Class of 2004
Can you believe that it has been 15 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?
"Passages is up there. I also loved the Leadership is Action Council, RHA, and RSA. And I loved being a TA for the beginning and advanced backpacking courses." - Jon Anscher '04, MAT '05
“The dorms, Gamma Phi Beta events, UPS in the spring, RDG, phenomenal professors/learning." - Amanda (Buhl) Shaw '04
"Pick-up basketball games at Warner Gym and the Fieldhouse. Singing with the Dorian Singers & Adelphians. Midnight homework breaks to walk to 7-11 for Slurpees or visit Denny's for milkshakes. Throwing the disc in the dark on Todd Field. Being an inaugural resident of Trimble Hall (and 2nd and 3rd years, too - great community setting). Interacting with the Faculty in Residence in Trimble (Cathal Woods). Wednesday morning biscuits and gravy at the SUB with friends. The Cellar. Watching RDG concerts and the luau. Actually, attending as many arts/cultural events as humanly possible between classes and homework. The Film and Theater Society rocked." - Wynne Scherf '04, MOT '05
Who were your favorite Puget Sound faculty and/or staff?
"Mary Turnbull- my adviser, my friend and supporter" - Kat (Griffin) Wong '04
"Peter Wimberger and Bill Haltom, because they were both accessible and friendly, as well as being outstanding teachers." - Elizabeth Muirhead '04
"Professor Betty Ragen - She was inspiring, compassionate yet appropriately critical to everything you did. She pushed students to find the greatness within themselves." - Megan Geldman '04
"Cathal Woods - down-to-earth, funny, interacted with and suported students outside of class, started the ultimate team at the school, engaged in philosophical conversations just for the joy of it. / Ron Stone - office always open, whether it was to talk about class or life issues. Supported me during a very difficult period in my life, when I was struggling with decisions about my course of study and my future. Patience and tireless kindness. Asked helpful critical questions. Steady, easygoing. / Jerry Yonkman - helped me develop as a musician, believed in me even though my musical background/experience was lacking, passionate about teaching and music, created beautiful art with the Adelphians. / / I interacted with many other excellent faculty and staff who I cared about deeply. These are just the three who especially stand out." - Wynne Scherf '04, MOT '05