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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, to meditate and live under the guidance of the spiritual leader known as Rajneesh. Fast-forward to 1984, when Rajneesh’s top...

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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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RideAble: The therapy horses of Eugene

April 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

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

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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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The music of Carmina Burana thrashes through the air to the percussion of feet thumping in unison. Three principal dancers gallop across the wooden sprung floor, each with one hand on his hip and the other arm held in front, parallel to the floor, meant to symbolize the riding of horses. Each young man wears...

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"I traded in my headscarf for a hair straightener. I straddled two different versions of myself for the next eight months, until my mom found a photo of me on Google images."...

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The only light in the room came from the red digits glaring off a clock. If there was a figure, I couldn’t see it. But I thought someone was in my bedroom. Despite my blindness to the presence, I could hear its disturbing menace loom over me. The whispers of unintelligible language and the echoing...

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Turbulence

January 4, 2016 | 2 Comments

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

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