Wetlands Magazine is the University of Puget Sound campus publication dedicated to the critical interrogation of gender, sexuality, ability, age, class, race, embodiment, intersectional identities and social justice as well as the celebration of related art, poetry, literature and performance. Wetlands Magazine aspires to be an inclusive, accessible, critical and safe forum for student advocacy. The magazine was founded during the 2011-2012 academic year by then-seniors Anya Callahan, Ruby Aliment, and Megan Chambers as a student club. In 2013 Wetlands Magazine was made a part of the Gender Studies Program, and in Spring 2015 it became an official ASUPS medium.
Wetlands Magazine is staffed, edited and as of 2014 funded entirely by students. Because of the nature of a student publication, the magazine is itself a project constantly under reconstruction, always dynamic in response to the concerns of the campus community. We hope to facilitate and contribute to a comprehensive reflection of unique experiences and thoughts in our community through the medium of a student publication oriented toward the advocacy of marginalized students and the celebration of their identities.
Editor-in-Chief: Natalie Scoggins (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Faculty Adviser: Laura Krughoff (email@example.com)