Arts

“The festival really started with a single goal: let’s celebrate womxn artists. As a group of local artists, this is something we’d all felt for a few years—that desire to celebrate and connect with other female (and) genderqueer artists.”—Monica Bradford-Lea.

“They advertise bubble tea a lot, that’s for sure … (There are) definitely something(s) I can relate to when they mention Asian parents, and stuff like that”—Cornelius Choo, a second-year accounting student at the U of O.

“(‘The Old Maid and the Thief’) is about small town gossip and scandal. It’s quite funny, and the music is very accessible even though it’s contemporary.”—Artistic director of the two operas, Sandra Graham.

“The coffeehouse is a nice, cozy little gathering where people auditioned to perform in front of other students.—Andres Ackland-Snow, a first-year biomedical student, and a first-year representative for the SSA.

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