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Words by Iago Bojczuk and Illustrations by Erick Wonderly From the top of Corcovado hill, Christ the Redeemer towered over Rio de Janeiro as athletes from around the world arrived in Brazil for the event...

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Words by Mara Welty, Photos by Johnny Hammond and Kjersten Hellis Nestled within a forest of lofty pines, Luvable Dog Rescue is home to a collection of kindhearted pups that roam the 55 acres of...

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Words by Tess Novotny, Photos by Meghan Jacinto Oregon state chess champion Ian Vo reads a book titled Russian Chess as he simultaneously plays six games of chess against his fellow club members. He flips pages...

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Gays In Space: More than just a drag show

February 23, 2017 | 0 Comments

Words by Sam Smargiassi, Photos by Kendra Siebert   On Feb. 18, the LGBTQIA+ student union at University of Oregon put on Gays in Space, a cosmic-themed drag show. Lined up in colored hair and glittered bodies,...

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A Conversation

February 20, 2017 | 0 Comments

Words by Srushti Kamat, Photos by Kaylee Domzalski, Illustrations by Dorothy Hoeft Take a moment to sit by Columbia Hall on 13th Avenue. Become immersed in the ebb and flow of student life. Now pause. Zoom...

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Ted Conover’s “Coyotes” Still Echoes Today

February 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Words by Olivia Singer, Illustration by Dorothy Hoeft   “I remember thinking that the pictures of [Mexican] immigrants hiding in the back of cars being smuggled over the border stood for immigration in the public...

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Words by: Meerah Powell, Photo by: Sean Carter Photography, Creative Commons   “I don’t think guilt helps anything,” says Black author and Atlantic National Correspondent Ta-Nehisi Coates to a group of about 80, mostly White, students at...

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Building Nepal’s Future

February 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

Words by Erin Coates, Photos by Hetta Hansen   Moving across the world to pursue a master’s degree in sustainable architecture was not an easy decision for Dristi Manandhar. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake had just...

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