Sam Lilly, Skylar Marston-Bihl, Skyler Dela Cruz, Teresa Nguyen, Helena Marlowe, Dave Wright, and Grace Butler
- I am From...
- Operation Save: A Volunteer's Reflection
- Big Girls Climb Too: Dismantling Exclusionary Outdoor Culture
- The Forgotten: Low-Income and Indebted at Puget Sound
Chelsea Bruen, Kari Nolasco, Dave Wright, Abby Gutske, Skylar Marston-Bihl, and Mary Aquiningoc
- Alternative Spring Break
- Operation Save
- Receiving the Asian Pacific Islander Scholarship
- Fifth Annual Interfaith Iftar
- Korean Taiyaki & Snowflake Bowls
- Introducing the Civic Engagement Pathway Program
- The Other 'Puget Sound Experience'
Dave Wright, Micah Ackerman Hirsch, Castor Kent, Lee Nelson, Mandy Chun, Melissa Chargin, and Abby Gustke
The Conference as Classroom
A Message from the Campus Trans Advocacy and Inclusion Committee
The Feeling of Being Uprooted
Mandy's Meals: Restaurant Review of Cho Dang
The Myth of Thanksgiving
Mandy Chun, Donovan Wilson, Sam Lilly, Adriana Flores, Allison Shapiro, Kate Gladhart-Hayes, Matthew Bell, Kaity Cakhoun, and Tim Lu
- Immersive Experiences
- Behind the Archives Door
- SDC Club Spotlight: JSU
- Local Logger
- Do Loggers Vote?
- Race & Pedagogy National Conference Youth Summit
- Wrapping your Head Around Cultural Appropriation
Tim Lu, Rebekah Sherman, Anna Petersen, Mary D. Aquiningoc, LaToya Brackett, Sarah West, Skylar Marston-Bihl, Vivie Nguyen, and Dave Wright
My Culture is Not Fun, My Culture is Sacred: Two Native Hawaiian students reflect on their experiences at Puget Sound
Pasover and Campus Seders: What is Passover? Learn more about Passover and campus Seders inside.
Skylar Marston-Bihl, Seth Weinberger, Katie Hart, Kari Nolasco, Vivie Nguyen, and Dave P. Wright
Reports on the cherry tree dedication, pet prison partnership, lavender graduate celebration, ethical engagement & volunteer tourism, and a recipe.
Amanda Diaz, Anna Goebel, David Wright, Valeria Chavez, Yajaira Villanueva, and Vivie Nguyen
Information on alternative spring breaks, disability justice, Freedom Education Project Puget Sound (FEPPS), food shopping in Tacoma, and a recipe.
Juan Carlos Ortega-Esquinca, Jae Bates, and Mia Gvirtsman
Inaugural issue of CICE Magazine
"In these pages you will find periodic discussions of campus and world events, resources to educate and engage yourself on issues of social justice, recipes and tips for feeding yourself on a budget, recommendations for some of our favorite Tacoma hang-outs, and ways you can join in."
In these pages you will find periodic discussions of campus and world events, resources to educate and engage yourself on issues of social justice, recipes and tips for feeding yourself on a budget, recommendations for some of our favorite Tacoma hang-outs, and ways you can join in. We look forward to sharing some of the stories of the Center for Intercultural and Civic Engagement (aka the Yellow House) and what we are about as well as highlighting the work of our many partners on and off-campus.
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