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Winter 2021

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Features

Taking His Time: After a decade behind the scenes in the music industry, Eric Mercer Jr. ’10 steps into the spotlight.

Taking His Time
After a decade behind the scenes in the music industry, Eric Mercer Jr. ’10 steps into the spotlight.

Notes from the Road: Artist, mother, traveler, adventurer.Artist Abby Williams Hill paints a portrait of the American West through her prolific journals, now digitized in the university collection. Notes from the Road
Artist Abby Williams Hill paints a portrait of the American West through her prolific journals, now digitized in the university collection.

Risky Business: Former CIA analyst Sarah Carlson ’02 recounts how a college internship led to a career in intelligence and counterterrorism. Risky Business
Former CIA analyst Sarah Carlson ’02 recounts how a college internship led to a career in intelligence and counterterrorism.

Departments

From the President From the President
Isiaah Crawford on COVID-19, the Biden administration, and the outlook for Puget Sound
Dispatches Dispatches
Goings-on around campus 
Connections Connections
Three students create community resources for Washington’s LGBTQ residents.
Psychology professor David Moore on young parents and the myth of the deadbeat dad Q&A
Psychology professor David Moore on young parents and the myth of the deadbeat dad
Explorations Explorations
What is college during a pandemic really like? First-year students give it to us straight.

Classmates

Class Notes Class Notes
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In Memoriam In Memoriam
Honoring the legacies of Loggers who have passed.
T’wina Nobles ’06, M.A.T.’07 joins the Senate; John Monroe ’79 mentors local high school students; fifth-grade teacher Bryan Johnson ’96, M.A.T.’97 keeps his students engaged; Kevin Nguyen ’09 accidentally writes a novel; and longtime PacRim director Elisabeth Benard shares a gift from PacRim alumni Profiles
T’wina Nobles ’06, M.A.T.’07 joins the Senate; John Monroe ’79 mentors local high school students; fifth-grade teacher Bryan Johnson ’96, M.A.T.’97 keeps his students engaged; Kevin Nguyen ’09 accidentally writes a novel; and longtime PacRim director Elisabeth Benard shares a gift from PacRim alumni

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