Can you believe that it has been 50 years since your time at Puget Sound? No doubt the memories you cherish make it feel like yesterday!
The year 2020 marks 50 years since graduating from this special place and we hope to have you join us for Summer Reunion Weekend, June 5-7, 2020.
This web page will allow us to reminisce on our college days as well as share where we are now. We look forward to your contributions through the survey button below!
What are some of your favorite memories of your time at Puget Sound?
"Dr. Prins Bus Law and TA for Niels Dahl." -Regina Glenn '70, MBA '71
"Classmates, fellow musicians, Adelphian trips, winning SING with my dorm mates." -Cheryl Ortega '70
"All the mix of folks and availability of professors." -Linda Lamb '70
"Adelphian Choir tours, especially my senior year when we toured England, Ireland & Scotland." -Julie Meuler '70
"Intimate chemistry talks at Professor Wesley Nigh's house with food and drink. Water skiing on the sound and skiing at Crystal Mtn" -Edward Galen '70
"Learning and performance opportunities." -Candace Campbell '70
"The friendships made with sorority sisters." -Molly Hampton '70, P'98, P'02
Who were your favorite Puget Sound faculty and/or staff? What made them your favorite?
"Madame Welden, Bill Colby, Miss Chubb. Mrs. Welden inspired me to continue studying and majoring in French. She was helpful during our semester abroad. Bill Colby was a great art teacher and taught me so much about watercolor and the creative process. Miss Chubb made art history come alive and made it fascinating. It was so much more meaningful then to go to Europe and see the originals in museums." - Carolyn Burt '70, M.Ed '88
"Dr. Bruce Rodgers, former Adelphian director. He was a dynamic and inspiring musician.
Tommy Goleeke, vocal music instructor, a caring and talented teacher." -Julie Meuler '70
"Don Duncan: PE, Swim Coach. Wesley Nigh: Chemistry. Doc T." -Edward Galen '70
"Tom Manning, Ric Tutor - both fantastic directors." -Candace Campbell '70
What additional thoughts do you have regarding the University of Puget Sound?
"When I left UPS I went into airport management, then independent Wildcat gas drilling, then Law Practice Mgmt, now real estate. I have racing sailboats nationally and Intl. Thanks UPS, I always had the confidence." - Tod McKelvy '70