Logger Day Challenge is a day of pride, philanthropy, and an opportunity to engage with the very heart of the organization – students, faculty, and staff. We hope to see you on Tuesday, March 9th for these featured events.
Come Together (Virtually) for 2021
- Student Panel, 12:00-12:30pm PST
- The Idea of Wine with Professor Pierre Ly, 5:00-6:00pm (registration required)
More information below.
Student Panel, moderated by Joel Hefty ’86, 12:00pm PST
What is life like for students on campus this semester? How are students balancing their safety with the Puget Sound experience? Join Alumni Chair and panel moderator Joel Hefty ’86 for a Logger Day Challenge student panel. Your questions will be answered first-hand from our featured student panelists.
Lars Defty ’21, a communications studies and German double major from Oak Park, California. Lars is the cofounder of the Puget Sound Grill Tennis Club, a racket sport involving a barbeque grill, if you can believe that.
Greta Stellrecht ’22, a molecular and cellular biology major and Spanish minor from Loveland, Colorado. Greta is following the pre-med track and is excited about pursuing an advanced degree after graduation.
A.J. Oto ’22, a biochemistry major from Livermore, California. A.J. is the Kustos for Sigma Chi.
The Idea of Wine with Professor Pierre Ly, 5:00 pm PST
Through wine you can see and experience the world, but what is the truth behind this complicated and contested beverage? Come and learn more about the political, social, and economic forces that impact and influence the world of wine while you enjoy a glass of your choosing. We will be discovering these connections with Pierre Ly, Professor and Director, International Political Economy, at a virtual wine event hosted on Logger Day Challenge, March 9th, 2021, at 5 pm PST.