News, events, and stories from the University of Puget Sound
The Hatchet is Puget Sound's weekly e-newsletter, connecting Logger alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff, and friends to campus news and events. Each issue includes three “top things” you need to know, along with upcoming events, news, stories, and fun facts—all in a cool, easy-to-read format delivered right to your inbox.
Whether you're new to the Logger family or already an expert-level ambassador for the maroon and white, The Hatchet is your weekly window to life at Puget Sound.
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- Aug. 17: Welcome, Class of 2024
- Aug. 10: All-in for fall
- Aug. 3: We've been preparing for this
- July 27: It takes a Logger to make a better mask
- July 20: I screen, you screen
- July 13: Ventilator parts made here
- July 6: Todd Blakely ’19 is still on defense
- June 29: Looking ahead to fall
- June 22: Black lives matter
- June 15: Join our town hall on June 17
- June 8: Keep learning
- June 1: We are agents of change
- May 25: Supporting women in STEM
- May 18: Mastering public health
- May 11: Congrats, Class of 2020
- May 4: Thank a Logger on the front lines.
- April 27: Teamwork makes the dream work
- April 20: Just keep singing
- April 13: Loggers on cue
- April 6: Census consensus
- March 30: Get the facts—and the FAQs.
- March 23: We got this, Loggers.
- March 9: You're one of 2,020
- March 2: Peaceful to the Corps
- Feb. 24: Hello from the other side
- Feb. 17: The future is (Ful)bright
- Feb. 10: Jazz is for lovers
- Feb. 3: The secret's out
- Jan. 27: Talking shop with President Crawford
- Dec. 16: Happy holidays!
- Dec. 9: Winning research and holiday deals
- Dec. 2: Holiday performances and more
- Nov. 25: We're grateful for you!
- Nov. 18: No art? Know art. Five artists to watch
- Nov. 11: Playing with history and the conference king
- Nov. 4: Snort more - the key to success
- Oct. 28: Pizza and (tiny) pricks
- Oct. 21: Puget Sound to offer first B.A. program in a WA prison
- Oct. 14: Prof. Sara Freeman ’95 delivers Phi Beta Kappa Magee Address
- Oct. 7: President Crawford joins Nerd Farmer Podcast
- Sept. 30: Campus hosts the Hon. Jed S. Rakoff for fall Pierce Lecture
- Sept. 23: Fall Career Fair welcomes 30+ potential employers
- Sept. 16: Entrepreneurial ideas pay off for students. Literally.
- Sept. 9: What I did on my summer vacation - poster session style
- Sept. 2: Here we go! A new academic year begins.
- Aug. 26: Orientation leaders share their best advice for new students
- Aug. 19: Like this! One student's social media internship
- Aug. 12: What's under the logs in Spirit Lake?
- Aug. 5: Summer Arches and student research
- July 29: Superhuman research and hands-on learning
- July 22: Of road trips and river guides
- July 15: Combating climate change with beavers
- July 8: Teaching outside the box
- July 1: What cows can teach us
- June 24: Examining leadership with Prof. Jeff Matthews
- June 17: Ready for takeoff
- June 10: Leaders in the field and a tote bag giveaway
- June 3: New connections and old friends
- May 27: Loggers on the move
- May 20: Making waves in the wellness space
- May 13: Congratulations, Class of 2019!
- May 6: Spring is in the air
- April 29: Intersections of life and art
- April 22: Earth Week extravaganza
- April 15: Now serving dinner, Deadalus style
- April 8: Words spoke, found, twisted, and proud
- April 1: How to wear a kimono and more
- March 25: Get ready for the Logger Day Challenge.
- March 18: Get thrifty at the Fieldhouse Flea.
- March 11: Art and justice
- March 4: The state of the city, plus climate justice and big news
- Feb. 25: Poet Nikki Giovanni to speak on campus
- Feb. 18: Loggers sharing stories
- Feb. 11: Valentine's special
- Feb. 4: The winter issue of Arches is out
- Jan. 28: Philosophically speaking
- Jan. 21: A "Fresh" take on MLK Day
- Dec. 10: Hold our eggnog. We'll be back.
- Dec. 3: Cheer for cheap, and giving back
- Nov. 26: The Daedalus Dinner is back
- Nov. 19: See you next week!
- Nov. 12: Stories + art for a rainy day
- Nov. 5: The American art of democracy
- Oct. 29: Tragedy and Comix-y
- Oct. 22: The Jacobsen Series continues
- Oct. 15: LIASE Symposium brings Malaysian Borneo to campus
- Oct. 8: Mind over dark matter
- Oct. 1: The Garden of Earthly Delights
- Sept. 24: Valerie Jarrett in the house
- Sept. 17: NEW A weekly letter for Loggers