Articles written by: Claire Meyer

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Trans Latinx Lecture Sheds Light on Protecting Minorities from Violence

In wake of the recent incident at the University of Missouri and the many racial acts of violence that took place throughout the U.S. this year, the question of how to protect minorities from violence has become central to life in modern American society. Trans woman, scholar and artist Micha […]

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U21 Scene Enlivened by New Venue

It’s a Friday night and you’re looking for something to do, but you’re under 21. You know you want to go out for the night, but where? The bars and other nightlife scenes in Tacoma are off limits to you. To the students under 21, this scenario may sound all […]

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Telescope in Hawai’i Brings Controversy

Over Parents’ Weekend, the Lu’au wowed the students and their families with fascinating dance, food and traditions from the Hawai’ian culture. Meanwhile, as we were captivated watching hula dancers onstage, the land from which many of the dances  originated was facing deep turmoil.  Currently on the island of Hawai’i, colloquially  […]

Pour Generously Foundation
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Pour Generously Foundation

Have you ever wondered how one can help the needy while also exploring the entrepreneurial spirit? A 2003 alumni of Puget Sound, Matt Scarlett and co-founders Ian McFarland and Gregory Ahn have created a wine club called Pour Generously in order to help support underfunded charities.  It works in a […]

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The Role of Dramaturgy And Theatrical Productions

In the Feb. 20 issue of the The Trail, an article about the theatre exhibit in the Collin’s memorial library used the word dramaturgy.  Many of you have probably never even heard of this word in your life. It means the theory and practice of dramatic composition. If you want […]

Experiencing Cuba
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Experiencing Cuba

Though a professional classroom setting is crucial for learning, being physically immersed in the subject you are studying is equally as beneficial. Over the break, 16 students and three professors went on a study trip to Cuba as part of their fall semester class on Cuban politics, history and culture.  […]