Welcome Back, Loggers!

Welcome Back, Loggers!

On this page you'll find memories shared by the Class of 1999, 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!


Class of 1999

Can you believe that it has been 20 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?

"Living in Anderson Langdon we bonded over birthday parties and potlucks.  During early morning crew practice we watched the steam rise off the water as we listened to the rhythm of the oars hitting the water. Late night study sessions with phone calls to pizza time for more sustenance. Visiting professors at their houses for dinner discussions. Living the night life with the girls of Theta. Meeting one of my dearest friends at the freshman welcome picnic." - Noelle Detrich-Eaton '99

"Dorm life, meeting lifelong friends, relationships with professors, working in the ceramics studio, enjoying the beautiful campus, going to Magoos on Thursdays senior year." - Heather Cunningham '99

"hanging out in the dorm lounge; Ad-Ed Activities; walking around Tacoma; working grave shift on Security; reading The Trail; Passages canoe trip" - Amanda (Kulesz) Sanders '99

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

"Dave Balaam.  Smart, funny, engaging.  A heck of a guy." - Heather Cunningham '99

"Kent Hooper and Herr Tinsley- both shared their deep love for German culture and made learning the language really fun!" Kristin (Rollins) Menzie '99

"Nancy Bristow is the most amazing professor. She made history come to life. She made every historical event relevant. She challenged our thinking and pushed each of us to do our best. As a teacher myself, I am amazed by how Nancy inspired her students.  Michel made life as a French major challenging but enjoyable. He made sure to keep us laughing." - Noelle Detrich-Eaton '99

"Denise Despres - the first class I ever felt challenged by.  I learned so much in her classes. / John Dickson - great mentor, explained things in a way that made so much sense" - Amanda (Kulesz) Sanders '99