Can you believe that it has been 50 years since your time at Puget Sound? No doubt, the memories you cherish make it feel like yesterday!

What are some of your favorite memories of your time at Puget Sound?

Meeting folks within our own program and learning from them.  Formed lots of friendships. – Fran Jones `72.

Going to Greece for the 1970 Winterim and reading Kanzantzakis' The Odyssey, A Modern Sequel.  Taking Asian Philosophy with Dr. Langbauer and a Winterim course on Sartre with Dr. Cousens.  Going to the UPS Library to study art books. – Janine Tabor `72

Who were your favorite Puget Sound faculty and/or staff? What made them your favorite?

Dr. Francis Cousens, for his formidable intellect. Dr. Del Langbauer for his compassion and insight.  Dr. Regester for his excellent lectures. – Janine Tabor `72

Dr. Prins of course, great help to us Dutch exchange students and a good course by him called Principles of Salesmanship. – Hans Cox `72

Booth Gardner. He cared deeply about education, but moreover about life after education. – Dennis Long `72

What additional thoughts do you have regarding the University of Puget Sound?

I consider myself extremely fortunate to have been able to attend UPS and receive an outstanding education. Class sizes were always small and most classes were taught by outstanding faculty. My UPS years were the happiest years of my life. – Janine Tabor `72

I'm grateful for the support and education I received at the University of Puget Sound. It enabled me to live a meaningful, rewarding life as a newspaper journalist and author. – Bill Graves `72

My Training and experience at the School of Occupational Therapy were superb!! From that base, I was privileged to work for 35 + years in O.T. serving infants, children, and their parents, in Schools and Hospital Pediatrics.It was the career I was meant to be in. – Fran Jones `72