Can you believe that it has been 21 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?
"Watching The X-Files at midnight in Todd Hall during freshmen year! Todd Hall flooding freshmen year! Watching on-campus movies in hard lecture seats! The Halloween chemistry magic show! The graduation clap-out!" - Kim Renderos '01
"Living in a house off-campus with friends, playing on the soccer team, attending Lighthouse gatherings and being part of a small group." - Julie Louis '01
"Senior year, living in University Hall, in the room above the main door. My best friends lived on my floor, and myriad memories were made." - Francesco Ortenzo '01, MAT '05
"Hiking and ski trips with friends." - Paul Allen '01
"Several musicians lived on the same floor my freshman year and put together an improvised jam session. By happenstance several friends all ended up on the same floor in our Junior year, so we just left the door open and people were always coming by to hang out. Watching movies for a film class late at night in the library. Just hanging out on the lawn on those beautiful days before the end of the school year." - Andy Smith '01
Who were your favorite Puget Sound faculty and/or staff? What made them your favorite?
"Terry Mace and John Lear - approachable, knowledgeable and fun." - Jessie Salway '01
"Connie Hale in English for challenging her students to question our assumptions. Douglas Cannon in Philosophy for supporting my professional growth and development and encouraging me to pursue my dreams." - Sarah Scott '01
"Suzanne Barnett. She was the perfect mix of supportive and challenging and lead the most interesting, focused classes." - Andy Smith '01
"Martin Jackson, Sigrun Bodine, Andy Rex, Alan Thorndike, Aileen Kane, Arleen Holt." - Paul Allen '01
"Professor Priti Joshi inspired my current profession. Professors Hans Ostrom and Wayne Rickoll were the best joint advisors. Loved all of the ladies in the sub!" - Kim Renderos '01
"Robin Foster." - Page McGill '01
"John McCuistion, Bill Baarsma and Thomas Schiller." - Scott Bennett '01
"Bob Matthews and Jerry Kerrick. They were intelligent, genuinely fun to be around, and they cared about me as both a student and as a human being." - Francesco Ortenzo '01, MAT '05
What additional thoughts do you have regarding the University of Puget Sound?
"I love Puget Sound! Stay well, everyone!" - Kim Renderos '01