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  • (Lorin Anderberg/Ethos) A young elephant walks through grass at the Kruger National Park in South Africa. This photo is vignetted.
    10 2016 February

    Anderberg: Where Memories Reside – My return from South Africa

    If I close my eyes, a stream of images races through my mind, awakening all of the moments that I feared were slipping away as each day passed. In seconds, I flip through every face I can recall; each one front-of-mind just in time to...

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    08 2016 February

    Dunham: ‘Hail, Caesar!’ a cinematic romp rife with good humor

    The newest flick from the Coen brothers is an ambitiously comprehensive critique of topics like prim-and-proper dramas, the notorious band of blacklisted Communist writers (Trumbo tried to hit this note but fell flat), sensational journalism, ‘prestige’ pictures, and the whole social realm of the 1950’s...

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    05 2016 February

    Stupasky: ‘Book of Mormon’ Brings Broadway, Hilarity to Eugene

    “The Book of Mormon” is politically incorrect in the most beautiful way. But what else would one expect from a show crafted by the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone? In collaboration with Robert Lopez, known for penning Avenue Q and songs...

  • (Photo by Jonathan Bach)
    01 2016 February

    Dunham: A note of thanks to Elif Batuman

    You could say Elif Batuman is a bonafide Russophile — someone obsessed with Russia. In 2011 she wrote the book on Russian stories and those who love them. She authored The Possessed: Adventures with Russian Books and the People Who Read Them, and just got...

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    26 2016 January

    Brown: 11 Books To Read in 2016

    Ethos editor Jordyn Brown walks us through some of the most anticipated books of 2016. ...

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    15 2016 January

    ‘The Revenant’ brings virtuosic visuals, lacks depth

    From the exhilarating intro sequence featuring a skirmish between trappers and stormin’-and-lootin’ American Indian horsemen, The Revenant brings you into its wild maw and holds you there for the entire snowlogged duration. ...

  • 06 2016 January

    Stupasky: In New York, Why I Passed Up the New Year’s Eve Ball Drop

    My alternative to the traditional way of celebrating New Year's in New York. ...

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    04 2016 January

    Turbulence

    A memoir of airplane friends, tiny liquor bottles, and the millennial experience...

  • 04 2016 January

    From California to Capetown

    "Change is evident here, but there is still a strong presence of government corruption, violence, HIV/AIDS, and economic inequality."...

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    03 2016 January

    Dunham: Sicario, Reviewed

    Patrick Dunham reviews the action thriller flick, Sicario....

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    02 2016 January

    Coming to Grips with Homelessness

    "I am a person. And this person on the street corner is also a person. They have a past, present, and future, a life I will never know, a story that can’t be summed up on a sign."...

  • A Greek Orthodox Church on the island of Santorini poses as a signature symbol of Greek culture. (Mackenzie Moran/Ethos)
    02 2016 January

    Operation: Protect the Nest

    While living on the Greek island of Crete, Mackenzie Moran enjoyed a summer working for a conservation group aimed at monitoring and protecting Loggerhead sea turtle nests....

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    01 2016 January

    On Broken Ground

    Not many get to witness the majesty of the Himalayas up close and in person. An even smaller fraction of those are in the region when a massive earthquake strikes....

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    30 2015 December

    Coffee, Café, Kaffee

    A comparison of the coffee and café culture of Eugene, Oregon; Vienna, Austria; and Segovia, Spain. The European habit of lingering over your beverage is contrasted with the American preference for a grab-and-go cup....

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    29 2015 December

    A New Greek Life

    This is only one of four Theta Pi Sigma chapters nationwide, as it is a new concept of having a completely gender-inclusive sector of Greek life....

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If I close my eyes, a stream of images races through my mind, awakening all of the moments that I feared were slipping away as each day passed. In seconds, I flip through every face...

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The newest flick from the Coen brothers is an ambitiously comprehensive critique of topics like prim-and-proper dramas, the notorious band of blacklisted Communist writers (Trumbo tried to hit this note but fell flat), sensational journalism,...

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“The Book of Mormon” is politically incorrect in the most beautiful way. But what else would one expect from a show crafted by the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone? In collaboration...

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Dunham: A note of thanks to Elif Batuman

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You could say Elif Batuman is a bonafide Russophile — someone obsessed with Russia. In 2011 she wrote the book on Russian stories and those who love them. She authored The Possessed: Adventures with Russian...

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If I close my eyes, a stream of images races through my mind, awakening all of the moments that I feared were slipping away as each day passed. In seconds, I flip through every face...

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My alternative to the traditional way of celebrating New Year's in New York. ...

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From California to Capetown

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"Change is evident here, but there is still a strong presence of government corruption, violence, HIV/AIDS, and economic inequality."...

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A Greek Orthodox Church on the island of Santorini poses as a signature symbol of Greek culture. (Mackenzie Moran/Ethos)

Operation: Protect the Nest

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While living on the Greek island of Crete, Mackenzie Moran enjoyed a summer working for a conservation group aimed at monitoring and protecting Loggerhead sea turtle nests....

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(Krista Young/Ethos)

Turbulence

January 4, 2016 | 1 Comments

A memoir of airplane friends, tiny liquor bottles, and the millennial experience...

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Turbulence

January 4, 2016 | 1 Comments
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Coming to Grips with Homelessness

January 2, 2016 | 0 Comments
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A New Greek Life

December 29, 2015 | 0 Comments
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The Art of the Reveal

December 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

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The newest flick from the Coen brothers is an ambitiously comprehensive critique of topics like prim-and-proper dramas, the notorious band of blacklisted Communist writers (Trumbo tried to hit this note but fell flat), sensational journalism,...

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(Photo by Jonathan Bach)

Dunham: A note of thanks to Elif Batuman

February 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
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Brown: 11 Books To Read in 2016

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