On the top floor of the Eliot House, where Mount Holyoke’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life is located, lies Wa-shin-an, the Japanese teahouse and meditation garden on campus. Join Audiofiles intern Ofelia Garcia as she explores the space for the first time, and learns about how it is used by the Mount Holyoke community.
[gtalert title=”Note” title_color=”#699bb1″ close_button=”no” border_style=”none” border_radius=”4″]Street Level Sounds are produced by New England Public Radio interns as part of AudioFiles. The interviews, anecdotes, and oral histories recorded for Street Level Sounds are designed to build a public library of the western New England experience, and are not intended as news content, or endorsements by NEPR’s staff or Board. For more information on Street Level Sounds, contact AudioFiles producer, J Kyle White-Sullivan.[/gtalert]