Tax Bill

Puget Sound Business Journal 11.20.17

Boeing Throws Ray Conner a Retirement Bash, Ray Conner M.B.A.'86 is given a party where a 787 plane is rolled in

Asia Sentinel 11.20.17

Islamist Extremism Increases in Bangladesh, op-ed by Prof. Sunil Kukreja

Seattle Medium 11.17.17

Highline's Rashad Norris Loves Giving Back to Youth, profiles Rashad Norris '99, college director of community engagement

Washington Examiner 11.14.17

Student Leads Charge to Elevate Gender, Queer Studies, about Kelly Johnson's '19 effort to make the topic a major at Puget Sound

Atlanta Journal-Constitution 11.13.17

Resurrected Tall Ship Sets Sail, profiles Jordan Hanssen '04 as he joins the tall ship journey to Mexico

The News Tribune 11.10.17

The Supreme Court is coming to Tacoma — maybe to your French class, about The Washington Supreme Court visiting campus. Article includes panels times, a court hearing, and classroom schedules

Diverse issues in Higher Education 11.08.17 A Custodian’s Daughter Takes Advantage of Tuition Benefit, interviews Rachel Askew '16 about her college experience
Showcase Magazine 11.01.17 Music Spans Generations and Builds Community, features Puget Sound's Community Music Program
The Seattle Channel 10.28.17 Civic Cocktail: City Hall in Motion & #MeToo, Prof Alisa Kessel was on Seattle panel that addressed sexual harassment and the #MeToo movement
Weekly Volcano 10.26.17 Academic paintings:"Liberal and Phenomenal", reviews Kittredge Gallery's two art shows
Association of American Colleges and Universities 10.25.17 Twenty-Two Institutions to Highlight Departments that Integrate Civic Responsibility, Puget Sound's African American Studies was one out of nine departments nationwide named as a "case study" of how to teach civic engagement effectively
Forbes 10.24.17 This Book will Transport Round the World, reviews new book by Prof. Emeritus Mike Veseth '72
The Wall Street Journal 10.22.17 Which Colleges Give You the Most for Your Money? Depends on How You Measure It, Puget Sound is mentioned as a "standout" school for merit aid to students
University Business 10.16.17 Colleges Tackle Budget Pruning, quotes Terry Halvorson, director of dining and conference services
Issues in Science and Technology 10.13.17 Fall 2017 Issues in Science and Technology, published Prof Kristin Johnson's story "The Best Panaceas for Heartaches"
KING FM Radio 10.07.17 Grand Piano Hour, Prof. Tanya Stambuk performs live on piano
U.S. News & World Report 09.29.17 Washington College Road Trip, Puget Sound is profiled for story appearing in 2018 Best Colleges magazine
Sports Illustrated 09.28.17 The Giants Go West, podcast interview with Prof. Emeritus Rob Garratt about his new book, Home Team
U.S. News & World Report 09.21.17 You Should be Forgiving, for Your Own Health, quotes Prof. Bianca Wolf
Huffington Post 09.13.17 What Kids with ADHD Need to Thrive, essay by Grace Friedman '18
Seattle Weekly 09.13.17 The Top 5 Local Books for Fall, reviews Prof. Mita Mahato's new papercut comics book
Weekly Volcano 09.07.17 What's in a Crane? Review of Kittredge Gallery show
Seattle Times 09.04.17 Students Don't Need Such a Long Summer Break, op-ed by Prof. Jennifer Utrata
WAMC Public Radio (NY) 09.04.17 Millennial Workers, broadcast essay by Prof. Sarah Moore
US News & World Report 08.25.17 How to Make the Most of a Gap Year, quotes career office's Rebecca Pettitt
KOMO 4 TV 08.18.17 Creative and Smart Ways to Pay for College, cites Puget Sound as a school offering generous merit aid
Philadelphia Tribune 08.15.17 Online shaming shows might after deadly rally, quotes Prof. Nick Brody
KING 5 TV 08.11.17 Pierce County Kids Program Robots for International Space Station Competition, about Summer Academic Challenge students in finals of contest
Albany Times Union (NY) 08.07.17 Sam Shepard never swung at me (but he could have), essay by Paul Grondahl '18 about his time as a student reporter
C-Span Book TV; History TV 08.05.17 Interviews about research with Profs. Tanya Erzen, Sarah Moore, Leon Grunberg, and Andrew Gomez
Seattle Mariners 07.30.17 African American Heritage Day, tribute on the field to "outstanding" individuals included President Crawford
Money 07.11.17 Best Colleges for your Money 2017, Puget Sound is named
KING 5 TV 07.05.17 A New Study Sheds Light on Cyberbullying, interview with Prof. Nick Brody
Popular Science 07.05.17 Scientists are Scrutinizing our Sewage to Study Our Health, quotes Prof. Dan Burgard on his research
Seattle Times 07.03.17 A Room Where Sound Goes to Die, quotes Prof. Rand Worland on his physics research
Inside Higher Ed 06.30.17 Gender and Cyberbullying Targets, about new research by Prof. Nick Brody
Los Angeles Times 06.25.17 Joy, Tears, as 19 Inmates Earn College Degrees, about women graduates of the FEPPS program
GeekWire 06.22.17 How This Theater Major Became an Engineering Lead, profiles Nell Shamrell-Harrington '07
Forbes 06.13.17 One Company's Game-Changing Solutions Prevents Football Inquiries, quotes Football Head Coach Jeff Thomas
The Authority (Nigeria) 06.12.17 The Authority Icon: George Obiozor, profiles former Nigerian Ambassador to the U.S. George Obiozor '69
Seattle Times 06.09.17 Masked Marvels: Good Guys, Bad Guys, alum quoted on falling in love with Mexican wrestling at Puget Sound circus club
Washington Times (DC) 06.04.17 University Club Mentors High School Students in Computer Science, about the Beta Coders Club's work at Lincoln High
Vox 06.01.17 When I Get a Phone Call, I Assume Someone Died, quotes Prof. Nick Brody on the use of social media
San Francisco Chronicle 05.25.17 Two New Books about the Giants, review of Home Team by Prof. Emeritus Rob Garratt
News Tribune 05.17.17 First Kung Fu, then Kick-off, about the Logger football team's visit to China to play the Shanghai Titans
Q13 Fox TV 05.14.17 Mother and Daughter Graduate on Mother's Day, about six graduating mothers and a daughter at Commencement
Wired 05.09.17 How One Startup Survived the Bitcoin Wars, review of new book including entrepreneurs Nic Cary '07 and Erik Voorhees '07
Liberal Education 05.01.17 Someone Who Looks Like Me: Promoting the Success of Students of Color, co-written by Dean of Diversity and Inclusion Michael Benitez
Chronicle of Higher Education 04.30.17 The Christian Agenda Behind Inmate Education, review of new book by Prof. Tanya Erzen
Puget Sound Business Journal 04.28.17 Carl Behnke Comes Full Circle with Hall of Fame Induction, Trustee Carl Behnke honored by Junior Achievement
News Tribune 04.22.17 Tacoma March for Science, quotes Haneen Rasool '17 and cites co-organizer Prof. Steven Neshyba
University Business 04.21.17 College Cyber-Attacks, quotes CIO Jeremy Cucco
KCTS 9 Public TV 02.20.17 What's it Like to be Undocumented? Campus interview with Puget Sound speaker Jose Antonio Vargas
Seattle Times 04.18.17 Local University Team is Top Scorer in Math Competition, about three students high showing in international math contest about self-driving cars
KNBR Radio (San Francisco) 04.16.17 Home Team, interview with author Prof. Emeritus Rob Garratee
KCTS Public TV 04.10.17 The Great War, PBS documentary includes interview with Prof. Nancy Bristow
Arizona Daily Sun 04.08.17 Loree Payne Named Women's Basketball Coach, about move to Northern Arizona University
Weekly Volcano 04.06.17 Behind the Pines, review of Isabelle Gresser show at Kittredge Gallery
News Tribune 04.07.17 Want a Job After College? reports study showing Puget Sound top in the state for graduate success getting jobs
Fast Company 04.07.17 Five Ways Fiction Makes you Better at Your Job, quotes Prof. Michael Benveniste
KBTC TV 03.31.17 Northwest Now show, interview with President Isiaah Crawford
Tu Decides 03.29.17 Journalist and Activist Jose Antonio Vargas to visit Tacoma, previews, in Spanish, talk at Puget Sound
South Sound magazine 03.27.17 The Inauguration of Isiaah Crawford, covers ceremony and speech
Tacoma Weekly 03.21.17 New University President Looks Like Match Made in Heaven, covers President Crawford's inauguration
News Tribune 03.21.17 UPS to Inaugurate 14th President with Day of Activities, previews inauguration of President Isiaah Crawford
NPR Science Friday 03.20.17 Rainy Day? Microbes May be at Play, cites and posts video demonstration done by Prof. Mark Martin
The Hill (DC) 03.14.17 How HR McMaster Can Win on the Political Battlefield, op-ed by Prof. Jeff Matthews
KIRO Radio 03.06.17 Dave Ross Show, interview with Prof. Tanya Erzen about her new book on religious ministries in prisons
KNKX Public Radio 03.01.17 Puget Sound Ties for 2nd in Peace Corps 2017 Ranking, interviews Sue Dahlin in career services
Financial Times 02.27.17 Career Opportunities are More Attractive than Perks, quotes Prof. Leon Grunberg
University World News 02.17.17 United We Stand: Student Resistance to Donald Trump, op-ed by Casey O'Brien '18
Tacoma Weekly 02.17.17 Queens of the Court, covers Logger women's basketball team's undefeated run for the NW Conference championship
Times Union (NY) 02.14.17 Grondahl: My Story, Paul Grondahl '81 remembers his 32-year career at the Albany, NY paper
Q13 Fox TV News 02.12.17 Local Professors Responds to ICE Raids Across Country, interview with Prof. Robin Jacobson
News Tribune 02.02.17 Jamie Lange in "Happy Place" Back on Court, profiles basketball player Jamie Lange '19
KING FM Radio 02.02.17 A Beethoven Scholar, Prof. Geoffrey Block chats and offers his playlist for the Musical Chairs show
KUOW Radio 02.02.17 Faith-based Ministries on the Rise in Prisons, interview with Prof. Tanya Erzen about her new book
Inside Higher Ed 01.31.17 Hope and Denial are not Strategies, by President Emeritus Susan Resneck Pierce
Seattle Weekly 01.30.17 How Trump Plans to Shame Seattle on Immigration, quotes Prof. Robin Jacobson at length
Huffington Post 01.30.17 What if Trump Plays Nice with Russia?, quotes Prof. Seth Weinberger
Wall Street Transcript 01.27.17 Interview with the Founder: Friendly Hills Bank, Q&A with Jeffrey K. Ball '86
New Jersey Family Magazine 01.25.17 Inspiring a Reluctant Reader, quotes Prof. Terry Beck
US News & World Report 01.25.17 What Investors Need to Know about Peer-to-Peer Lending, quotes Prof. Lynda Livingston and Four Horsemen President Andrew Crosby '17
KBTC TV 01.20.17 Dr. Julianne Malveaux, interview on Northwest Now show
KUOW Radio 01.19.17 Women's March on Washington, D.C., interviews Prof. Emelie Peine about her reasons for going to D.C.
KBTC TV 01.13.17 Homeless African Americans, Prof. Carolyn Weisz on a panel about the new SPARC initiative to address race and homelessness
Seattle Medium 01.12.17 Dr. Julianne Malveaux to speak at UPS MLK Celebration, about the labor economist
Times Higher Education 01.11.17 Best Liberal Arts Colleges in the U.S., names Puget Sound in Top 100
Spokesman Review 01.05.17 2016 Inspiring State Adventurers, tells story of students who rowed 2,300 miles down the Mississippi


Seattle Times 12.25.16 Books on Beethoven: under the skin (and skull) of a musical genius, reviews Prof. Geoffrey Block's new book Experiencing Beethoven
Tacoma Daily Index 12.22.16 Names Family Foundation endowment a boost to UPS athletics, about gift to the program
Seattle Met 12.20.16 The Push and Pull of Paradise, by Ethan Chung '04
Kiplinger's Personal Finance 12.16.16 Top 300 Best College Values, Puget Sound is named among all colleges and in Top 100 liberal arts colleges
Weekly Volcano 12.09.16 Janet Marcavage prints at Tacoma Library: Intelligent design at Handforth, review of exhibit by Prof. Janet Marcavage
Inside Higher Ed 12.08.16 Dialing Back the Rhetoric, op-ed by Prof. Mike Spivey
Inside Higher Ed 12.07.16 Overtime Second Thoughts, quotes Cindy Matern, associate vp for human resources
News Tribune 12.01.16 Castro's death, like his life, challenges students, op-ed by Prof. Emeritus Don Share
KUOW Public Radio 11.29.16 Puget Sound asked to declare itself a 'sanctuary' campus, interviews News Tribune reporter who wrote story
KUOW Public Radio 11.30.16 A Cuban-American family's complex feelings about Fidel Castro, interviews Andrew Gomez, digital humanities fellow
News Tribune 11.19.16 Getting at the root of the racial disparity in homelessness, quotes Prof. Carolyn Weisz, who initiated local SPARC program
KNKX Public Radio 11.18.16 On the Electoral College: Why, How, and What a Revolt Would Mean, interviews Prof. Robin Jacobson
Hawaii News Now TV 11.02.16 Restaurant Week: Forty Carrots, award-winning Bloomingdales Chef Jon Matsubara prepares a dish
Spokesman Review 11.02.16 LC grad coordinates Zika prevention for the CDC, profiles Jessica Reichard '10
Numero Cinq magazine 11.01.16 Stilled Life/Frozen Motion: Ceramic Art--Anne Hirondelle, photo feature about art of Anne Hirondelle '66 10.31.16 Uncovering the secrets of the Mississippi, about business students mapping the river for Google on their 100-day rowing adventure
KING 5 TV 10.29.16 Lutes vs Loggers: The college rivalry you've never heard of, covers the legendary rival football teams
News Tribune 10.28.16 Tacoma music professor gets back to his Beethoven roots, reviews new book by Prof. Geoffrey Block
The Hechinger Report 10.27.16 New faces on campus: Students welcome first black presidents to largely white colleges, quotes President Isiaah Crawford
International Examiner 10.25.16 Arahmaiani: To Change, We Must Work Together, profiles Southeast Asia Symposium visiting artist Arahmaiani
World University News 10.21.16 Students need to work before studying abroad, op-ed by Casey O'Brien '18
Doha News, Qatar 10.20.16 Qatar plans to set up workers' dispute committee, quotes from research by Prof. Andrew Gardner
PRI's The World 10.19.16 The people who pick your berries will now have a union, quotes Prof. John Lear
News Tribune 10.14.16 A leaner Max Richman uses speed, not strength, to plug UPS defense, profiles defensive lineman Max Richman'18
Tacoma TV: CityLine 10.13.16 University of Puget Sound's New President, interviews President Isiaah Crawford
Quad-City Times 10.07.16 Fifth-graders hear: How to row down the Mississippi, about business graduates collecting science data down the Mississippi 10.05.16 Helping your athlete kids recover from injury, quotes Craig Bennett, director of sports medicine
Discovery Channel 10.04.16 The Russian Schools Training Women to be Housewives, interviews Prof. Jennifer Utrata
South Sound 10.01.16 The Ranger Zone, profiles Mary Krauszer '12 the first ranger at Point Defiance Park
Currents 10.01.16 By the Numbers: Put a Stamp on It, about Puget Sound alumni writing postcards to accepted students
Yahoo Finance 09.21.16 15 Questions with Matthew Peterson, interviews Matthew Peterson '02, partner at Peterson Capital Management
La Nacion, Argentina 09.19.16 Una guia de la generacion Z, quotes Maya Makino '19
KNKX Public Radio 09.09.16 At University of Puget Sound a 'Freshman' President gets to Work, interview with President Isiaah Crawford
Fast Company 09.08.16 Your Guide to Generation Z, opens with story on Maya Makino '19
Daily Jrl of Commerce 09.06.16 UPS in Tacoma Opens $19m Athletics Center, about upgraded Athletics and Aquatics Center
The Olympian 09.04.16 Austin Wagner, UPS Special Teams Hold off SCIAC Champs, about Austin Wagner '16 and Loggers
Currents 09.01.16 When a Student Dies, quotes CHWS Director Donn Marshall
San Diego Union-Tribune 08.29.16 Speeding up Biotech, quotes Prof. Mark Martin
Science 08.26.16 Alternatives to Professorships in Academia, quotes technician Amy Replogle
Science News 08.16.16 Lizard Mom's Microbiome May Protect Her Eggs, research by Prof. Stacey Weiss
The Herald (WA) 08.05.16 Hundreds of Birds May have Starved in Juan de Fuca, quotes Prof. Peter Hodum
Inside Higher Ed 07.26.16 Collaboration not Competition, about Puget Sound's partnership with local colleges
Washington Post 07.22.16 No THC in Colorado Town's Water, quotes Prof. Dan Burgard
Diverse News in Higher Ed 07.20.16 Why Liberal Arts Colleges Should Embrace Diversity, by Prof. Dexter Gordon
KING 5 TV 07.19.16 Prison Program Helps Women Earn Degrees, interviews Prof. Tanya Erzen, Prof. Seth Weinberger
Post & Courier (SC) 07.14.16 Partnership Changed Each Other for the Better, quotes Prof. Leon Grunberg
Seattle Times 07.09.16 Boeing's Force Field Shapes Region's Fortunes, quotes Prof. Leon Grunberg
Live Science 06.30.16 Should Parrots Testify at Trial? Quotes Prof. Erin Colbert-White
Forbes 06.30.16 Antikythera May Have Been World's First Stem Project, quotes Prof. James Evans
KING 5 TV 06.29.16 Program Helps Foster Youth Beat the Odds, about college immersion on campus
Crosscut 06.21.16 A Historian's Take on the New 'Paint Your Wagon,' by Prof. Doug Sackman
News Tribune 06.16.16 Failure no Longer the Norm for Purdy's Prison Class, about the FEPPS program at Puget Sound, run by Prof. Tanya Erzen
News Tribune 06.14.16 Point Defiance's First Park Ranger an Alaskan Roller Derby Player, front page profile of Mary Krauser '12
KLAY Radio 06.10.16 Morning Show, host interviews ASUPS President Noah Lumbantobing about political correctness
The White House 06.10.16 White House Launches Fair Chance Higher Education Pledge, Puget Sound named a founding partner
Fast Company 06.08.16 10 Ways to get Relevant Experience if you Didn't Land an Internship, tips offered by CES's Jennifer Allen-Ayres and Rebecca Pettit
The Olympian 06.02.16 Defending Sound to Narrows Champ Dan McLean, Dan McLean '04 named Adventurer of the Week
South Sound 06.01.16 Meet University of Puget Sound's New President, profiles Isiaah Crawford
New York Times 05.26.16 Attract Americans to Lesser-Visited Parks, op-ed by Prof. Rachel DeMotts
Chronicle of Higher Education 05.20.16 Common App's New Leader Ponders College Access, about VP for Enrollment Jenny Rickard's new role
KING 5 TV 05.15.16 "Freaky" Number of Twins Graduate from University of Puget Sound, four sets of twins at Commencement are interviewed
Forbes 05.11.16 Inside the Brain of Biotech's Top Venture Capitalist, profiles Robert Nelsen '85
KOMO TV 05.06.16 Latino Youth Summit, Puget Sound partners with NW Leadership Foundation for the annual summit
Forbes 04.29.16 Spoon U. via YouTube Black Bean Brownie, recipe posted by Emily Nadler '18 is critiqued
Business Examiner 04.22.16 UPS, PLU to Partner on Solar Energy Project,about Murdock Trust grant for cutting-edge research
Washington Post 04.21.16 Sustainable Thinking Invigorates Communities, quotes Prof. Daniel Sherman
Diverse News in Higher Ed 04.20.16 Crawford Ready to Unleash Power of Liberal Arts, profiles President-elect Isiaah Crawford
News Tribune 04.15.16 Duane Hulbert—Concert Pianist, Educator—Retires After 30 Years at UPS
Alaska Public Media 04.12.16 Globalization in Your Wine Glass, about talk by Prof Mike Veseth ’72
History News Network 04.11.16 Why Thucydides is (Sadly) So Relevant Right Now, essay by Prof. Eric Orlin
KBTC TV 04.08.16 Northwest Now, interview with Prof. Michael Artime, Mike Purdy ’76 on their election series of talks
Chronicle High Ed 04.03.16 U. of Puget Sound’s First African American President Built His Career on Jesuit Institutions, about Isiaah Crawford
NW Asian Weekly 03.24.16 Helping Families Navigate Race, Culture, Ethnicity, profiles alum Amy Pak
Diverse News Higher Ed 03.24.16 Liberal Arts Leader, interview with President-elect Isiaah Crawford
KING 5 TV 03.16.16 Buddhist Monks Create a Sand Mandala
News Tribune 03.15.16 ‘NeuroTribes’ Author will Explore Autism, previews Steve Silberman talk
Hawaii Tribune-Herald 03.15.16 Let’s Talk Food: Chef with Hilo Roots, profiles Chef Jon Matsubara ’95
News Tribune 03.12.16 Retiring UPS President Ron Thomas Offers Parting Thoughts
Puget Sound Business Journal 03.11.16 CFO Cooks up $72 Million in Funding, Curt Anderson ’90 named CFO of the Year for small private firms
Tacoma Weekly 03.10.16 UPS Offers Adventure in Classroom and on the Mississippi, about experiential learning with Jordan Hanssen '04
Seattle Times 03.08.16 New UPS Pres: ‘It’s Hard to Listen Your Way into Trouble,” about Isiaah Crawford
Tacoma Weekly 03.03.16 UPS Stages Lush Production of ‘Rent,' critiques the theatre arts musical
University Business 03.03.16 UPS Makes Historic Choice for President, about Isiaah Crawford
Journal of Blacks in Higher Education 02.29.16 The Next President of University of Puget Sound, about Isiaah Crawford
National Geographic 02.26.16 The Surprising History Behind Leap Year, quotes Prof. James Evans
News Tribune 02.24.16 Love and 3-pointers Abound at Puget Sound, profiles Kohl Meyer ’16, Emily Sheldon ’16
Education Week 02.14.16 Community Schools Blunt Impacts of Poverty, interviews Steve Webb ’85
Politico 02.18.16 Fewer Tests, More Applicants, quotes Jenny Rickard, VP of Enrollment
Washington Post 02.18.16 Top Peace Corps Colleges: Many are in Washington State and D. C., names Puget Sound tied for No. 1 among small schools
Spokesman Review 02.17.16 George Bryant Nurtures Teen Skiers in Lifelong Sport, profiles George Bryant ’77
Washington Post 02.17.16 Warming Oceans are Turning Sea Stars to Goo, cites Prof. Joel Elliott's research
Inside Higher Ed 02.16.16 Shared Governance in Crisis, by President Emerita Susan Resneck Pierce
KUOW Radio 02.16.16 Warm Waters Linked to Sea Star Wasting, covers research by Prof. Joel Elliott
Outside 02.15.16 Dynamic Stretching: Should You Even Bother? quotes Prof. Danny McMillan on his research
Fox News 02.12.16 Horses Know When You’re in a Bad Mood, quotes Prof. Robin Foster
Variety 02.11.16 Bayard Johnson, Who Wrote ‘Tarzan’ and ‘Jungle Book’ Movies, Dies at 63, about life of Bayard Johnson '74
World Economic Forum News 02.09.16 Can Fintech Restore our Trust in the Financial System, by Nicolas Cary ’07
King 5 Television 02.03.16 Tax Dollars Could go to College Classes in Prison, quotes Prof. Tanya Erzen, who heads FEPPS college classes for female prisoners
HuffPost College 02.01.16 Helping Parents of Kids with ADHD, article by Grace Friedman '18
Seattle Gay News 01.29.16 Surviving and Thriving: AIDS, Politics, and Culture, previews national traveling exhibit at Collins Memorial Library
Statesman Journal 01.29.16 Meet the Woman Behind Kettle's Tasty Flavors, profiles Carolyn Ottenheimer '92, founder of Diamond Foods and Kettle's flavors
Physics World 01.28.16 Babylonian Astronomers Used Abstract Geometry to Track Jupiter, cites opinion of Prof. James Evans on newly published research
Weekly Volcano 01.28.16 The Forefront of Musical Theater, previews composers summit on Broadway musicals at Puget Sound
Chronicle of Higher Education 01.24.16 What I'm Reading: "Annapurna,' Chaplain Dave Wright compares summiting a peak to the role of higher education
Seattle Times 01.24.16 Aspiring School Counselor Struggles with Debt, Goals, provides a personal finance review for Taylor Reyes M.A.T. '16
Financial Times 01.20.16 Boeing and the Decline of the U.S. Middle Class, covers new book by Prof. Sarah Moore and Prof. Leon Grunberg
National Public Radio 01.17.16 This Puzzle Still Invites Categorization, Rachel Martin '96 chats with Puzzle contestant Marc Wright '91 about memories of Puget Sound
News Tribune 01.17.16 Q&A with Rapper Jasiri X, who Takes Social Message to UPS, interviews Martin Luther King Jr. speaker Jasiri X
The Olympian 01.16.16 Q&A: What to Expect from the 2016 Presidential Race, interviews Mike Purdy '76 M.B.A. '79 and Prof. Michael Artime about their lectures
The Herald 01.15.16 Noted Pianist Performs with Cascade Symphony, previews Tchaikovsky concert by Prof. Duane Hulbert
Tacoma Weekly 01.07.16 Puget Sound Reclaims Totem Trophy in Historic 2015 Season, covers football team's successful season, finishing in third place in the NW Conference


Seattle Met 12.29.15 A Fiendish Conversation with Book of Mormon's Michael Buchanan, interviews Michael Buchanan '99 who is in Broadway hit musical
Baltimore Sun 12.25.15 Researchers Seeking Roles in Budding Maryland Medical Marijuana Industry, notes NIH-funded research into marijuana consumption at Puget Sound
Tacoma Weekly 12.23.15 Who Will Win the White House? Previews six lectures by Mike Purdy '76 M.B.A. '79 and Prof. Michael Artime
KPLU Public Radio 12.14.15 New Book Explores Changing Attitudes Among Boeing Workers, interviews Prof. Leon Grunberg about new book written with Prof. Sarah Moore
Business Examiner 12.17.15 UPS Makes List of 'Best Value' Colleges, about Puget Sound's inclusion in Kiplinger's 2016 list of 'Top 300 Best College Values.'
Religion & Politics 12.15.15 The Long American Tradition of Nativist Politics, article by Prof. Robin Jacobson about Donald Trump proposal to ban Muslims from the United States
Nature Communications 12.07.15 Hybrid Biological-Solid-state System, co-written research by Prof. Siddharth Ramakrishnan, covered in popular press
GeekWire 12.03.15 2015 Newsmakers of the Year, profiles Jesse Proudman '07, who sold his cloud computing company, Blue Box, to IBM
News Tribune 11.20.15 Puget Sound Students Rally for Diversity, covers student march to Jones Hall
King 5 Television 11.18.15 Second Black Man in History Elected to Tacoma City Council, interviews Prof. Dexter Gordon 11.11.15 The Cruel Mystery of ALS and Military Veterans, interviews Tim Hoyt 'The Wizard,' former chemistry instructor
News Tribune 11.04.15 Keith Blocker to Join Tacoma City Council, Keith Blocker '12 is elected
CBC 11.05.15 Adults over 30 may be Losing 'Happiness Advantage,' quotes student Daniel Trapp '15
National Public Radio 11.03.15 5 Best-Selling Female Writers You May not Have Heard Of, quotes Prof. Tiffany Aldrich MacBain
Currents 11.01.15 10 Sacred Cows of Alumni Magazines, cites writing by President Ron Thomas as an example of how to do a president's column
News Tribune 10.30.15 New UPS Commitment Gives Kids Education at Little Cost, about TPS Commitment from Puget Sound
China Daily (U.S.) 10.30.15 Wine in the US: 'Made in China' is Rare, quotes Prof. Pierre Ly
News Tribune 10.30.15 Football Coach Jeff Thomas is Building Loggers into Winners, profiles Coach Jeff Thomas during strong season
The Stranger 10.29.15 Mita Mahato's Cut-Up Comics, feature on Associate Prof. Mita Mahato
KPLU Radio 10.29.15 Will Tacoma Adopt a Minimum Wage? Quotes Assistant Prof. Andrew Monaco
Financial Times (U.S.)
10.28.15 The Death of the 40-Hour Weeks is Killing Us, quotes Prof. Leon Grunberg and Prof. Sarah Moore
The Prindle Post 10.27.15 So I am a Racist. What do I do Now? Essay by Assistant Prof. Sara Protasi for Prindle Institute for Ethics
Al-Fanar Media (U.K.) 10.27.15 Door for Many Middle East Scholars is Slamming Shut, quotes Prof. Andrew Gardner
Yahoo Sports 10.26.15 C-USA's MacLeod is 1st Female Commissioner of FBS League, about appointment of Judy MacLeod '86 to Football Bowl Subdivision League
Tacoma Weekly 10.23.15 Katy Cowan's 'Bricked' Challenges Artistic Categories, reviews art exhibit by Katy Cowan '04
San Diego Union-Tribune 10.21.15 Bacteria Communicate like Neurons, Study Finds, cites comment on new study from Associate Prof. Mark Martin
News Tribune 10.20.15 Tacoma Council Race Pits Advocate vs. Activist, profiles candidate Keith Blocker '12
The Guardian 10.18.15 Did the Earth Move for You? The Man Who Answered 'Yes,' review of new book on scientist Alfred Wegener, by Prof. Mott Greene
Harpers (U.K.) 10.08.15 Money, Taste and Wine: It's Complicated!, review of new book by Prof. Mike Veseth '72
KING 5 Television 10.05.15 Future Forum Targets Tech and Millennials, covers visit by Rep. Derek Kilmer and questions of Puget Sound students
Puget Sound Business Journal 10.02.15 Highest Paid Alums: What WA College Students Make after 10 Years, places Puget Sound second among eight schools
News Tribune 09.29.15 Tacoma Conference on Youth Suicide is Personal, names Puget Sound as first conference site and quotes Donn Marshall, director of Counseling, Health, and Wellness
Business Insider 09.28.15 The 610 Smartest Colleges in America, lists Puget Sound at number 186
Seattle Times Pacific NW Magazine 09.25.15 Dick Boushey Grows Grapes for Top Winemakers, profiles Dick Boushey '73
Seattle Weekly 09.22.15 Who are These Kids? Meet the Tacoma DJs Revitalizing Seattle, about seven Puget Sound alumni and former KUPS DJs
Inside Higher Education 09.21.15 How Did you Get Stuck Being a College President? Essay by President Emerita Susan Resneck-Pierce
Bloomberg Business 09.20.15 Startups Aim to Solve Social Problems, profiles low-cost housing entrepreneur Ned LeBlond '03
U.S. News & World Report 09.18.15 What to Ask Before Joining Greek Life, quotes Greek Life Director Moe Stephens
Los Angeles Times 09.17.15 For China's Xi Jinping, Strong Trade ties in Seattle, quotes Prof. Leon Grunberg
MSN IT Insider 09.08.15 The Best Colleges for Getting a Job in Tech, names Puget Sound in a list of 20 colleges from around the country
NW Asian Weekly 09.04.15 Making More than a Monetary Contribution, nominates Patricia Edmond-Quinn '80 for Women and Money award.
News Tribune 09.03.15 UPS Pays Tribute to Betty Sapp Ragan, covers Kittredge Gallery exhibit
Building Design and Construction 09.01.15 Forty Under 40, Meet the Rising Stars of Design and Construction, names Ellen Mitchell Kozack '00
Ceramics Monthly 09.01.15 From Idea to Finished Form, features work of Assistant Art Professor Chad Gunderson
News Tribune 08.23.15 Start Planning for 2017 Total Solar Eclipse, interviews Physics Instructor Bernard Bates
HuffPost College 08.11.15 Thriving with ADHD: 5 Success Tips for Freshmen, column by Grace Friedman '18
Seattle Times 08.07.15 Federal Aid for Prisoners a Welcome Change, Washington Educator Says, interviews Associate Research Professor Tanya Erzen
Forbes 07.29.15 Startup Schools: America's Most Entrepreneurial Colleges 2015, names Puget Sound in the Top 20 colleges nationally
Asia Weekly 07.24.15 Asia Develops a Taste for Wine, quotes International Political Economy Associate Professor Pierre Ly
USA Today 07.23.15 First Lady Offers Advice to College Students at White House, quotes incoming student Amairany Bautista
Business Examiner 07.21.15 UPS Invests in Experiential Learning, quotes Academic Dean Kristine Bartanen
KING 5 Television 07.16.15 Tacoma Dreamer Heads to White House, about incoming Access Programs student Amairany Bautista, who was invited to a Michelle Obama summit
NPR Marketplace 07.13.15 Using Sewage to Measure Habits in the Legal Pot Market, interview with Prof. Dan Burgard on his NIH-funded research
Puget Sound Business Journal 07.10.15 University of Puget Sound Raises $131M in Largest Campaign in School's History, covers the success of One [of a Kind]
Philadelphia Inquirer 07.09.15 Hitoshi Tamaki, 97, Pathologist, profiles Tamaki '40 who directed pathology at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery
KING 5 Television 07.02.15 Why People Don't Intervene, Stop Cyberbullying, interview with Prof. Nick Brody about his research on nonintervention in social media bullying
Seattle Times 07.01.15 U.S. Universities Need Philanthropies to Stay the Envy of the World, op-ed by President Ronald R. Thomas
University Business 07.01.15 Will the IRS Audit your Independent Contractors?, quotes VP for Human Resources Cindy Matern
Seattle Times 06.27.15 Port of Seattle CEO sets his Sights on the Horizon, profile of Tacoma native Ted Fick '84
Oregon Public Broadcasting 06.24.15 Pot Usage in Washington Measured by Sewage Analysis, interviews Prof. Dan Burgard about a study of changes in marijuana usage post-legalization
Spokesman-Review 06.21.15 Numbers Game, profiles Rick Betts '75, an accountant who co-founded a charitable basketball match
News Tribune 06.19.15 TPP Would Make it Easier to Export US Products, op-ed by Prof. Andreas Udbye about the Trans-Pacific Partnership bill before Congress
Daily Journal of Commerce 06.17.15 Contractor Bill Dickson, 95, Dies, profiles alum Bill Dickson '42 who ran Dickson Co. contracting business for more than 40 years
KIRO Television 06.16.15 University of Puget Sound Offering No-Test Option, interview with VP for Enrollment Jenny Rickard about change in admission policy
Crosscut 06.12.15 Sawhorse Carpenters are Customizing Nickelsville, about homebuilding for the homeless by Adam Nishimura '07, Sarah Smith, and Micah Stanovsky '10
Education Week 06.12.15 An Early Opt-Out Talks About School Without Tests, interviews Prof. Fred Hamel who oped out his children from mandated state testing
Inside Higher Ed 06.10.15 2 More Colleges Drop SAT/ACT Admissions Requirement, about Puget Sound's dropping of standardized tests for admission
Seattle Times 06.07.15 Seattle Cloud Pioneer's Lifework Catches the Eye of IBM, about founder Jesse Proudman's '07 sale of his Blue Box business
Nature 06.03.15 How to Catch a Cloud, quotes Prof. Andreas Madlung
University Business 06.01.15 Data Privacy in the Campus Cloud, quotes CTO William Morse
Voice of America PressPass 05.29.15 Women in FinTech: Deanna Oppenheimer, profiles trustee Deanna Oppenheimer '80, P'11, P'14
News Tribune 05.29.15 A Life in Writing Helped University Teacher Cope with Family Deaths, profiles Prof. Ann Putnam and her new paperback book
New York Times 05.27.15 A Heartfelt Thank You, and Other Teacher Gift Ideas, quotes Prof. Tatiana Kaminsky
News Tribune 05.18.15 University of Puget Sound President Announces his 2016 Departure, about announcement by President Ronald R. Thomas
U.S. News & World Report 05.15.15 Four Costly Misconceptions about Student Loans, quotes Maggie Mittuch '82, in student financial services
Tacoma Weekly 05.13.15 UPS Grad Prepares to Study Scouting Across the World, front-page interview with Emma Spalding '15
News Tribune 05.13.15 Tacoma Immigrant Brought Heart for Service from Taiwan, front-page profile of Commencement Honorand Theresa Pan Hosley
Daily Planet TV 05.12.15 Sewer Drugs, Discovery Channel show features research with sewerage water, by Chemistry Professor Dan Burgard and students
Christian Science Monitor 05.09.15 Behind America's Seismic Shifts on Transgenderism: Loving Parents, quotes Jae Bates '18
Seattle Times 05.08.15 Tacoma College Joins National Program to Diversify Enrollment, about the partnership with the Posse Foundation
International Examiner 05.08.15 40 Years after the Killing Fields, Deep Issues Remain, article on Cambodian tragedy anniversary, by Charles Som Nguyen '13
News Tribune 05.03.15 UPS Student, Paralymics Medalist Shares how she Persevered, Q&A with Megan Absten '18
KOMO TV 05.03.15 UPS Students go for World Record with Hopscotch Course, about breaking of Guinness World record by two seniors
C Magazine 05.01.15 Eye of the Beholder, profiles art gallery owner Kelsey Lee Offield '06
Tacoma Weekly 04.30.15 Peace Corps Director to Speak at UPS Graduation, interview with Carrie Hessler-Radelet
Huffington Post 04.20.15 "Coming Out" on Twitter as BroadwayGirlNYC, profiles Sirius Radio personality Laura Heywood '01
National Geographic 04.23.15 Exploring the Cold Coast: Seattle, article by musician Maggie Tweedy '10
Globe and Mail (Toronto) 04.23.15 Why Family Vineyards Dominate, quotes Prof. Emeritus Mike Veseth '72
Chronicle of Higher Education 04.13.15 Chronicle's Salary Database Violates Privacy, letter co-written by Ellen Peters, Institutional Research
News Tribune 04.12.15 Learning About Turtles - and the Environment, interviews Prof. Gareth Barkin about Luce grant for Southeast Asian projects
Tacoma Weekly 04.10.15 Kilmer Discusses Student Debt with UPS, front-page story about U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer's visit to a class led by Prof. John Woodward
Pangyrus 03.31.15 Living with Pain: a Hindu Festival and the New York City Marathon, essay by Prof. Greta Austin about the role of suffering in human rituals
News Tribune 03.30.15 Edwidge Danticat to speak of "Creating Dangerously," front-page interview with the Pierce lecturer and author
News Tribune 03.23.15 Northwest is the New Frontier for Science Fiction Fanatics, front-page interview with Prof. Brett Rogers about our international conference for classics scholars and science fiction fans
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce 03.18.15 UPS to Start $19M Athletics and Aquatics Center, about plans to start work on the new center, for a fall 2016 opening.
Business Examiner 03.11.15 UPS Alums' Name Going on Campus Building, about the naming of a student residence for Deanna '80 and John '80 Oppenheimer P'11 P'14
BBC World News 03.06.15 BBC Pop Up: Behind the Scenes in Tacoma, covered Lunar New Year and interviewed Prof. Lotus Perry
News Tribune 03.05.15 Peninsula Grad Lekson Looks Forward to NCAA Div. III Playoffs with University of Puget Sound, profiles basketball player Hannah Lekson'17
Popular Science 03.01.15 Endangered Hummingbird Illustration Highlights the Delicateness of Biodiversity, quotes Prof. Peter Hodum
University Business 03.01.15 Waste Watching in Higher Ed, interviews Travis Freidman'11, sustainability and energy manager
Connections 03.01.15 UMHEF Student Spotlight, feature about chemistry major Kathryn Ginsberg '14
Computer World 02.28.15 Mars One: Drama Queens Not Welcome, quotes Prof. Bernard Bates on the feasibility of human settlement on Mars.
Wall Street Transcript 02.27.15 Interview with Friendly Hills Bank Founder, Q&A with Jeffrey Ball '86, member of Puget Sound Alumni Council
TV Tacoma, CityLine 02.26.15 Jacobsen Junior Concert, interviews Prof. Duane Hulbert, Minna Stelzner '15, and Stephen Abeshima '15 about concert
Forbes 02.26.15 My Son Announces Where He is (or is not) Playing College Football, runs letter from Brian Threlkeid'83 about his Puget Sound experience
News Tribune 02.25.15 Coach Loree Payne Leads Loggers to 22-3 Record, profiles women's basketball Coach Loree Payne
Investors Business Daily 02.25.15 Ex-Slave Sojourner Truth Spoke Truth to Power, quotes Prof. Dexter Gordon
Daily Mail (U.K.) 02.24.25 Dragonflies see in Ultra-HD, quotes Dennis Paulson, director emeritus Slater Museum of Natural History
The Atlantic 02.20.15 A Time Machine in the Mojave Desert, quotes Prof. Bernard Bates
Parade 02.20.15 Seven Things to Know about the Lunar New Year, quotes Prof. Lotus Perry
Washington Post 02.18.15 D.C. Area Universities Among Top Providers of Peace Corps Volunteers, lists Puget Sound in third place among small colleges
The Hill 02.18.15 Don't Take the AUMF Bait, op-ed about new presidential war powers bill, by Prof. Seth Weinberger
News Tribune 02.18.15 Sizzling Sheldon's Scoring part of late UPS Surge, profiles basketball player Emily Sheldon '16
Chicago Tribune 02.13.15 Cadillac Owner Leading Restoration of Congress Theater, about financier Michael Moyer '81 restoring a second theater
Puget Sound Business Journal 02.13.15 Educators Map a Way Forward, quotes Academic V.P. Kris Bartanen in three articles about education
News Tribune 02.10.15 South Sound Business People, President Ronald R. Thomas joins executive board of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities
Seattle Business 02.01.15 The 2015 Executive Excellence Awards: honors John Oppenheimer'80, P;11, P'14
Financial Times (UK) 01.25.15 A U.S. Student's Australian MBS Journey, about Candice Vallimont '06
Seattle Business 01.23.15 Higher Education Will Step up Experiential Learning, by President Ronald Thomas
Seattle Times 01.19.15 Behind Bars, College is Back, work of Profs. Tanya Erzen and Robin Jacobson
Business Examiner 01.19.15 Student Consultants Help Clients Reach Goals, class by Prof. Lynnette Claire
The Olympian 01.18.15 Activist Talks Social Justice, about MLK speaker Rosa Clemente
News Tribune 01.17.15 MLK Celebration notes “Unfinished Business,” speech by Prof. Dexter Gordon
KUOW Radio 01.08.15 Local Professor on World’s First Computer, interviews Prof. James Evans


News Tribune 12.31.14 Bench Fueled Katy Ainslie's Transformation to Loggers' Top Scorer, about basketball player Katy Ainslie '14
Seattle Times 12.31.14 Tacoma Professor Tackles Mystery of Ancient Device, about Antikythera research by Prof. James Evans
News Tribune 12.26.14 Arrival of White Explorers in Puget Sound, quotes Prof. Douglas Sackman
KPLU Radio 12.24.14 From Candles to Christmas Lights: UPS Exhibit, about the Sparking Imaginations exhibit in the library
Doha News 12.09.14 Punish Employers Who Don't Pay, Researcher Tells Qatar Gov't, about Prof. Andrew Gardner presentation to Qatar government on migrant workers
NPR On Point 12.04.14 A Growing Global Food Aid Crisis, live interview including Prof. Emelie Peine
HuffPost Teen 12.03.14 The Five Biggest Misconceptions about Teens with ADHD, written by Grace Friedman '18
The Seattle Times 11.29.14 Boeing Boss Jim McNerney's Turbulent Tenure, quotes Prof. Leon Grunberg
Fox News 11.28.14 News Clues on Ancient 'Computer,' about research by Prof. James Evans
Currents 11.26. 14 5 Tech Trends Transform Fundraising, quotes Sherry Mondou, VP for finance, about Puget Sound's Bitcoin donation
Creta News (Crete) 11.25.14 New Theory about the Antikythera Mechanism, about new research by Prof. James Evans.
The New York Times 11.24.14 On the Trail of an Ancient Mystery, about new research on the Antikythera Mechanism by Prof. James Evans
The News Tribune 11.23.14 Billy Rathje, Puget Sound student, named Rhodes Scholar, profiles Lillis Scholar Billy Rathje '15
Chronicle Higher Ed. 11.13.14 New President Gets an Education in Athletics, quotes Pres. Emerita Susan Resneck Pierce
The News Tribune 11.07.14 Mighty-mite Miller a Catch for UPS, profiles Kevin Miller '15 and coach Jeff Thomas' football tactics
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce 11.07.14 Merit Award: UPS Master Masonry Plan, award for masonry contractor for Commencement Hall
Los Angeles Times 11.04.14 Seema Sueko Adds Color to Pasadena Playhouse, profile of new playhouse associate artistic director Seema Sueko '94
News Tribune 10.31.14 5 Ways to Give Your Halloween a bit of Culture, previews Duane Hulbert's Phantom at the Opera
TV Tacoma Cityline 10.30.14 Tacoma Public Schools Initiative, interview with Enrollment VP Jenny Rickard, Access Programs' Joseph Colon
International Examiner 10.28.14 Tacoma Sumi Artist Fumiko Kimura, profiles Fumiko Kimura '54, M.A.'77
Saipan Tribune 10.24.14 MSC Theatre Club Presents 'Frankenstein,' quotes Deleon Guerrero '96
CNBC 10.15.14 Is the World Ready for the Next Pandemic?, quotes Prof. Nancy Bristow
USA Today 10.14.14 Tips for Making it Through Mid-terms, by Lillis Scholar Billy Rathje '15
Weekly Volcano 10.10.14 Forest Beutel Pushes Americana for a Livin' full front-page profile of musician Forest Beutel '11
The News Tribune 10.08.14 Coaching Lifer Impacting UPS Defense, profiles Logger football defensive coordinator Jeff Ramsey
HuffPost Teen 10.07.14 Thriving with ADHD: My University Orientation, written by Grace Friedman '18
Christian Science Monitor 10.07.14 What can you Learn from a Lunar Eclipse?, quotes Prof. James Evans 10.06.14 Mike Segawa - Why I am Here, comment by Dean of Students Mike Segawa for student administrators blog
The Drinks Business (UK) 10.03.14 Uncorked: Mike Veseth, Q&A with Prof. Emeritus Mike Veseth '72
Washington Post 10.02.14 Which Sports Team Should Transgender Students Play On?, quotes Jae Bates '18
The Seattle Times 09.29.14 Tacoma University offers Financial Help to Local Students, about new Tacoma Public Schools aid offer; quotes President Ronald R. Thomas
Parents Magazine 09.25.14 How to Raise a Reader, quotes Prof. Terry Beck
Diverse Issues in Higher Ed 09.24.14 When a Privileged Scholar Examines Privilege, op-ed by Prof. Renee Simms
The News Tribune 09.22.14 Henry Louis Gates Jr.: Find Your Roots, interview and preview of Race & Pedagogy National Conference
The News Tribune 09.21.14 UPS Announces Financial Aid Package, about the Tacoma Public Schools Commitment
The Seattle Times 09.21.14 Fighting a Quiet Brand of Racism, interviews Eduardo Bonilla Silva, speaker at Race & Pedagogy National Conference
KBTC TV Northwest Now 09.19.14 Race and Pedagogy, interview with Prof. Dexter Gordon and Prof. Nancy Bristow
The Bellingham Herald 09.09.14 Bellingham man joins team rowing the Mississippi, about Jordan Hanssen '04, Pat Fleming '05, and Greg Spooner '01, DPT '10
Weekly Volcano 09.08.14 Visual Edge: Marita Dingus, reviews Kittredge Gallery exhibit for Race & Pedagogy National Conference
The News Tribune 09.05.14 Will Mirande and Loggers Defense Step Forward?, profiles Max Mirande '15
Spokesman-Review 09.03.14 Ultimate Dining Hall Hacks, cookbook review by Margaret Cowles '15, with Puget Sound mention
The Seattle Times 08.27.14 Port of Seattle chooses next CEO, profiles Ted. Fick '84
Tacoma Weekly 08.27.14 The "New" Racism, Q&A with Prof. Dexter Gordon
Alternative Emerging Investor 08.20.14 Chinese Wine Tourism: Not Just About Wine, co-written by Prof. Pierre Ly
McClatchy news, Washington D.C. 08.27.14 Tiny particles have potential in nuclear debate, quotes Prof. David Latimer
Baltimore Post-Examiner 08.19.14 Advocates for Gun Control at a Standoff, lead writer, Justine McDaniel '12
National Post, Toronto 08.16.14 Slavery's Modern Face in the Middle East, quotes Prof. Andrew Gardner
Harpers U.K. 08.15.14 Mike Veseth on Global Issues and Wine Industry, Q&A with Prof. Emeritus Mike Veseth
KPLU Public Radio 08.11.14 Five Northwest Colleges Team Up, about NW 5 Consortium first joint course on food systems, quotes Prof. Emelie Peine
The News Tribune 08.04.14 Dr. Gordon Klatt, Relay for Life founder, dies, notes Puget Sound was the venue for start of relay
College Planning & Management 08.01.14 How Green can IT get?, quotes CTO William Morse
Chronicle of Higher Education 07.30.14 Disability Parenting in Academia, opinion piece by Prof. Tiffany Aldrich MacBain
Tacoma Daily Index 07.31.14 Cheney Foundation Contributes $300,000 to Sports Facility, photo story about gift to Athletics and Aquatics Center
New York Times 07.28.14 The Great Giant Flea Hunt, names Prof. Peter Wimberger and science support engineer Bob Peaslee
KOMO Television 07.23.14 Sewage Test, about research by Prof. Dan Burgard to test pharmaceuticals in sewage water
Puget Sound Business Jrnl. 07.18.14 Where the Customer is Always King, profiles John Oppenheimer '80, CEO of Columbia Hospitality
College Solution 07.18.14 Where to find the best college professors, names Puget Sound as a top scorer
News Tribune 07.11.14 Young Tacoma opera singer makes an impression, photo profile of Zoe Mix and quote by community music instructor Christina Kowalski
Seattle Times 07.07.14 Mellon Grant will Boost Humanities Studies at UPS, about $600,000 grant for humanities and honors programs
New York Times 07.07.14 Sales of Recreational Marijuana Begin, quotes Caden Robinson '15 saying his father told him to "make history"
NonProfit Times 07.02.14 Controversial Currency Being Converted to Cash, quotes V.P. of Finance Sherry Mondou
Village Voice 06.20.14 Gay Millennials Reject the Chelsea Boy, quotes Prof. Derek Buescher
The Seattle Times 06.20.14 Starfish are 'just melting', Pictures or quotes Haila Schultz '15 and Katie Pyne '15 who are doing marine research
Alternative Emerging Investor 06.19.14 Red Obsession, article about foreign corporate interest in Chinese wine by Prof. Pierre Ly
The News Tribune 06.14.14 Persistence, respect for the sea widen horizon for teacher, about Kainoa Higgins '08 who became a Teacher at Sea.
The News Tribune 06.13.14 Walla Walla festival pairs wine, classical music, about Professors Maria Sampen and Tim Christie, founders of the festival
The Atlantic 06.13.14 What It's Like to Deliver Bad News for a Living, quotes Prof. Leon Grunberg 06.06.14 For these commencement speakers, first jobs taught skills, interviews 2014 Commencement Speaker Rachel Martin '96 about her first job
Harpers UK 06.01.14 Lockspeiser is enthralled by wine business insights, column about writings and books of Prof. Emeritus Mike Veseth '72
South Sound magazine 06.01.14 "Scandal" TV Star: Darby Stanchfield, Q & A with Darby Stanchfield '93
Reno Gazette-Journal 06.01.14 Stamp celebrating Nevada's 150th unveiled, about artist Ron Spears '88 who was commissioned to design a new federal stamp
Chronicle of Higher Education 05.30.14 Weekend Reading, recommends NITLE article on digital scholarship by Academic V.P. Kris Bartanen
GeekWire 05.30.14 Geek of the Week: "See Jane Fix" founder, interviews businesswoman Alex McConnehey '11
NPR: On Point 05.29.14 Teachers Tell Us Why They've Left the Classroom, School of Education student Madeline Isaacson '13 tells why she is looking forward to the classroom
News Tribune 05.19.14 UPS students gaining knowledge, about the Four Horsemen nonprofit lending fund set up by students
News Tribune 05.18.14 Deluge drenches UPS graduation, video of Commencement Day
Borneo Post 05.15.14 Talk on amazing life of dead animals, previews local talk by Prof. Peter Wimberger
Tacoma Weekly 05.09.14 UPS Art Seniors Uphold University's Place as Center of Fine Art Education, review of the Senior Art Show
GeekWire 05.08.14 Revealed: Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Jesse Proudman '07 is chosen for the national award
Fine Books & Collections 05.08.14 Bright Young Librarians, profile of library archivist Katie Henningsen
Doha News 05.04.14 The Bachelors, about research by Prof. Andrew Gardner on low-income migrants in Qatar
GeekWire 04.25.14 Young Entrepreneur of the Year, nominee Jesse Proudman '07
Huffington Post 04.24.14 Why Boomer Women are Hot for E-Books, quotes Prof. Darcy Irvin
Wired 04.22.14 One Startup's Struggle to Survive Silicon Valley, profiles Boomtrain co-founder Nick Edwards '04 and his partner
The Seattle Times 04.20.14 Social Justice Fund finds a new way, about Estevan Munoz-Howard '04
The News Tribune 04.18.14 Long trek to "Scandal" for UPS Alum, interviews Darby Stanchfield '93
KLAY Radio, Tacoma 04.18.14 Host interviewed Prof. Andrew Rex on his new book Commonly Asked Questions in Physics
The News Tribune 04.16.14 1 year, 4 countries and plans to learn, about Watson Scholars Haley Andres '14 and Kelsey Crutchfield-Peters '14
King FM Classical Radio 04.11.14 Puget Sound Piano Trio performed live on air
NPR Morning Edition 04.08.14 Teacher Collected Nerdy Science Songs, about former Prof. Greg Crowther
HuffPost College 04.02.14 Books? Or No Books? Envisioning the Future, by library director Jane Carlin
Reuters 04.01.14 Boeing machinists to vote in rare leadership challenge, quotes Prof. Leon Grunberg
Forbes 04.01.14 Top Life Sciences Investors, names Robert Nelsen '85
University Business 04.01.14 Exploring Help Desk Outsourcing, quotes C.I.O. William Morse
University Business 04.01.14 Digital Donations Hit Higher Ed, quotes V.P. Sherry Mondou about Bitcoin gift
Nature 03.27.14 Microbiology: Majority Rule, book review by Prof. Mark Martin
The News Tribune 03.26.14 25 years later, Exxon Valdez, op-ed by Shelly Larsen '15
Tacoma Weekly 03.14.14 American Qur'an Illuminates Kittredge, art gallery exhibit review
TIME 03.11.14 Ping Pong Robots Still Looking, writer Doug Aamoth '01 mentions his time at Puget Sound
Inside Higher Ed 03.07.14 Paying it Forward, about Bitcoin gift, quotes V.P. Sherry Mondou
Edutopia 03.04.14 New and Old Challenges for Teacher Candidates, quotes Prof. Amy Ryken
KING 5 Television 02.20.14 Entrepreneur gifts Bitcoins, interviews V.P. Sherry Mondou
Wall Street Journal 02.19.14 Bitcoin having its moment, about gift from Nic Cary '07
Chronicle of Higher Education 02.19.14 Bitcoin Gift Could be a First, about $10,000 gift from Nic Cary '07
The News Tribune 02.17.14 UPS Loggers' Barber now agrees with notion of motion, profiles Erin Barber '15
KUOW Public Radio 02.13.14 New Video Game Centers on Surveillance, interviews Prof. Jeff Matthews and Ryan Payton '03
The News Tribune 02.10.14 UPS President remains passionate about school after 11 years, interviews Pres. Ron Thomas
Mode magazine 02.01.14 Washington State Wine Awards (page 80), quotes Prof. Pierre Ly
The New York Times 01.26.14 State of Union: Who Should be Invited? op-ed, by Prof. Rachel DeMotts
University Business 01.26.14 Engaging faculty throughout their careers, quotes Dean Kris Bartanen
Business Examiner 01.20.14 Ahead of the game, interview with Prof. Jeff Matthews and Ryan Payton '03
KBTC TV, Tacoma 01.20.14 Remembering MLK: What Now?, interviews Prof. Dexter Gordon
Chronicle of Higher Education 01.17.14 Want to Define Merit? Good Luck, quotes V.P. of Enrollment, Jenny Rickard
Inside Higher Ed 01.17.14 Who Defines Merit?, quotes V.P. of Enrollment Jenny Rickard
Education Week 01.16.14 White House Puts Spotlight on College Opportunities, quotes President Ron Thomas
Vancouver Sun 01.10.14 Gophers behind Mima mounds mystery, quotes Prof. Barry Goldstein
Los Angeles Times 01.06.14 Boeing contract underscores decline of union clout, quotes Prof. Leon Grunberg
Marketplace, NPR (USA) 01.01.14 Boeing workers vote on contract for 777x. Again, quotes Prof. Leon Grunberg 12.24.13 Eat, drink and be merry—but is the food safe? quotes Prof. Emelie Peine
The Seattle Times 12.21.13 Machinists to vote again, quotes Prof. Leon Grunberg
The New York Times 12.20.13 Young Souls Portray the Wit of 'Hamlet,' With Brevity, video by Marika Proctor ’14
KUOW Public Radio (Seattle) 12.20.13 Boeing in the Blood: A Machinist Family Considers its Options, quotes Prof. Leon Grunberg
Bellingham Herald 12.12.13 Northwest Wine: Give your wine lover the gift of knowledge, review of new book by Prof. Mike Veseth ’72
Bloomberg News 12.11.13 Boeing Union Proposes Offer to keep 777X Work in Seattle, quotes Prof. Leon Grunberg
Christian Science Monitor 12.08.13 Culture wars: Holiday struggle over public spaces still alive, quotes Prof. Greta Austin
The Daily Beast 12.03.13 Abortion Battle in Seattle, quotes Prof. Suzanne Holland 11.20.13 Internet gains are serendipity’s Loss, quotes Prof. Douglas Cannon
Pittsburgh Tribune Review 11.23.13 “Elf” sparkles on stage, quotes Prof. Geoffrey Block
KPBS Public TV (Calif.) 11.19.13 Researchers Discuss Bringing Back Extinct Animals, quotes Prof. Suzanne Holland
KPLU Public Radio (Seattle) 11.11.13 Professor Boeing wants amazing concessions, quotes Prof. Leon Grunberg
Huffington Post Education 11.05.13 Al-Mutanabbi Street Starts Here, by library director Jane Carlin
Salon 11.05.13 Who will protect us? Why I'm still conflicted about guns, by Prof. Renee Simms
The News Tribune 11.02.13 Hawaiian alliance transcends PLU/UPS rivalryabout Roy Fuchigami ’14
The Olympian 11.02.13 Minus guards, a lot like college, quotes Prof. Stuart Smithers and Prof. Tanya Erzen
Puyallup Herald 10.30.13 Past, present interconnected for 'Joe' Harned, profile of Joe Harned ’51
Forbes 10.28.13 Epic of Heisenberg: Breaking Bad's Homeric Values, quotes Prof. Brett Rogers
Tacoma Weekly 10.16.13 Holly Senn’s Paper Nests, reviews Kittredge exhibit
Statesman Journal 10.13.13 Independence’s Problem Solver, profile Shawn Irvine ’98
The News Tribune 10.12.13 Savage two-sport threat, about Connor Savage ’15
Puget Sound Business Jrl. 10.11.13 Top 100 Fastest-Growing Private Companies: Vision X, about company and owner Tony Georgitsis ’92
EBRU Cable TV (East Coast) 10.05.13 Kenya Mall Terrorism, interviews Prof. Seth Weinberger
Puget Sound Business Journal 09.20.13 40 Under 40, for outstanding achievements, awardee Jesse Proudman ’07
TIME 09.19.13 Paying Kids to do Homework Can Backfire, quotes Prof. John Woodward
The News Tribune 09.16.13 Supreme Court’s Road Show, covers campus court visit