Author Archives: Carolyn Bradley

Streaking the Lawn at UVA

Abstract: This piece is about a tradition at UVA (University of Virginia) about streaking the lawn at the Rotunda, a very specific building on the campus. Main Piece: “L: So I don’t know if this is a custom or tradition or just a rite of passage, but UVA students do this thing where they streak… Continue Reading »

Rain Song from Living Earth Camp

Abstract: This piece is about a rain song that is sung at Living Earth Camp when it hasn’t rain in awhile. It stems from “native” songs, but there is no evidence. Main Piece: “L: I went to like a nature camp in the years I was in middle school over the summer. So it was… Continue Reading »