Can you believe that it has been 45 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?
Cramming on the roof for finals, breaking into the music hall with Pam and Linda for an impromptu Begin the Beguine concert, frisbee on the Todd Hall quad, sitting in the President's house "forest" to study, living at the language house. – Bartley Hawkins `77
Adelphian Choir, jogging in the early morning, german classes, friends! – Freda Herseth `77
Getting to know the pacific NW with friends – Heather Shaw-Stillman `77
Who were your favorite Puget Sound faculty and/or staff? What made them your favorite?
Suzanne Barnett. She was my advisor and we still are in touch – Jody Gehrmann `77
The entire Music Department staff. And of course Hawkeye. – Steven Wehmhoff `77
Ernie Karlstrom - made "ontology recapitulates phylogeny" memorable & useful. Bev Pierson - helped inspire interest in life that is hard to see but fascinating, and added understanding of the need for careful lab work. Rob Garrett - totally inspired teaching of Irish literature helped give me a passion for literature and poetry of all kinds. Jeff Bland - Taught that all of science can be figured out by mere mortals reasoning from first principles. – Bartley Hawkins `77
What additional thoughts do you have regarding the University of Puget Sound?
UPS prepared me beautifully for everything that came afterward. The teachers were outstanding, their commitment to the students unwavering, and their love of knowledge infectious. I loved my friends there and think of them often, even if I am the worst correspondent! – Freda Herseth `77
I enjoyed my school years at UPS and have supported it via donations in the years since then. It is a school I would be happy to recommend it to prospective students. – Bartley Hawkins `77