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References for articles by AFAM 399: Public Scholarship class in spring 2023.
Articles published in The Trail April 28, 2023. 

“Dear SOAN Ethnographers: Join the Fight” Collins, H. P. (2015). Black Feminist thought. Routledge. Lorde, Audre. “The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master’s House.” 1984. Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches. Ed. Berkeley, CA: Crossing Press. 110-114. 2007. Print.  Tuck, E., & Yang, K. W. (2012). Decolonization is not a metaphor. Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society, 1(1). http://resolver.scholarsportal.info/resolve/19298692/v01i0001/nfp_dinam.xml “Fully Funded doesn’t mean Free: TPS scholarship misleading to Tacoma Community” Johnson, L., & Wiese, N. (2022). Local students at university: Narrative descriptions of lived experiences. Student Success, 13(1), 41-53. https://doi.org/10.5204/ssj.2000  Supporting...
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University explores shift to Geothermal

By Mercer Stauch and Hannah Lee The University is examining potential sustainability solutions to reach its standing goal of achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2025. Facilities Services is working with consulting group McKinstry to determine the potential efficacy of geothermal heating and cooling systems in campus buildings. Currently, only Weyerhaeuser Hall is heated and cooled using geothermal energy; all other campus buildings burn natural gas, which contributes to global warming and creates health hazards that disproportionately harm communities of color. Facilities data from October 2021 to March 2022 —...
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Scholarship season: a breakdown

By Hannah Lee The University of Puget Sound, like all private schools, is more expensive to attend than a state school. So how can students justify the cost of going to an expensive private university? One way to offset the cost is through scholarships. Joan Potter, the scholarship coordinator for Student Financial Services, provides insight into the financial aid the University provides. She explained the difference between a grant and a scholarship, stating that “they’re both free money,” but that they “come from different sources.” Scholarships can be awarded by...
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Access Student faces housing insecurity during breaks

By Emma Loenicker In the fall of 2014, the University of Puget Sound launched a new scholarship program for Tacoma Public School (TPS) students. This initiative is part of Puget Sound’s Access Programs which has offered enrichment opportunities in partnership with TPS for grades 7 to 12 since 1995. The Access Programs provide various opportunities for pre-college programming, including weekly tutoring, college-specific skill workshops, and the summer academic challenge program (SAC). Recipients of the Access Scholarship are typically students from low-income families, communities of color, or first-generation college students. Access...
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