Ethos is a nationally recognized, award-winning student publication at the University of Oregon.

About

Ethos is a nationally recognized, award-winning student publication. Since our inception as Korean Ducks Magazine, we’ve worked hard to share a multicultural spirit with our readership throughout the University and Eugene community. Ethos is, after all, defined as the fundamental characteristic of a spirit, people or culture.

Throughout our pages and on our website you’ll find unique, multicultural stories ranging from Eugene restaurants to international human rights debates. Our readers pick up Ethos to explore ethical, journalistic story telling, beautiful photography and illustrations, and innovative designs. We embrace diversity in our stories, in our student staff, and in our readership.

An enthusiastic and talented student staff put in countless hours to produce Ethos, independent of facility advising. We hope to be a creative outlet for our staff and inspire our readers to seek understanding and fuel intrigue for this epically diverse world. Every three months we will print and distribute a free, colorful issue.

Contact

Please direct general inquires, comments, suggestions, or press releases to ethosmag@gmail.com

Gordon Friedman, Editor in Chief
gordonf@uoregon.edu

Matt Chiodo, Publisher
chiodo@uoregon.edu

Awards

2014 Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker Award

2013 Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker Award

2012 Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Awards - Region 10

  • Second Place—Best Student Magazine
  • First Place for Non-Fiction Magazine ArticleThe Cruelest View by Kathryn George

2012 Associated Collegiate Press Feature Photo of the Year—Fifth Place, Michael Ciaglo for A Digital Dump

2012 Associated Collegiate Press Story of the Year—Honorable mention, Lacey Jarrell for Operation Wildlife

2012 Columbia Scholastic Press Association Digital Magazine Silver Crown

2011 Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Awards – Region 10

  • Second Place—Best Student Magazine
  • First Place for Non-Fiction Magazine ArticleStuck in Dignity by Deborah Bloom
  • Third Place for Non-Fiction Magazine ArticleHIV+ by Cody Newton

2011 Hearst Award nominee—Cody Newton for HIV+

2011 Associated Collegiate Press Diversity Story of the Year—Fourth Place, Cody Newton for HIV+

2011 Associated Collegiate Press Infographic—Honorable Mention, Alexandra Notman for The Real Mile High Club

2011 Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker Finalist

2011 Columbia Scholastic Press Association Circle Awards

Non-fiction article
1. Katy George, Busting Out: The Right to Bare It All
2. Ryan Deto, America’s Forgotten Captives
CM. Catherine Keck and Jacob O’Gara, Pillaging the Sea
CM. Nina Strochlic, Unraveling the Gypsy Myth

Non-fiction interview
CM. Lizzie Falconer, Running with the Bulls

Table of Contents page
CM. Gabriella Narvaez and Alexandra Notman

Photographs
2. Marcie Giovannoni, Finding Life in Captivity

Special or general interest magazine multi-page presentation
3. Christopher Fellows, Alexandra Notman and Alex Stoltze, The Real Mile High Club

2011 Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Crown Award

2010 Hearst Award—Rachael Mitchell for The Cleaner Sister

2010 Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Awards – Region 10

2010-2011 Campus Progress Grant Winner

Ethos is published with support from Campus Progress, the youth division of the Center for American Progress, a national progressive organization working to empower young people to make their voices heard.

2010 Associated Collegiate Press Diversity Story of the Year—Second Place, Katy George for El Poder del Inmigrante

2010 Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker Finalist

2010 Columbia Scholastic Press Association Silver Crown Award

2010 Hearst Award—Kevin Bronk for A Celtic Tale

2009 Columbia Scholastic Press Association Circle Awards

Essay
2. Neethu Ramchandar, Living the Life of a Minority

Non-Fiction Essay

2. Emilee Booher, The Power of Ondikuhole
CM. Abigail Diskin, Just Trying to Survive
CM. Jessica Runyan-Gless, The Code of Thieves

Overall Design General Interest
CM. Staff, Summer 2009

Cover Design, black and white
1. Roger Bong, Kevin Bronk and Stuart Mayberry, Summer 2009

Typography, Use of typography on one page or spread
2. Roger Bong and Stuart Mayberry, Just Trying to Survive

General use of typography throughout magazine
CM. Staff, Spring 2009

Single illustration that complements the content of the accompanying copy, Black and white
2. Roger Bong, Russian Tattoos

Single illustration that complements the content of the accompanying copy, Color
2. Suji Paek, Standing Out

Photographs – Single photograph that complements and illustrates the content of the accompanying copy
1. Molly McHugh, Flower

Special or general interest magazine single spread
CM. Roger Bong, Ethos

Special or general interest magazine multi-page presentation
1. Sabrina Black and Kevin Bronk, The Power of Ondikuhole

Website designed by Keegan Clements-Housser and Will Kanellos.
Website created by Scott Whitehead: www.sublimitywebdesign.com

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