Rain or shine (hopefully shine), Loggers and their families will take to Baker Stadium Sunday to celebrate years of hard work.
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The annual poster session at the meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology is always a great opportunity for students from the University of Puget Sound. It allows them to meet a variety of other students, scholars, and practitioners who share their interests, and today was no exception.
So this post is dedicated to the submerged state of panic buried beneath our smiles. Here’s a week in my life (two weeks ago, in fact) as a way of giving you a glimpse into the true college experience. Or, at least, my college experience. Spoiler warning: life is fairly mundane, which the post may also be.
Naturally, the minute I turned to go I started cracking up due to the absurdity of the situation. I have now befriended a goat and a llama but my circle of friends is severely lacking in humans. Next goal: have a conversation with something that actually talks back.
I’m not leaving Dublin just yet. I wanted to get that out there, just for complete honesty’s sake. I am, however, leaving Dublin very soon, and most of the students in my program left today. I am hitting up Rome for a few days, then dropping by Dublin again before I depart Europe entirely. I’m keeping sadness at bay by just looking at the town where I got to spent three and a half glorious, adve...