Can you believe that it has been 40 years since your time at Puget Sound? No doubt the memories you cherish make it feel like it was just yesterday!
What are some of your favorite memories of your time at Puget Sound?
The amazing faculty, and the lifetime friendships made. – Alison Paradise `82
Interaction with other students socially, academically, and athletically. –Richard Milton `82
Opportunities to interact with members of the faculty in and outside of class. Friday night card games at Langlow House. Model UN trips to Eugene and Los Angeles. – Ken Willman `82
Pac Rim. Music Program (Symphonic Band). Freshman orientation activities. – Sally Campbell `82
Who were your favorite Puget Sound faculty and/or staff? What made them your favorite?
Loraine the cleaning lady in my dorm......she would chat with us. Dave Balem(sp).....energetic and engaging...arpad kadarkey....passion and fire. Hawkeye...unbelievable memory! – Jeanne Peterson `82
Leroy Annis - Unique and challenging; Suzanne Barnett - Detailed and Critical Thinking; Robert Albertson - Depth of thinking and life impact – Scott Mayes `82
Robert G. Albertson, Florence Sanders, Del Langbauer, Brian Swimme, Bruce Mann, Frank Cousens, Rabbi Rosenthal, John Magee. – Sally Campbell `82
Ron VanEnkevort, Dale Mueller, Michel Rocchi, Mike Veseth, Doug Goodman, Bruce Mann – Alison Paradise `82
What additional thoughts do you have regarding the University of Puget Sound?
UPS was an incredibly rich environment to transition from being a kid to an adult. I had so much fun doing that. I am grateful for my time there. – Richard Milton `82
Great experience. An important place in my life story. Beautiful campus and region. Meaningful learning. – Scott Mayes `82
I am a little biased as I teach at Puget Sound, but I can't imagine doing anything else any place else. I love the education we provide to students, and the campus, well, over 40 years it has only improved with age! – Alison Paradise `82