Curated by Black Panther Party Archivist and Historian Bill X Jennings, Louder than Words: A Portrait of the Black Panther Movement focuses on the Party’s social justice and community programs. The Collins Memorial Library exhibit features a broad range of artifacts, including original pamphlets, newspapers, memorabilia and copies of the books on the Panther reading list.
The Black Panther Party was founded in Oakland, California, by Bobby Seale and Huey P. Newton while they attended college. Motivated…
Got extra dining dollars? Donate to those in need! Donations benefit St. Leo Food Connection’s Children’s Programs. These programs include their Backpack Program, Break Bags, and Summer Meals which support the 25% of Washington children who live in households that struggle to put enough food on the table.
Celebrate! Puget Sound students share their talents in jobs on campus and in the community. Part-time jobs provide students with important work experience and career exploration opportunities.
Support students’ career development! Encourage off-campus employers to post job and internship opportunities at pugetsound.edu/HireStudents.
It’s Major League Baseball season, and that means Rob Garratt, author of Home Team: The Turbulent History of the San Francisco Giants, is returning to home base—for just long enough to give a talk on his favorite topic: baseball.
The acclaimed new book by the Puget Sound professor emeritus has led to invitations for him to give talks around the country on this 60th anniversary of the year when the New York Giants, and the iconic Willie Mays, moved to San Francisco. It was a tough transition in 1958…
Logger alumni Chris Smith and Andy Crosby will be previewing their personal finance app, I Am Net Worthy, and accompanying e-book series. Although it was created with millennials in mind, I Am Net Worthy is designed to make financial independence accessible for everyone, regardless of their current situation. Join Chris, Andy, and Four Horsemen Investments for pre-launch access to the app, tips for achieving financial freedom, and free pizza! Remember to bring your phone or computer!
Seniors from the School of Business and Leadership will present short introductions to their thesis research.
Catholic students, faculty members, and staff members are invited to a weekly meet-up to connect and hang out and see what Catholic community on campus might become. Bring your lunch and come once or come every week! Sponsored by the Center for Intercultural and Civic Engagement (CICE).
Join us for a free community health fair, hosted by the Schools of Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy to celebrate the finish of our spring onsite teaching clinics. There will be representatives from local organizations with information about health resources and support networks, and fun activities for kids. Free dental screenings are also available on a first-come, first-served basis.