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In October 2012 we published a multimedia story about Bergold to our website. You can view it here. Gasping for air as drops of sweat drizzle down his neck onto his grey, cut-off tank top, Geoffrey Bergold carries his winded … Continue reading
In the Northwest, coffee shops have evolved from pit stops for professionals in need of a morning caffeine jolt to central gathering spaces that welcome relaxation and community. But will these coffee communities last? It’s eleven o’clock on a Sunday … Continue reading
As the debate over internet activism continues, a new social activism organization is leveraging the power of the web to do good both online and offline. The aroma of incense wafts through the air. Motivational messages and the Grateful Dead … Continue reading
he last time I saw my mother was over a Skype call from my dorm room. Her name was Stacey and it was her fifty-third birthday. My dad fixated the camera on her fragile body, limply lying on the recliner. … Continue reading
This story was published on August 19, 2012, one year after Wannberg’s passing. “Strange movie full of death / asks us to play ourselves / as the front door falls face first / onto the floor.” -Scott Wannberg, Strange Movie … Continue reading
Marc Gaudin likes to leave the bullets in. Keri Piehl doesn’t wash her spoons. Leela Brightenburg thinks trash can change the world. Flux looks at the growing trend of upcycling.
Vinyl records aren’t just a novelty. To some, they’re tools used to produce art.edroom near campus.
The Willamette Leadership Academy in Veneta has evolved from a disciplinary center for troubled youth to a fully functional military school
s Margarito Palacios drives up the gravel road to his farm, he begins to forget. He forgets the death of his father, his lack of sleep, and the discrimination he faces on a daily basis. Palacios’ eyes wander over the … Continue reading