All For One Puget Sound’s four resident directors do more than manage and oversee the daily operations of campus residence halls and Greek houses. Together, Sam, Robert, Cooper, and Francisco aim to create a healthy and inclusive housing community that aids in the growth and development of all students. Guided by an academic-style curriculum, they ensure that learning opportunities extend beyond the classroom and that students are empowered.
HACKS & CHOPS The university’s Compass Puget Sound program was recognized by the National Association of Colleges and Employers with the 2019 Career Services Excellence Award. The program helps students develop career skills through on-campus employment and mentorship from campus supervisors.
Listen Up PS: The Puget Sound Podcast, hosted by Elena Becker ’17, senior admission counselor, shares stories and experiences from current students and professors, giving future Loggers a glimpse of what it’s like to be part of the Puget Sound community.
Finding Balance Athletes and acrobats have been rope walking, tightrope walking, and wire walking for centuries, but the origins of modern slacklining can be traced to campsites and rock climbers in Yosemite National Park in the early 1980s. Today, slacklining is an international phenomenon, and Justin Wagers ’17 has made it his business—and his way of life.