Loggers, Take Up Your Axes

How the Forestry Club got into competitive timbersports

Arches

Reflections on the Watson Fellowship

Puget Sound Watson Fellows reflect on their experiences as part of an Arches special edition

Creatures You Can Only Find in WA

Fact or fiction, our list of seven legendary creatures just might keep you up at night

The Future Belongs to All of Us

Campus and community celebrate Tacoma's Human Rights Commission

Arches

Point of Pride

How a few courageous students led a Tacoma Pride movement on campus that spread across the city

Arches

Beyond Theory

Exploring the intersection of music history and social justice

Arches

Connections: Good Alchemy

Taylor Woodruff ’12 is reaching Tacoma's youth through skateboarding

Take Five

Students turn spring break into a social justice master class

Rethinking Take Back the Night

Students take the lead against sexual violence prevention and education on campus

Arches

Common Ground

Mushawn Knowles ’20 traces his journey from McCarver Park to Puget Sound

The Creatures of Commencement Bay

A night of hands-on learning at Slater Museum of Natural History

That’s a Wrap

Logger student-athletes come together to make the holidays brighter for local families in need

Finding Magic at the Moon Festival

Jane Marie ’18, Gabe ’18, and Zoe ’20 share their insights and experiences

Arches

Inside the Brain of Scott Bateman ’86

Julianne Bell ’13 talks to Scott Bateman about his new film

Arches

You Become a Different Person

Stories of challenge + transformation from Arches' special edition on 50 years of the Watson Fellowship

Arches

The Beta Coders

Tech-savvy students are on a mission to diversify computer science through tutoring

Still Dreaming of Equality

Eddie Moore Jr. captivates the audience at 32nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

Arches

Andy Rex: Information is Physical

Get a glimpse of how a physics professor sees the world

Arches

Field Trip in a Box

How the Slater Museum of Natural History is bringing science to kids

Arches

The Orchard

A tribute to trailblazers and community leaders Mary Louise Curran ’36 and Charles Curran ’35

Raising the Roof

Students build a tiny house to help reduce homelessness

The Art of the Lemon Tart

Puget Sound Women's League revives beloved tradition to celebrate 50th Fieldhouse Flea Market

My Friend, the Algorithm

Research by Jessica Chan Ugalde ’18 combines philosophy and computer science

Arches

Dear Graduates of Color

Part love letter, part rallying cry, an anthem for the Class of 2018

Arches

How to Bottle a Coconut

Ben Minges ’11 gets real with business students about the entrepreneur's life

Moss Goggles

Summer research gives biology students a close-up view of the field

Arches

This Is the Place

Connecting the work of a university with the lives of people in its community

Getting a Beer With Voldemort

Visiting philosophy professor Neal Tognazzini on the ethics of being judgmental

Arches

We Are Many

Posse Scholars at Puget Sound are changing the face of leadership

Arches

Fully Immersed

Evan Eurs ’18 puts compassion into action as an intern with the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

Saving the Symphony

Entrepreneurial students tackle the "thorny problem" of declining audiences at the symphony

Arches

Going Polar

A new curriculum module allows students to analyze + explore climate change data in real time

Artscapes

Sophia Munic's soft sculptures help build community through art

Bird Nerd

Seeing campus through the binoculars of resident birder Will Brooks ’20

Arches

Good Advice

Logger alumni share their experiences mentoring the next generation

Arches

The Accidental Architect

Jeff Strong ’76, P’11, P’13 on decades of innovation at Puget Sound

Summer Elevated

New program for second-year students focuses on self-discovery through internships

Arches

If Monkeys Could Talk

The Bioethics Club explores the ethics of animal consciousness

Arches

A Rare Window of Time

Stories of adventure + moments of truth from Arches' special edition on the Watson Fellowship

Arches

Up, Up, and Away

Edward Horne ’70 on his 44-year career as a pilot and role model to kids

Arches

The Cherry Trees

Campus rededicates beloved cherry trees to honor and remember a painful moment in university history

Eco Warriors

Students from the Cascade Climate Network join forces to fight climate change

Summer in the Wet Lab

How Caleb Van Boven ’19 is making a scientific contribution through summer research

Making It in the Makerspace

Students and faculty members try out the new dedicated space to create, invent, and explore

Arches

Setting Mother Goose Loose

Dive into "Old World" literature through a digital humanist's obsession with nursery rhymes

Arches

Preserving the Present

Adriana Flores ’13 on contemporizing the Puget Sound archives

Staying Out of Hot Water

Student researchers investigate what motivates their classmates to take shorter, cooler showers

Arches

Grit

Endurance cyclist Lael Wilcox ’08 builds a culture of adventure + perseverance among girls in Alaska

Arches

Field School Remix

How Professor Gareth Barkin created a study abroad program that blew his students' minds

Arches

All Together Now

Jess K. Smith ’05 brings the ARTBARN theater residency to campus

Molding More Than Clay

Ceramics instructor Jonathan Steele ’14 takes a hands-on approach to figurative portraits

Diversity in the Tech Industry

Maxine Williams joins campus members for a discussion on access, relatability, and aspiration

Arches

Bird by Bird

Seabirds have taken Andrew Titmus ’06 to the ends of the Earth and back

Get Oriented

View our photo gallery to see how first-year students make lasting connections

Arches

Fifty Years of the Watson Fellowship

An introduction to the autumn 2018 Arches special edition from the editor

Reacting to the Past

During class students become ancient Athenians and Spartans, reliving—and rewriting—history

Spreading the Aloha Spirit

Students share Hawaiian history and culture at annual spring lu`au

Summer Reunion Weekend 2018

Experience reunion through the photos and posts of Loggers who were there

Justice Is Not Easy

Two Washington Supreme Court justices visit an ethics class

Donn Marshall

Longtime campus psychologist reflects on 30 years of listening, one student at a time

All It Takes is a Handshake

Alumni and students network at Alumni Sharing Knowledge Night

Arches

From Fleece to Fleek

Anna Bugge ’03 discusses her unexpected career as a stylist

McCarver Day

What a fish brain can teach local fifth-graders about college

Arches

The Yellow House

Meet three staff members helping to build a culture of equity and inclusion on campus

A Long and Storied History

Mayor Victoria Woodards and Prof. Dexter Gordon preserve Tacoma's civil rights narratives

Arches

The Science of Coffee

Hannah Johnson ’12 on the science of coffee

Arches

Reflections From the Pacific Rim

Claire ’19 and Indigo ’19 check in to share moments of discovery from PacRim 2017–18

The Art of the Lemon Tart

Puget Sound Women's League revives beloved tradition to celebrate 50th Fieldhouse Flea Market

Arches

Setting Mother Goose Loose

Dive into "Old World" literature through a digital humanist's obsession with nursery rhymes

Loggers, Take Up Your Axes

How the Forestry Club got into competitive timbersports

My Friend, the Algorithm

Research by Jessica Chan Ugalde ’18 combines philosophy and computer science

Arches

Preserving the Present

Adriana Flores ’13 on contemporizing the Puget Sound archives

Arches

Reflections on the Watson Fellowship

Puget Sound Watson Fellows reflect on their experiences as part of an Arches special edition

Arches

Dear Graduates of Color

Part love letter, part rallying cry, an anthem for the Class of 2018

Staying Out of Hot Water

Student researchers investigate what motivates their classmates to take shorter, cooler showers

Creatures You Can Only Find in WA

Fact or fiction, our list of seven legendary creatures just might keep you up at night

Arches

How to Bottle a Coconut

Ben Minges ’11 gets real with business students about the entrepreneur's life

Arches

Grit

Endurance cyclist Lael Wilcox ’08 builds a culture of adventure + perseverance among girls in Alaska

The Future Belongs to All of Us

Campus and community celebrate Tacoma's Human Rights Commission

Moss Goggles

Summer research gives biology students a close-up view of the field

Arches

Field School Remix

How Professor Gareth Barkin created a study abroad program that blew his students' minds

Arches

Point of Pride

How a few courageous students led a Tacoma Pride movement on campus that spread across the city

Arches

This Is the Place

Connecting the work of a university with the lives of people in its community

Arches

All Together Now

Jess K. Smith ’05 brings the ARTBARN theater residency to campus

Arches

Beyond Theory

Exploring the intersection of music history and social justice

Getting a Beer With Voldemort

Visiting philosophy professor Neal Tognazzini on the ethics of being judgmental

Molding More Than Clay

Ceramics instructor Jonathan Steele ’14 takes a hands-on approach to figurative portraits

Arches

Connections: Good Alchemy

Taylor Woodruff ’12 is reaching Tacoma's youth through skateboarding

Arches

We Are Many

Posse Scholars at Puget Sound are changing the face of leadership

Diversity in the Tech Industry

Maxine Williams joins campus members for a discussion on access, relatability, and aspiration

Take Five

Students turn spring break into a social justice master class

Arches

Fully Immersed

Evan Eurs ’18 puts compassion into action as an intern with the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project

Arches

Bird by Bird

Seabirds have taken Andrew Titmus ’06 to the ends of the Earth and back

Rethinking Take Back the Night

Students take the lead against sexual violence prevention and education on campus

Saving the Symphony

Entrepreneurial students tackle the "thorny problem" of declining audiences at the symphony

Get Oriented

View our photo gallery to see how first-year students make lasting connections

Arches

Common Ground

Mushawn Knowles ’20 traces his journey from McCarver Park to Puget Sound

Arches

Going Polar

A new curriculum module allows students to analyze + explore climate change data in real time

Arches

Fifty Years of the Watson Fellowship

An introduction to the autumn 2018 Arches special edition from the editor

The Creatures of Commencement Bay

A night of hands-on learning at Slater Museum of Natural History

Artscapes

Sophia Munic's soft sculptures help build community through art

Reacting to the Past

During class students become ancient Athenians and Spartans, reliving—and rewriting—history

That’s a Wrap

Logger student-athletes come together to make the holidays brighter for local families in need

Bird Nerd

Seeing campus through the binoculars of resident birder Will Brooks ’20

Spreading the Aloha Spirit

Students share Hawaiian history and culture at annual spring lu`au

Finding Magic at the Moon Festival

Jane Marie ’18, Gabe ’18, and Zoe ’20 share their insights and experiences

Arches

Good Advice

Logger alumni share their experiences mentoring the next generation

Summer Reunion Weekend 2018

Experience reunion through the photos and posts of Loggers who were there

Arches

Inside the Brain of Scott Bateman ’86

Julianne Bell ’13 talks to Scott Bateman about his new film

Arches

The Accidental Architect

Jeff Strong ’76, P’11, P’13 on decades of innovation at Puget Sound

Justice Is Not Easy

Two Washington Supreme Court justices visit an ethics class

Arches

You Become a Different Person

Stories of challenge + transformation from Arches' special edition on 50 years of the Watson Fellowship

Summer Elevated

New program for second-year students focuses on self-discovery through internships

Donn Marshall

Longtime campus psychologist reflects on 30 years of listening, one student at a time

Arches

The Beta Coders

Tech-savvy students are on a mission to diversify computer science through tutoring

Arches

If Monkeys Could Talk

The Bioethics Club explores the ethics of animal consciousness

All It Takes is a Handshake

Alumni and students network at Alumni Sharing Knowledge Night

Still Dreaming of Equality

Eddie Moore Jr. captivates the audience at 32nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration

Arches

A Rare Window of Time

Stories of adventure + moments of truth from Arches' special edition on the Watson Fellowship

Arches

From Fleece to Fleek

Anna Bugge ’03 discusses her unexpected career as a stylist

Arches

Andy Rex: Information is Physical

Get a glimpse of how a physics professor sees the world

Arches

Up, Up, and Away

Edward Horne ’70 on his 44-year career as a pilot and role model to kids

McCarver Day

What a fish brain can teach local fifth-graders about college

Arches

Field Trip in a Box

How the Slater Museum of Natural History is bringing science to kids

Arches

The Cherry Trees

Campus rededicates beloved cherry trees to honor and remember a painful moment in university history

Arches

The Yellow House

Meet three staff members helping to build a culture of equity and inclusion on campus

Arches

The Orchard

A tribute to trailblazers and community leaders Mary Louise Curran ’36 and Charles Curran ’35

Eco Warriors

Students from the Cascade Climate Network join forces to fight climate change

A Long and Storied History

Mayor Victoria Woodards and Prof. Dexter Gordon preserve Tacoma's civil rights narratives

Raising the Roof

Students build a tiny house to help reduce homelessness

Summer in the Wet Lab

How Caleb Van Boven ’19 is making a scientific contribution through summer research

Arches

The Science of Coffee

Hannah Johnson ’12 on the science of coffee

Making It in the Makerspace

Students and faculty members try out the new dedicated space to create, invent, and explore

Arches

Reflections From the Pacific Rim

Claire ’19 and Indigo ’19 check in to share moments of discovery from PacRim 2017–18