Author Archives: jmkyoung

What is “The Game”?

After washing away her small-town roots, and becoming an environmental lawyer, Abby Williams is forced to return to her home town, Barrens, Indiana, for a case. She is tasked to investigate the town’s most high profile company: the economic heart … Continue reading

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From the Archives & Special Collections: Digital Collections: The Trail

Did you know that you can access almost every issue of The Trail online? Although a full physical collection lives in the Archives & Special Collections, this digital collection is a great resource for students who have trouble finding a … Continue reading

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How to survive “Trump’s” world

The Great Gasbag is the only survival guide you will be needing for the near future. The wonderful and comedic star of The View, Joy Behar, gives us a hilarious A-to-Z guide as she discusses what is wrong with the … Continue reading

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From the Archives & Special Collections: Shelf-Awareness

Greetings Loggers! Feel like you’ve been lacking some inspiration lately? Well, you can only blame your shelf! That is why I am here to spread some shelf-awareness about the art-landish art-ifacts we have on our shelves here in the Archives … Continue reading

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Being born with the tragic heart of a human…

The Roux family have learned that love makes you a fool through the generations. Foolish love seems to be a birthright with this family which cast the ominous fate to the recent twins: Ava and Henry Lavender. Henry is mute … Continue reading

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From the Archives and Special Collections: Don’t Throw it Away!

When I got assigned to work with the Ephemera collection I really had no idea what ‘ephemera’ was. Two years ago I was given the job of re-foldering, re-boxing, and scanning the University of Puget Sound Ephemera collection. It didn’t … Continue reading

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Who will get everything they deserve?

Amber Patterson is tired of being invisible and plain she deserves more–a life of money and power, she wants the life Daphne Parrish takes for granted. To everyone in Bishops Harbor, Connecticut, Daphne and her estate mogul husband, Jackson, are … Continue reading

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From the Archives & Special Collections: American Paradox

American Paradox: The Conflict of Thought and Action by Merle Curti is a book in the Archives and Special Collections about the tradition of anti-intellectualism in the United States. It highlights the ironic relationship between how America highly prioritizes education, … Continue reading

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Behind the Archives Door: Teaching with Primary Source Materials, Monday, November 13, 4 p.m., A&SC Seminar room, Collins Library

Archives & Special Collections Librarian Adriana Flores will discuss opportunities to use primary source materials from the Archives & Special  Collections in the classroom and for scholarly research by both faculty and students. Examples of how we have used archival … Continue reading

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Music in the Library: HARPISTS – Friday, December 1, 2017, 2:30 p.m., Library West Reading Room

Please join us! HARPISTS Friday, December 1, 2017 2:30-2:50 p.m. Library West Reading Room Performances by: Christina Sumprer and Ariane Farris For more information contact: libref@pugetsound.edu

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