Monthly Archives: January 2012

Snowpocalypse 2012

This winter break I took a much needed break from schoolwork and did… more work? I’m not going to grad school immediately after graduating and am applying for a handful of different jobs/internships to occupy my time post-graduation. Therefore, some … Continue reading

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Post-Grad Limbo

Graduate life is a very interesting thing indeed. For me, break was a much needed time to catch up on the sleep I missed during the last few months of school; two hours per night is not enough to survive … Continue reading

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Writing a Meta-Theatrical, Musical Murder Mystery (About Macbeth) Part 1

I started composing an original musical with my brother during my sophomore year of high school. The musical, Fight Call, is best described as a meta-theatrical murder mystery about Macbeth. (I kid, but it really is part murder mystery, part … Continue reading

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Introductions

My name is Billy Rathje, and I thought that I would start my first blog post by introducing myself. I am a freshman here at the University of Puget Sound. I plan to study English and Chemistry, and I am … Continue reading

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Snow day!

7 inches. That’s how much it snowed in Tacoma during our first week of classes for the Spring semester. If you don’t know about Western Washington’s history of snow, 7 inches is a lot. Enough to give us not one, … Continue reading

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The Last First Week, or, that time it snowed seven inches and everything closed for two days

The biggest snowstorm in recorded history (…or not) descended on Tacoma our very first week of school. After it snowed more snow than anyone could remember, everything froze so there two inches of ice on top of everything. Among other … Continue reading

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Think Greek?

[I believe we could do a better job as an institution at ‘marketing’ the reality of what our campus offers to its student body. This is not unusual for most colleges and universities across the country; marketing often takes place … Continue reading

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