University’s Underwater Campus to host first public forum during Enforced Domestication Awareness Month


The President and Governors of the University of West Terrier are pleased to announce the first public forum to be hosted by its underwater campus.

Participants in the forum will discuss the Piscine experience of domestication, including topics such as adapting to domestic life, how to stay yourself in a Human household, and dealing with the lack of privacy in a domestic situation. Other important topics will be how to detect deception in Humans and how to truthfully answer the question, “Do I have a false sense of security?”

The event will be chaired by Chitter Radio Literary Award winner Barbara Puntius Everetti, whose new book, “Out of the Fish Tank and into the Fryer,” was released in May.

The forum will take place in the underwater campus of the University of West Terrier on June 26, 2019.

Non-Piscine spectators are welcome to attend. Facilities will be in place for the non-Piscine to view the proceedings either through the glass floor on the university’s main floor or on large screens on the second floor of the university.