Monthly Archives: April 2012

Theatre at Puget Sound!

I realize that while I have blogged about theatre in the Pacific Northwest, I have not yet blogged at all about theatre here on campus at the University of Puget Sound. After seeing a series of excellent Senior Theatre Festival … Continue reading

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15 Days

15 days. [forgive me while I stare at that number for a few moments] In 15 days, I will graduate from the University of Puget Sound, barring some unforeseen catastrophe. In 15 days, I will have to say goodbye to … Continue reading

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Spring, Social Sciences, and Summing-Up

So much has happened since my last post! I blinked and the second half of senior year has FLOWN by. Only a week and a half of class left. Only three weeks left in total at Puget Sound. A few … Continue reading

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The question of grad school

Now that I have told you about how I became interested in studying art history and Byzantium I’ll talk about how I went about applying to graduate school how I and made the decision to attend. This week I have … Continue reading

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Kūlia i ka nuʽu

Or, in English, “Striving for the summit”. This phrase happens to be the theme for our 42nd annual lūʽau which is on Saturday April 21st. Every year the Hawaii club on campus, Hui O Hawaii, puts on a lūʽau during … Continue reading

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Coffee Dates Pt. III – “Call Me Maybe”

If you haven’t read my about my coffee date challenge, you can read about it here (link here). To summarize it, my goal is to get coffee dates with 75 people who I have either never met before or haven’t … Continue reading

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Sprint to the Finish.

I’m a geek! I seem to be saying these words quite a bit recently… and with pride. In high school, I remember being a little embarrassed when I got really excited about playing with flatworms or dissecting a cat. At … Continue reading

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Orange County isn’t ready for Puget Sound Greek Life

This past weekend the Panhellenic and Interfraternity Councils traveled to Costa Mesa California for the West Fraternal Leadership Conference put on by the Association of Fraternal Leadership and Values (AFLV) and the National Cultural Greek Leadership Conference (NCGLC). Thursday morning … Continue reading

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Istanbul is Constantinople

When I tell people that I study Byzantine art they are usually kind of confused. It is understandable. Before I took a class on Byzantine art in the fall of my junior year I only had a very vague idea … Continue reading

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Greeks Help CircleK with an Easter Egg Hunt on Campus

Last weekend was one of the most nostalgic experiences I have had while at Puget Sound. In conjunction with CircleK (a college version of Key Club and the larger Kiwanis international service organization), the UPS Interfraternal and Panhellenic Councils helped … Continue reading

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