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Review: “Free Fire” shoots to thrill

April 28, 2017 | 0 Comments

Words by Patrick Dunham, Photo courtesy of LFF   In 90 minutes, hundreds of shots are fired, dozens of bullet wounds are inflicted, and constant havoc is wrecked in a former umbrella factory. Yet it...

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The Blues Are Back in Town

April 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

Words by Olivia Singer, Photos by Sarah Northrop   “The number of talented artists and musicians we have around here is incredible. It never ceases to amaze me how great some of these people are...

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Words by Sarah Hovet, Photos by Phillip Quinn   Trigger warning: This story contains material relating to sexual violence.   Like any adult store, As You Like It in Eugene, Oregon, carries body butter, leather,...

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Words by Iago Bojczuk, Photos by Will Nielsen   In recent months, Islamophobia and hate crimes against muslims in the United States have soared to their highest levels since the terrorist attack on the World Trade...

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Words by Morgan Krakow, Photos by Ty Boespflug   From floor to ceiling, John Bellamy Foster’s walls are lined with books. The sociology professor’s library of society, philosophy, and environment reading is extensive, passed down...

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Morgan Krakow has been chosen as the Ethos Editor in Chief for the 2017-2018 academic year. In June, Krakow will take over the post from current Editor in Chief Jordyn Brown. To prepare for the transition, she...

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Behind the Flame: A Welder’s Story

April 10, 2017 | 0 Comments

Words and photos by Natalie Hardwicke   After graduating from Bend Senior High School in 2013, 22-year-old Mack McHone began studying at Shasta College in Redding, California. In only one term of studying business, he...

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Words by Aliya Hall, Illustrations by Dorothy Hoeft Most coming out stories don’t require a second act, in which the person coming out has to do it again two years later. Normally, people want to...

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