Can you believe that it has been 5 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?
Summer school after sophomore year was an amazing time where the limited amount of students who stayed on campus got to know each other well. – Katy Rosen `17
Studying in the library and Thompson Hall with friends at all hours of the day. Sitting in Oppenheimer Cafe during the rain. Going to the Cellar with friends after a concert or event. Passages, leading, and participating. – Amanda Johnson `17
Studying in Thompson and Harned, Relay for Life, lots of things. I have a lot of favorite memories from Puget Sound. – Ellica Spjut `17
Passages, dorm life, off-campus life, walking, biking, seminar classes, field trips, southwest semester. – Austin Schmalz `17
Who were your favorite Puget Sound faculty and/or staff? What made them your favorite?
Professor Bodine (math), taught me a lot about how to teach math enthusiastically which I think about all the time as a math teacher now. – Anna Werdel `17
Dan Sherman, Rachel DeMotts, Stuart Smithers, Peter Hodum. The breadth of discussion and field trips. – Austin Schmalz `17
Erin Colbert-White, Peter Hodum, Greg Johnson, Alyce DeMarais, Peter Wimberger, Dan Sherman, Nick Konto, Megan Gessel, Carrie Woods, Betsy Kirkpatrick, John Hanson, Justin Canny, and Marta Palmquist-Cady. I like all these people because I got along well with them, got to know them more personally, they were supportive and helpful, and they are great at what they do. – Amanda Johnson `17
What additional thoughts do you have regarding the University of Puget Sound?
Plan an affinity reunion (Adelphians, Greeks, Athletics, etc.), Mentor or provide career information for current students, Help recruit prospective students in your region, Plan events in your region. – Amanda Johnson `17
Contact classmates to share updates and encourage reunion attendance, Plan an affinity reunion (Adelphians, Greeks, Athletics, etc.), Contact classmates, to support the Alumni Fund, Mentor or provide career information for current students, Help recruit prospective students in your region. – Kyla Werdel `17