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  • 16 2014 April

    Smile and Drive Safely

    A young adult learns to grieve for a departed best friend....

  • Animator Jen Prokopowicz
    16 2014 April

    The Animator’s World

    Animation studio Bent Image Lab meticulously creates stop-motion animation for advertisements and TV....

  • 16 2014 April

    Merci Mary

    Lyon tries to hold onto the meaning of a historic holiday as it becomes a global phenomenon. ...

  • Burdock
    16 2014 April

    Spiritual Growth

    Biodynamic farming reverts back to the origins of agricultural stewardship, while also bringing in touches of spirituality and cosmic forces....

  • Nude Modeling Art
    16 2014 April

    Wake Up Flawless

    Nude models embrace their natural form and contribute their bodies to a community of artists....

  • Corporal Punishment
    16 2014 April

    A Violent Education

    The drive to eliminate physical punishment from public schools....

  • Hong Kong Skyline
    16 2014 April

    All Of The Lights

    Story and Photo by Tiffany Han I am surrounded by people on all sides—there’s hardly room to move. People are pushing past one another as we shuffle our way down the street. Vendors selling food,...

  • Hank and Steve
    16 2014 April

    Dog’s Best Friend

    For Steve Arms, hunting dogs are more than tools to help secure game--they are a part of his family....

  • Brian cuts a raw pizza with onion bread, tomato sauce, cauliflower to act as the cheese, carrots, pappers, onions, olives, tomatoes, and basil sauce.
    16 2014 April

    Best Served Cold

    Raw foodists believe uncooked food is higher in nutrients and better for the body....

  • Fire Dancers
    16 2014 April

    Cool Under Fire

    Fire dancers brave potential burns to deliver an entrancing show....

  • Gender Roles
    16 2014 April

    Breaking Normal

    Three women sweep up the shards of the glass ceiling as they thrive in formerly male-dominated activities....

  • Music Festival
    16 2014 April

    Folk of Florence

    The Florence Winter Folk Festival brings the community together to put music programs into schools....

  • Alligator
    16 2014 April

    The Urban Zoo

    Eugene debates the ethics behind exotic animals living in not-native areas....

  • PK Park
    16 2014 April

    Diamonds Are Forever

    Benjamin Christiansen discusses the evolving culture of America's pastime....

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Story by Hannah Harris Video by Ivan Lafollette Living in an unfamiliar place surrounded by different beliefs, language, and culture is the ultimate way to gain an immersive view of the world. The Service Learning Program...

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On Mondays through Thursday nights the same group of guys come together to play pick-up games of soccer.

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Yerba mate offers drinkers a natural alternative to traditional caffeine and sugar loaded beverages....

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The last day at the festival started with Tacocat, a Seattle-based band who describe themselves as “The Go-Go's meet the Monkees.” With songs entitled “Hey Girl” and  “Crimson Wave,” the band is totally punk, but the kind of punk you want to dance to in your bedroom on a Saturday night.

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Photos by Hannah Steinkopf-Frank...

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Sasquatch Preview 2014

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Winter Storm Brings Frozen Beauty to Eugene

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