Welcome Back, Loggers!

Welcome Back, Loggers!

On this page you'll find memories shared by the Class of 1989, so we welcome you to take a trip down memory lane and contribute to the class discussion! We are looking forward to welcoming you back to campus in June!

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Class of 1989

Can you believe that it has been 30 years since your time at Puget Sound? No doubt the memories you cherish make it feel like yesterday!

This June, join fellow Loggers from your Puget Sound days for Summer Reunion Weekend 2019!

What are some of your favorite memories?

"PacRim of course - the lessons learned as an officer in Greek organization - the influence of all those bright, motivated, thoughtful people on the person I have become." - Renee (Ackermann) Brooks '89

"Finding a subject that I was passionate about and meeting others that felt the same way. / Sitting by the Thompson fountain studying on those occasional sunny days. / Meeting and being courted by my husband." - Cynthia (Rawlings) Gibson '89

"Going to E-9 after anatomy tests, weekend trips to Seattle, just doing stuff with my friends...oh, and I can't forget the pink building (aka the OT/PT building)!" - Denise (Dandurand) Ribail '89

Who were your favorite Puget Sound faculty and/or staff?

"Bill Breitenbach - He was extraordinary knowledgeable but also personable and a great teacher." - David Harlan '89

"Ron Stone--he just really connected with you.  He was always available to help, and was truly concerned about how you were doing.  And he was fun! /  / Shelby Clayson-- one smart lady.  You could tell she really loved teaching.  Would love to sit in on her neurology class (if she was still there) again and just listen." - Denise (Dandurand) Ribail '89

"I was able to benefit from the wisdom and dedication of all my instructors.  I don't think I had a class I dreaded going to, but due to the circumstances of the Pac-Rim experience, I would say I felt closest to the leader of my '87-'88 group, Michael Drompp." - Paul Uyehara '89   

"Susan Barnes, Chris Ives, and Judy Tyson.  They led by example, taught me to think critically and independently, and to open myself up to new ideas and experiences." - Renee (Ackermann) Brooks '89