This year students secured prestigious national fellowships and scholarships for post-graduate study, including Fulbright, Watson, Goldwater, and others.
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LinkedIn is a powerful tool for professional networking and I regularly encourage Puget Sound students to use it for a variety of reasons. Although I’m a fan of the site, I do have one pet peeve: the generic request to connect. The folks at LinkedIn have made it extremely easy to connect. Too easy.
Like two pieces of floating wood when we first arrived in India, we tied ourselves together and turned headlong into the open and unknown seas. As our main sail caught the wind, together we picked up speed and stability as we navigated the uncharted waters. Together we learned how to safely cross an Indian street, which eventually lead to learning how to safely jump on and off a moving bus.
Students for a Sustainable Campus and Dining Conference Services partnered to present the water bottle sculpture as part of the Why Bottled Water campaign on campus. The water bottle sculpture is designed to provide an estimate of how much plastic waste students produce on a daily basis.
Originally designed to prevent Commodore Perry’s trade fleet from entering Tokyo in 1853, Odaiba now offers dozens of attractions to beckon visitors from across Tokyo Bay with experimental video game experiences and posh fashion boutiques. Strange, that an island bearing the Japanese name for “cannon,” created for the sole purpose of keeping out foreigners, should end up a major center for touri...