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Subconscious Communications of Queer Identity: From Schubert to Anohni and Modern Day Pop Music

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.

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Art Review: Hope Gangloff and Being Human

Art is largely regarded as subjective in nature. Through its subjectivity, it has been forged into a tool, utilized in the representation of our universe’s multiple realities. It exemplifies the variation of personal experience…art has the capacity to not only transcend emotions responsive to social conditions, but also the individual opinions of artists and the smaller communities they represent.

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This is About You

I have come to notice how invisible trans women are in our on-campus LGBT+ community. These spaces are assumed to be for trans women. Members claim to be proponents of trans women issues, and I’d like to believe them. However, I do not see tangible evidence of this.

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Wetlands Magazine Fall Interest Meeting

Wednesday Sept. 12th McIntyre 103 RSPV today Wetlands is kicking off this fall and answering all your questions about submissions, deadlines, content, participation, and more. We will provide some general logistic information and then open up the floor to questions as well as comments on last year’s virgin volume, so that we can make this […]

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Welcome to Wetlands!

Wetlands Magazine is a new literary and arts publication with a focus on questions related to sexual exploration and gender expression at the University of Puget Sound. Educational in scope and purpose, our intention is to be a sex and body-positive, inclusive, open-minded and safe space for respectful conversations about issues of sex and gender […]