Author Archives: Jake Edgar

The Trimet MAX tragedy

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. She was the

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PCC’s President Reassures All.

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 named President of

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But Seriously, Now What?

With growing concern stirring the general public and student body, I wanted to address a few hands on methods that individuals can affect change in their communities. Donate to Charities that you believe in. For obvious reasons there are a plethora of charities, both local and national, to choose from, and

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Music: 3 Albums to Start the Year

2017 is already promising to be an outstanding year for music, and I wanted to kick it off with a few reviews of albums that I found particularly charming. Also, moving forward I want to make it clear that my system of ranking does not include stars or numbers. Rather, I

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Ten Albums

The Ten Albums of 2016 Everyone Was Too Busy To Listen To. (But Really Should Get On Listening To.) By: Jake Edgar   Okkervil River, Away* “Away” is Okkervil River’s eighth full length record, and the first since the monumental Black Sheep Boy to really step outside of the formula he

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