An interview with Burgerville Workers Union Organizer Stefan Stackhouse Jake Edgar JE: How Long have you been part of the Union? SS: I’ve worked at the Gladstone Burgerville for just over one year. I joined the union for the same reason I think everyone else does: We want
A thousand years from now, due to a series of massive continental floods, there will be no good reason to write letters. I will be suffering greatly, and I will have a waterproof box to keep my letter writing supplies. My mother will live in a bungalow deep
Justin Rigamonti grew up near the Rock Creek Campus, spent 10 years in southern California studying art and writing, then moved back to Portland, where he teaches, writes, makes kid’s books, and co-runs a literary nonprofit called Poetry Press Week. He was interviewed by Jake Edgar, managing editor
Professor Matt Glazewski received his B.S. (Bachelor of Science) in Meteorology from Penn State, an M.P.A. (Master of Public Administration) in Natural Resources Policy & Administration from Portland State University, and has completed work toward an M.S. (Master of Science) in Climatology at the University of Maryland. Glazewski
It’s Portland, Oregon near the end of summer. We just went to IKEA to escape the heat, and bought so much great stuff! So much great, cheap, amazing, and beautiful stuff! Oh Christ, but what about all this other stuff we have? This is just, just–junk…wait, I know!
Brand New, Science Fiction On 17 August, 2017 Brand New released their fifth studio album, Science Fiction, which is rumored to be their last. It comes from Lacey’s Procrastinate! Music Traitors label, and had been in the works for almost a decade. The wait was painful for those of us who
The Oregonian/Oregon Live today had a detailed description of the Max train tragedy, told by PCC student Rachel Macy. She pulled off her shirt to compress the wound on the throat of one of the victims, Taliesin Namkai-Meche, and stayed and prayed with him until the paramedics came.
These are love songs. That is important to understand. Death is real. This aspect of the album cannot, and should not be ignored. The loss of Phil Elverum’s wife, is the crux by which this album was forged. But as a larger concept, I think what the album
On May 1st, following a long tradition of protests for labor rights, the student ANT club and students involved with the Seattle based Socialist Alternative organized a walkout on the Cascade Campus. There were around fifty total attendees, from students to staff, some were there for specific reasons,
On March 28th, before anyone was fully awake, I walked through a series of cubicles in a temporary office complex at Sylvania to meet with Mark Mitsui. His office was just past a table covered with fresh fruit and donuts. He greeted me warmly. Mark Mitsui was officially