Ethos Winter 2011
A Roma monkey trainer in Bulgaria in the mid-eighties.
Photo courtesy Carol Silverman.
HIV patients talk about the challenge of facing a society ignorant to their disease, and offer solutions to the problem of the harsh stigma surrounding it.
During WWII, thousands of German-Americans were interned in camps across the country. Now, they are asking to be remembered.
Student-entrepreneur Ian McMenamin is growing sustainable coral into a thriving business in the basement of his Eugene apartment.
Roma, commonly known as Gypsies, continue to struggle with widespread stereotypes and deeply ingrained prejudice across the globe.
Editor’s Note – Winter 2011
Reflecting on a second term as EIC.
Dialogue – Driven to Medicine
A summer spent in Swaziland tutoring orphans and medicating HIV-positive patients shakes up one student’s perspective.
Passport – Fit for a King
Explore two of the last monarchies in the modern world: Bhutan and Swaziland.
Forum – A Deal for Seven Devils
A small Oregon town weighs the environmental consequences of a proposed mining operation.
Journeys Abroad – A Knight’s Trail
Do you know where the Holy Grail is? Journey though Bruges to uncover its mystery.
Colors & Shapes – It’s All in the Tarot Cards
The truth is really in the cards. Take a look into the art and mystery of tarot.
Spices & Spirits – The Next Vinophiles
A younger generation of wine drinkers forces the wine market to adapt.
People in Motion – Ironman on Insulin
A diabetes diagnosis isn’t enough to set triathletes back from competing in the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii.
Soundwaves – Redefining Radio
Hyper-local broadcasters strive to represent the voice of the community in the face of corporate homogeneity.
Moving Pictures – Let the Right Film In
How American filmmakers created a lucrative business by exploiting the foreign market.
The Last – My Picasso Years
After years of reconstructive surgery, one student finally feels comfortable in her own skin.