Arches is the alumni magazine of Puget Sound, serving more than 40,000 Loggers worldwide.
Guided by the intellectually curious and humanist values of the liberal arts, Arches strives to capture and convey the ethos of the college through stories that are relevant to the times we are living in and that amplify the voices and experiences of Loggers in an effort to foster understanding and fuel connection within our community and beyond.
Students use math, geography, and other disciplines to examine the way electoral maps are drawn.
In the classroom, in the choir, in a children’s book, in a documentary: Tina Huynh is always finding new ways to preserve and share the importance of music.
Austin Glock ’23 spent his nights last summer in the Puget Sound observatory atop Thompson Hall, looking for planets outside our solar system.
$10 million commitment is the biggest single gift in Puget Sound’s history.
Chinese language and culture instructor Lo Sun "Lotus" Perry shares the origins and traditions of the Lunar New Year
These books really pop.
Madyson Willoughby ’19 used her business degree to start a vintage clothing shop in Tacoma.
Michael Pili Pang ’84 preserves the indigenous art form of hula by teaching it to others.
Erin Peterson ’00, DPT’03 balances her primary job as a physical therapist in Seattle with a side hustle as a softball umpire.
Matt Loewen ’08 puts his Puget Sound education to work studying active volcanoes.
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