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Virtual backgrounds of campus scenes for your next Zoom meeting? Coloring sheets, featuring Grizz, to help keep the kiddos busy? A curated playlist of songs that remind Loggers of campus? Recipes to make some of your favorite dishes from The Diner at home? We’ve got you covered. As Loggers come together (virtually) during the pandemic, visit pugetsound.edu/wegotthisloggers and watch Puget Sound social media for fun challenges and digital swag. Share what you’re doing to stay home, stay positive, and stay sane with #WeGotThisLoggers!
The campus community figured out how to make the best of a decidedly difficult situation. In a March 12 email to the campus community and parents, President Isiaah Crawford said, “Loggers are creative, resilient and adaptable in the face of change. I am confident that we will weather these challenging circumstances with grace and fortitude.”
Michael Purdy ’76, M.B.A.’79 still owns a copy of his favorite book from childhood, Facts About the Presidents. He didn’t pursue a career as a historian, but he never lost his passion for presidential history. Now retired from a career as a procurement manager, he’s found the time to write extensively on the subject, including a 2019 book, 101 Presidential Insults: What They Really Thought About Each Other—and What It Means to Us. We asked him for perspective on the 2020 race.