Any kind of music can communicate environmental, behavioral, and aesthetic forces, and this can heal someone significantly through spiritual, subconscious communication, no matter what “level of artistry” the music is at.
TW: Sexual violence, rape The forum held on Brock Turner was one of the most upsetting and out of touch conversations about sexual assault that I have attended in my time at the University of Puget Sound.
by Kyle Chong I was asked by a staff member in CICE to submit my ideas for a talk during Alternative Spring Break on Disability Justice. As I plan for that, I reflect on the campus culture and what the words "justice," "equality," and "access" mean to me. The campus climate on these issues seems [...]
by Anonymous There has been a lot of talk about SAI on the Puget Sound campus over the past few months. It's time to bring some things to light. Sigma Alpha Iota is a music fraternity for women that has been present on the Puget Sound campus since 1948 and currently has 223 active chapters [...]
As graduation approaches, I find myself reflecting upon my experiences here at the University of Puget Sound. These reflections are not always easy for me or kind to the university. In looking at the time that I have spent in this institution, I look not only to my relationships with my peers and professors; I [...]
Guest post by Jenny Malone-Brown I am going to cut to the chase here: as a woman of mixed-race heritage and a student at University of Puget Sound, I am confused and troubled by a recent article published online by Wetlands Magazine. Many aspects of the article were on-point in regards to Miley Cyrus “playing black” [...]
This guest blog by Jo Ann Kassebaum, President of the University of Puget Sound's Repertory Dance Group (RDG), is a response to our earlier published piece "RDG Got the Moves Like...Who?" by Erika Barker. I would like to thank Wetlands and Erika Barker, in particular, for opening up the conversation about cultural appropriation on the Puget Sound [...]