The Express Yourself section showcases a variety of student and alumni work, demonstrating the variety forms of expression that members of the Puget Sound community engage in.
Alumnus and past ASUPS president Ben Shelton '03 has parlayed his interest in theatre and filmmaking at Puget Sound into a promising career in filmmaking in Los Angeles. Read more about Ben's work and view some of his work on YouTube. Two of Ben's films, Running and My name is Lisa, are also available in the Favorites section of our YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/univpugetsound.
Gloria Treseder '08 spent the summer of 2006 in recovering New Orleans, researching the ways that Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath affected the deeply rooted, diverse culture there, particularly the lives of local artists. While trying to answer this question she asked many more and learned more than she expected.
Crosscurrents is Puget Sound's student literary and art magazine. Established in 1958, it has traditionally put out at least one magazine per year, sometimes offering one each term. We've selected several of the submissions from the Fall 2009 issue. Photo credit: Carrie Eidsness
Philip Glass' music can be heard throughout the halls of the Puget Sound art department. In conjunction with Glass' February 2007 visit to Puget Sound, students in Art 282: Beginning Printmaking created visual art projects in response to his recordings. The images above are two of the response pieces (Left: Elijah Massey '07; Right: Maggie McProud '07)
Repertory Dance Group (RDG) is a student-run dance group that seeks to expose the campus community to dance in all its forms. They give a performance once each term, and students audition to be cast in a production, then rehearse weekly to prepare for a production.
Every semester the International Programs office invites students returning from studying abroad to submit their best and most artistic photos to the Study Abroad Photo Contest. Some of the Fall 2010 winners are displayed at the left. Photo credits: Alyssa Koida '11, Kelsie Hermens '11, Mei-lani Bixby '11, Lindsey Flatt '11.
In 2006 a small group of intrepid students started a science magazine here at Puget Sound. After gaining new editors after the previous administrators graduated, the magazine has returned this year with it's sixth issue, continuing the goal of sharing the joys of science with the Puget Sound community.