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Autumn 2019: Doers, Thinkers, and Leaders

Loggers make their way through the world with a confidence born of a clear sense of purpose and a call to lead. Unsatisfied with the status quo, they nurture a fundamental desire to build upon what is and embrace what could be. They are impatient for things to be better. For society to be better. For people to be better. For gluten-free brownies to be better. And when problems arise—injustices, inefficiencies, inadequacies—they’re the first in line with solutions, unafraid to ask “Why?” before asking “What if?” and “Why not?”

In this issue, our third in a series exploring the meaning of success, we pick the brains of the innovators, those whose focus on the future is unwavering—and whose vision of it is changing the way we interact with the world.

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Autumn 2019

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Features

Cloud Pleaser: An executive without an office? That, and her love for Mustangs, tells you a lot about Margaret Dawson '86.

Cloud Pleaser
An executive without an office? That, and her love for Mustangs, tells you a lot about Margaret Dawson '86.
Digital Historian: Rob Nelson '95 uses modern-day technology to make sense of the past. Digital Historian
Rob Nelson '95 uses modern-day technology to make sense of the past.
Eye Opener: Art gallery owner Karen Jenkins-Johnson '82 wants the world to see a broader palette. Eye Opener
Art gallery owner Karen Jenkins-Johnson '82 wants the world to see a broader palette.
Start Me Up: Meet seven Puget Sound entrepreneurs who are blazing new paths, from bitcoin to ice pops. Start Me Up
Meet seven Puget Sound entrepreneurs who are blazing new paths, from bitcoin to ice pops.

Departments

Dispatches Dispatches
Goings-on around campus. 
President's Book Club: Demographics and the Demand for Higher Education. On the need to adapt and take risks. President's Book Club
Demographics and the Demand for Higher Education
Explorations: A Wild Ride Explorations
Franny Gilman '10 has taken her biology degree in unexpected directions.
Connections: Summer School Connections
Students study lazy genes, cow eyeballs, and social history with Captain America.
Jill Nealey-Moore: The VP of People Q&A
The VP of People: Jill Nealey-Moore takes her pscychology know-how to a tech startup.

Classmates

Class Notes Class Notes
Your paper-and-ink networking site since 1929—now online!
In Memoriam In Memoriam
Honoring the legacies of Loggers who have passed.
Kenji Lee '15 wants to help your brain Profiles
Kenji Lee '15 wants to help your brain; Jeff LeBrun '03, the man behind Pillsy.

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