Can you believe that it has been 30 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?
Greek functions, studying at the library, eating at the SUB, football games. – Inger Custer `92Beating PLU in 1991 to go to the NAIA National Softball championship. Playing football in Todd Field, being a part of Pi Beta Phi, swimming in Todd pool, living in Smith Hall, where my sorority sisters lived, having a beautiful condominium with views of the sound and the Narrows bridge, and meeting lifelong friends!! – Ellen Skeeters-Stevens `92
Hanging out with my friends, going to the Cellar or to Campus Films - most of them were also on student government with me. – Kristen Spiese `92
Dancing in the Hui O Hawaii Luaus, sorority life, making lifelong friends, working in the CIAC office with Jackie Pearce-Droge, living in the Japanese Language House, volunteering with Kids Can Do! – Tina Masuda `92
Times with my fraternity brothers, having to run, organize and manage the fraternity and our house, great classes, beautiful campus, rush, camping trips, living on my own for the first time. – Daniel Marsh `92
Who were your favorite Puget Sound faculty and/or staff? What made them your favorite?
Jordan Brower was my favorite professor. He showed a genuine interest in his students, challenged us daily, and made the class fun. – Kristen Spiese `92
Suzanne Barnett. She was such an engaging excellent instructor, I learned so much from her! I loved her teaching methods. – Leslie Brown `92
Ann Neal, Suzanne Barnett. They are intelligent, caring, interesting, good role models. – Inger Custer `92