When Allies Fail: An Open Letter to the University Community

by: Kat Queirolo I’ve heard from a lot of different people that “Greek Life and Straight Supremacy,” the essay I published in Wetlands this fall, is too angry. I’ve heard a lot of allies say that they thought my tone was too “harsh.” You might be surprised that after I submitted the first draft of [...]

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“I’m queer and I’m Greek . . . and I love it”: A Personal Response by Kyle Long

Editorial note: Here is the long-awaited response to the two pieces in our Fall '13 issue which offered a critical perspective on Greek Life. The Editors of Wetlands would like to thank Kyle Long for writing this piece and to everyone who has participated in these conversations since the publication of our last issue. So, [...]

Fall Update!

Wetlands Magazine and our ferocious new staff have hit the ground running this fall semester!  We want to share with you what we’re doing, why we’re doing it, and how you can be involved and get wetter than ever this fall. Here are some of the questions we’ve been asked, answered by our lovely editors. [...]

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 [...]