All It Takes is a Handshake

Alumni and students network at Alumni Sharing Knowledge Night

Arches

Fully Immersed

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

Arches

Good Advice

Logger alumni share their experiences mentoring the next generation

Arches

Beyond Theory

Exploring the intersection of music history and social justice

Arches

Up, Up, and Away

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

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 Orchard

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

Arches

Diving Into the Deep

Kelly Danielson M.O.T.'12 tackles open water with the first all-women team to win the Race to Alaska

Arches

In Pursuit of Peace

From Nigeria to Puget Sound, and back again, George Obiozor ’69 reflects on a life of diplomacy

Arches

Tuned In

Lestraundra Alfred ’11 created a wellness community and podcast for women of color

Arches

Helping Students Find Their Sea Legs

Matt Lonsdale ’08, M.A.T.'09 shares his love of science with kids

Arches

The Language We Share

Erin Guinup ’96 is bringing people together through song

Brew Master

Madeleine Longoria Garcia ’13 is making a name for herself—and Hawai`i-grown coffee

Arches

Giving Voice to Victims

Victims' rights expert Meg Garvin ’91 is helping victims of crime navigate the legal system

Arches

The Room Where the Stories Emerge

Sara Ramey ’05 is the driving force behind the Migrant Center for Human Rights

Straight From the Source

Entrepreneur Jordan Bremond ’10 shares how he got his start in the Business Leadership Program

Arches

Eye Opener

Art gallery owner Karen Jenkins-Johnson ’82 wants the world to see a broader palette

Arches

From a Puppy to Pillsy

Innovator Jeff LeBrun ’03 is making home health care easier, and saving lives in the process

Arches

Character Study

How Casey Sander ’79 got from minor league baseball to Puget Sound—and then to Hollywood

Arches

Running in the Opposite Direction

Ryan Chapman ’04 has a riot in his first novel, "Riots I Have Known"

Connecting the Dots

Students and alumni talk life beyond Puget Sound at annual networking event

Arches

Global Health Advocate

Ali Hoover ’13 advocates for family planning around the globe

Arches

All Together Now

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

Arches

Grit

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

Arches

The Cherry Trees

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

Arches

Bird by Bird

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

Arches

Preserving the Present

Adriana Flores ’13 on contemporizing the Puget Sound archives

Arches

Dear Graduates of Color

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

Arches

The Accidental Architect

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

Arches

A Rare Window of Time

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

Arches

Slaying the Monster of Social Anxiety

Adam Davis ’06 helps young people build social skills through gaming

Arches

The Power of Zines

Take a deeper look at our zine collection with humanities librarian Katy Curtis

Arches

The Accidental Architect

Casey Roloff ’95 imagined the town of his dreams—then he built it

Arches

The Rivers He Knows

Jonathan Blum ’06 has built a life of white-water adventure

Arches

Life in an Airstream

Peter Collins ’02 is living the Airstream life—and loving it

Arches

A Change of Heart

Sarah Webb ’12 is using her business expertise to impact women's health policy

Arches

The Long Game

Jim Mullinax ’90 is building the framework for a better world in China

Arches

Rooted to the World

Ravi Mantha ’94 brings new meaning to grassroots change with his organic farm-to-table café in India

Arches

A Wild Ride

Franny Gilman ’10 has taken her biology degree in some unexpected directions

Arches

Digital Historian

Rob Nelson ’95 uses modern-day technology to make sense of the past

Arches

Serving

Longtime restaurateur and neophyte politician Daniel Nguyen ’01 has a lot on his plate

Arches

Citizen of the Salmon World

In Alaska’s Bristol Bay, Lindsay Layland ’13 fishes for salmon and fights a threat to her livelihood

Arches

Playing to Learn

Tanya Saine Durand ’93 levels up the Tacoma Children's Museum

An Exercise in Innovation

Student teams compete to solve an alumni entrepreneur's business problem

Arches

One Load at a Time

Chet Selis ’18—and his Logger recruits at Loopie—want to help with your laundry

Arches

Connections: Good Alchemy

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

Arches

Common Ground

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

Arches

How to Bottle a Coconut

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

Arches

The Yellow House

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

Arches

The Science of Coffee

Hannah Johnson ’12 on the science of coffee

Arches

From Fleece to Fleek

Anna Bugge ’03 discusses her unexpected career as a stylist

Arches

Point of Pride

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

Arches

You Become a Different Person

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

Arches

Building Musical Bridges

Rhiannon Guevin ’12 makes connections through music, from Sitka to Puget Sound

First Iteration

Chris Porter ’19 created the Entrepreneurial Summit to connect students with alumni

Arches

Fast Track

After a serious injury, Clara Brown ’17 reinvented herself as a Paralympic cyclist

Arches

Chasing Myths

Dan Clements ’71, P'07 explores a second career as a wildlife photographer

Finding Balance

Justin Wagers ’17 turns a love of slacklining into an extreme sports performance business

Arches

Making Connections

Ben Reuler ’99 makes an impact by building a community of volunteers

Arches

Little City

The impact of high school principal Bernadette Ray ’99, M.A.T.’01 is felt throughout Tacoma

Arches

Archivist With a Cause

Media equity advocate Megan Mitchell ’12 directs attention to the obscure and undersung

Arches

Cloud Pleaser

With initiative + ingenuity, Margaret Dawson ’86 has snort-laughed her way to the top of the tech industry

Arches

An Assist for the Brain

Kenji Lee ’15 wants to help your brain—he hopes to use neuroscience to make better prosthetics

Arches

Moving

Alex Israel ’06 wants to make it easier to get from point A to point B

Arches

Playing It Forward

Maya Mendoza-Exstrom ’03 gets her kicks helping youth soccer

Beyond Billie

Logger alumni win 2020 Grammys for choral, classical works

Arches

The Drunken Tenor

His jobs disappeared, but this tenor is still singing: Robert McPherson ’91

All It Takes is a Handshake

Alumni and students network at Alumni Sharing Knowledge Night

Arches

All Together Now

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

Arches

Connections: Good Alchemy

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

Arches

Fully Immersed

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

Arches

Grit

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

Arches

Common Ground

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

Arches

Good Advice

Logger alumni share their experiences mentoring the next generation

Arches

The Cherry Trees

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

Arches

How to Bottle a Coconut

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

Arches

Beyond Theory

Exploring the intersection of music history and social justice

Arches

Bird by Bird

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

Arches

The Yellow House

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

Arches

Up, Up, and Away

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

Arches

Preserving the Present

Adriana Flores ’13 on contemporizing the Puget Sound archives

Arches

The Science of Coffee

Hannah Johnson ’12 on the science of coffee

Summer Reunion Weekend 2018

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

Arches

Dear Graduates of Color

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

Arches

From Fleece to Fleek

Anna Bugge ’03 discusses her unexpected career as a stylist

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

Arches

Point of Pride

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

Arches

The Orchard

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

Arches

A Rare Window of Time

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

Arches

You Become a Different Person

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

Arches

Diving Into the Deep

Kelly Danielson M.O.T.'12 tackles open water with the first all-women team to win the Race to Alaska

Arches

Slaying the Monster of Social Anxiety

Adam Davis ’06 helps young people build social skills through gaming

Arches

Building Musical Bridges

Rhiannon Guevin ’12 makes connections through music, from Sitka to Puget Sound

Arches

In Pursuit of Peace

From Nigeria to Puget Sound, and back again, George Obiozor ’69 reflects on a life of diplomacy

Arches

The Power of Zines

Take a deeper look at our zine collection with humanities librarian Katy Curtis

First Iteration

Chris Porter ’19 created the Entrepreneurial Summit to connect students with alumni

Arches

Tuned In

Lestraundra Alfred ’11 created a wellness community and podcast for women of color

Arches

The Accidental Architect

Casey Roloff ’95 imagined the town of his dreams—then he built it

Arches

Fast Track

After a serious injury, Clara Brown ’17 reinvented herself as a Paralympic cyclist

Arches

Helping Students Find Their Sea Legs

Matt Lonsdale ’08, M.A.T.'09 shares his love of science with kids

Arches

The Rivers He Knows

Jonathan Blum ’06 has built a life of white-water adventure

Arches

Chasing Myths

Dan Clements ’71, P'07 explores a second career as a wildlife photographer

Arches

The Language We Share

Erin Guinup ’96 is bringing people together through song

Arches

Life in an Airstream

Peter Collins ’02 is living the Airstream life—and loving it

Finding Balance

Justin Wagers ’17 turns a love of slacklining into an extreme sports performance business

Brew Master

Madeleine Longoria Garcia ’13 is making a name for herself—and Hawai`i-grown coffee

Arches

A Change of Heart

Sarah Webb ’12 is using her business expertise to impact women's health policy

Arches

Making Connections

Ben Reuler ’99 makes an impact by building a community of volunteers

Arches

Giving Voice to Victims

Victims' rights expert Meg Garvin ’91 is helping victims of crime navigate the legal system

Arches

The Long Game

Jim Mullinax ’90 is building the framework for a better world in China

Arches

Little City

The impact of high school principal Bernadette Ray ’99, M.A.T.’01 is felt throughout Tacoma

Arches

The Room Where the Stories Emerge

Sara Ramey ’05 is the driving force behind the Migrant Center for Human Rights

Arches

Rooted to the World

Ravi Mantha ’94 brings new meaning to grassroots change with his organic farm-to-table café in India

Arches

Archivist With a Cause

Media equity advocate Megan Mitchell ’12 directs attention to the obscure and undersung

Straight From the Source

Entrepreneur Jordan Bremond ’10 shares how he got his start in the Business Leadership Program

Arches

A Wild Ride

Franny Gilman ’10 has taken her biology degree in some unexpected directions

Arches

Cloud Pleaser

With initiative + ingenuity, Margaret Dawson ’86 has snort-laughed her way to the top of the tech industry

Arches

Eye Opener

Art gallery owner Karen Jenkins-Johnson ’82 wants the world to see a broader palette

Arches

Digital Historian

Rob Nelson ’95 uses modern-day technology to make sense of the past

Arches

An Assist for the Brain

Kenji Lee ’15 wants to help your brain—he hopes to use neuroscience to make better prosthetics

Arches

From a Puppy to Pillsy

Innovator Jeff LeBrun ’03 is making home health care easier, and saving lives in the process

Arches

Serving

Longtime restaurateur and neophyte politician Daniel Nguyen ’01 has a lot on his plate

Arches

Moving

Alex Israel ’06 wants to make it easier to get from point A to point B

Arches

Character Study

How Casey Sander ’79 got from minor league baseball to Puget Sound—and then to Hollywood

Arches

Citizen of the Salmon World

In Alaska’s Bristol Bay, Lindsay Layland ’13 fishes for salmon and fights a threat to her livelihood

Arches

Playing It Forward

Maya Mendoza-Exstrom ’03 gets her kicks helping youth soccer

Arches

Running in the Opposite Direction

Ryan Chapman ’04 has a riot in his first novel, "Riots I Have Known"

Arches

Playing to Learn

Tanya Saine Durand ’93 levels up the Tacoma Children's Museum

Beyond Billie

Logger alumni win 2020 Grammys for choral, classical works

Connecting the Dots

Students and alumni talk life beyond Puget Sound at annual networking event

An Exercise in Innovation

Student teams compete to solve an alumni entrepreneur's business problem

Arches

The Drunken Tenor

His jobs disappeared, but this tenor is still singing: Robert McPherson ’91

Arches

Global Health Advocate

Ali Hoover ’13 advocates for family planning around the globe

Arches

One Load at a Time

Chet Selis ’18—and his Logger recruits at Loopie—want to help with your laundry