Meet the new student body president, Collin Noble ’19. Collin’s an Idaho native pursuing a double major in economics and the Business Leadership Program, sitting on the Diversity Advisory Council, and repping for student interests all over campus. Shoutout to Collin!
DID YOU KNOW? Puget Sound’s history includes a rite of passage known as “the green beanie.” From 1918 to 1961, first-year students had to wear the beanie on campus, or face creative penalties, like having their hair dyed green.
Thailand Field School Interest Meeting On Oct. 10, learn about the field school that’s part of Political Economy of Southeast Asia, taught by Prof. Nick Kontogeorgopoulos. All majors are encouraged to attend!
Contemporary Tribalism Tribalism is one way that people of the Gulf region construct individual and collective identities, notes Andrew Gardner, prof. of sociology and anthropology. It’s a mode of belonging that occupies the “identity-space” between the nuclear family and nationhood.