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  • Bernie Sanders speaks to a crowd at Island Park in Springfield, Ore., on April 28, 2016. (Photo by Phillip Quinn)
    28 2016 April

    Update: Bernie Sanders’ Lane County rally draws droves

      Story by Phillip Quinn and Jonathan Bach Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders held a rally at Island Park in Springfield today. By 9 a.m., hundreds had gathered at the park to wait for the Vermont senator. An Ethos reporter estimates that there were easily more than 1,000 people...

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    25 2016 April

    ‘Stage Kiss’ lacks regard for the fourth wall, and that’s why it’s so great

    Over the course of its runtime, Stage Kiss breaks the fourth wall often and on purpose. Self-reflexivity is a deeply established mainstay in theater, and when done right it works through its translucent layers to establish deeper self-awareness of the work. Stage Kiss, written by Sarah Ruhl and...

  • Robert Dunham (Photo courtesy of the Dunham family archives)
    20 2016 April

    Before the Rajneeshpuram: My family and Rajneesh

    Words by Patrick Dunham Photos Courtesy of the Dunham Family In 1978, my uncle Paul Dunham stepped off a plane in Bombay, India, with a paper bag lunch and a backpack. Next stop: Poona, India, to meditate and live under the guidance of the spiritual...

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    18 2016 April

    The Rosie Project: Making feminine products available for all

    With help from the Rosie Project, women in poverty get access to much needed feminine hygiene products....

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    17 2016 April

    RideAble: The therapy horses of Eugene

    After 22 years of service, Eugene's RideAble struggles to cover costs to maintain the facility that serves an important role in the community....

  • Syrian refugee Hosam Helwah (Massimiliano Laier for Ethos Magazine)
    15 2016 April

    Faces of a Crisis: Germany’s refugees

    Ethos foreign correspondent Aliya Hall explores the lives of refugees navigating life in Germany....

  • Former Ethos Editor in Chief Gordon Friedman (FILE PHOTO Taylor Wilder)
    11 2016 April

    And now, a word from our alumni: Gordon Friedman

    This is the final part in Ethos’ three-part series in which alumni of the magazine share memories of their time here. Statesman Journal political reporter Gordon Friedman writes on his tenure as the magazine's Editor in Chief, reporting on the Malheur Refuge occupation for USA...

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    10 2016 April

    Blood, Neo-Nazis, and Patrick Stewart: ‘Green Room’ is intimate horror

    "Spoilers aside, the venue holds more than meets the eye and the narrative quickly shifts to violent horror with a single swipe of a machete."...

  • A PUK Peshmerga fighter takes aim at ISIS positions south of Kirkuk near Mula Abdula village on Jan. 31, 2015. (Photo by Mat Wolf)
    09 2016 April

    And now, a word from our alumni: Mat Wolf

    This is the second part in Ethos’ three-part series in which alumni of the magazine share memories of their time here. CNN International staffer Mat Wolf writes on coming to the j-school at the University of Oregon, his Ethos story on a white supremacist cell in eastern Oregon, and moving to the Middle East to...

  • Nina Strochlic reports for The Daily Beast in the Congo. (Photo courtesy of Nina Strochlic)
    06 2016 April

    And now, a word from our alumni: Nina Strochlic

    This is the first part in Ethos' three-part series in which alumni of the magazine share memories of their time here. National Geographic staffer Nina Strochlic writes about her first pitch for Ethos, becoming a managing editor for the magazine, and the lessons she carried...

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    02 2016 April

    McBee: Chasing the Wild

    A photographer's love of nature captured in stunning detail. ...

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    01 2016 April

    Weaving Two Worlds: Morocco and Afghanistan

    Having returned to the site of her gap year before college, Negina Pirzad sees the country of Morocco through her memories of the past, along with a new, present-day lens....

  • 2016-17 Editor in Chief Jordyn Brown (Jonathan Bach/Ethos)
    01 2016 April

    Jordyn Brown chosen as Ethos Editor in Chief for 2016-2017

    Jordyn Brown has been chosen as the Ethos Editor in Chief for the 2016-2017 academic year. In June, Brown will take over the post from current Editor in Chief Jonathan Bach. To prepare for the transition, she will work closely with Bach on leadership responsibilities,...

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    30 2016 March

    Serras 1919: How one family smuggled jeans into Franco’s Spain

    The vibrant history of the Serras family in Mataró, Spain, contextualizes life in the Franco Era. ...

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    30 2016 March

    A Round for Oregon: Local brewers offer new twists on old favorite drinks

    Molly Rogers has designed missile defense systems for fighter jets, the first snowboards for women, and accessible buildings for persons with disabilities. The soft-spoken but exuberant southern native creates stuff. She always has. It’s what she’s good at....

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  Story by Phillip Quinn and Jonathan Bach Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders held a rally at Island Park in Springfield today. By 9 a.m., hundreds had gathered at the park to wait for the Vermont...

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Over the course of its runtime, Stage Kiss breaks the fourth wall often and on purpose. Self-reflexivity is a deeply established mainstay in theater, and when done right it works through its translucent layers to establish deeper...

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Words by Patrick Dunham Photos Courtesy of the Dunham Family In 1978, my uncle Paul Dunham stepped off a plane in Bombay, India, with a paper bag lunch and a backpack. Next stop: Poona, India,...

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With help from the Rosie Project, women in poverty get access to much needed feminine hygiene products....

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Syrian refugee Hosam Helwah (Massimiliano Laier for Ethos Magazine)

Faces of a Crisis: Germany’s refugees

April 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Ethos foreign correspondent Aliya Hall explores the lives of refugees navigating life in Germany....

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A PUK Peshmerga fighter takes aim at ISIS positions south of Kirkuk near Mula Abdula village on Jan. 31, 2015. (Photo by Mat Wolf)

And now, a word from our alumni: Mat Wolf

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This is the second part in Ethos’ three-part series in which alumni of the magazine share memories of their time here. CNN International staffer Mat Wolf writes on coming to the j-school at the University of Oregon, his Ethos story on a white supremacist cell...

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Weaving Two Worlds: Morocco and Afghanistan

April 1, 2016 | 0 Comments

Having returned to the site of her gap year before college, Negina Pirzad sees the country of Morocco through her memories of the past, along with a new, present-day lens....

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The vibrant history of the Serras family in Mataró, Spain, contextualizes life in the Franco Era. ...

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Robert Dunham (Photo courtesy of the Dunham family archives)

Before the Rajneeshpuram: My family and Rajneesh

April 20, 2016 | 0 Comments

Words by Patrick Dunham Photos Courtesy of the Dunham Family In 1978, my uncle Paul Dunham stepped off a plane in Bombay, India, with a paper bag lunch and a...

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RideAble: The therapy horses of Eugene

April 17, 2016 | 0 Comments
Syrian refugee Hosam Helwah (Massimiliano Laier for Ethos Magazine)

Faces of a Crisis: Germany’s refugees

April 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

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Over the course of its runtime, Stage Kiss breaks the fourth wall often and on purpose. Self-reflexivity is a deeply established mainstay in theater, and when done right it works through its translucent layers to establish deeper...

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