Ethos Mag

Ethos Mag We are an award-winning quarterly print and online multicultural student magazine at the University of Oregon. http://dailyemerald.com/ethos
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Throughout our pages and on our website you’ll find unique, multicultural stories ranging from Eugene restaurants to international human rights debates. Our readers pick up Ethos to explore ethical, journalistic story telling, beautiful photography and illustrations, and innovative designs. We embrace diversity in our stories, in our student staff, and in our readership. An enthusiastic and talented student staff put in countless hours to produce Ethos, independent of facility advising. We hope to be a creative outlet for our staff and inspire our readers to seek understanding and fuel intrigue for this epically diverse world. Every three months we will print and distribute a free, colorful issue.

Ethos Magazine has open positions starting this summer! This is a great opportunity to get involved with meaningful stud...
05/27/2020

Ethos Magazine has open positions starting this summer! This is a great opportunity to get involved with meaningful student journalism and to build your professional experience. Applications are due June 12. Email [email protected] for details on what we do, job descriptions and how to apply.

One out of every 10 women is affected by endometriosis, a painful medical disorder resulting from the appearance of endo...
05/06/2020
Endometriosis: Not Just a Period

One out of every 10 women is affected by endometriosis, a painful medical disorder resulting from the appearance of endometrial tissue outside of the uterus. Many healthcare professionals treat it as just a typical period, but for these women it’s not. From invasive surgeries to hormone therapy, here are some of these strong women’s stories.
Story by Allie Holt
Illustration by Christina Staprans
https://www.dailyemerald.com/ethos/endometriosis-not-just-a-period/article_6172d8ce-7b7c-11ea-8b53-3fa9e75acd80.html

The bed-bounding aches, unexplained pains, even abnormal periods are sensations 41-year-old Aimee Hess is all too familiar with having endometriosis. She has struggled with it since she was 11 years

Does Week 5 have YOU looking for "a way out"? Pick up your issue of Ethos this week and take a study break😁 Story: "A Wa...
04/30/2019

Does Week 5 have YOU looking for "a way out"? Pick up your issue of Ethos this week and take a study break😁
Story: "A Way Out: The Eacapism Cycle" pg. 25-27
Words: Hailey O'Donnell
Photos: Payton Bruni
#gotherewithethos #springissue

It's finally here!! Grab a copy of our Spring 2019 issue in the EMU or Allen Hall🙌🏽. A huge shout out to all of our incr...
04/15/2019

It's finally here!! Grab a copy of our Spring 2019 issue in the EMU or Allen Hall🙌🏽. A huge shout out to all of our incredible student writers, editors, designers and photographers for their hard work! #gotherewithethos #springissue

Just 5 days until our Spring issue comes out! Get pumped because we have some incredible stories for you. #gotherewithet...
04/10/2019

Just 5 days until our Spring issue comes out! Get pumped because we have some incredible stories for you. #gotherewithethos #April15th

Welcome to Spring term everyone! Meet our incredible team this year with this fabulous video produced by our multimedia ...
04/02/2019
Welcome to Ethos: Spring 2019

Welcome to Spring term everyone! Meet our incredible team this year with this fabulous video produced by our multimedia producer, Ange Chan.

Get pumped for our Spring issue coming to you on April 15th! #GotherewithEthos

Created by Ange & the Ethos multimedia team.

01/30/2019

The Winter 2019 issue is out! Grab yours at the EMU or Allen Hall. #gotherewithethos

Your friendly reminder to GET EXCITED for our Winter issue! Copies will be all over campus on January 28th.
01/17/2019

Your friendly reminder to GET EXCITED for our Winter issue! Copies will be all over campus on January 28th.

While you wait for our next Winter issue, listen to our podcast!soundcloud.com/ethosmag 🎧
01/11/2019
Ethos Magazine

While you wait for our next Winter issue, listen to our podcast!

soundcloud.com/ethosmag 🎧

Ethos Magazine is the cultural magazine of the University of Oregon.

Welcome to Winter Term UO students! Get ready to go there with Ethos once again! Our winter issue will be out January 28...
01/11/2019

Welcome to Winter Term UO students! Get ready to go there with Ethos once again! Our winter issue will be out January 28th and we can't wait to share the work our amazing team has been creating for you.

Don’t forget to pick up your Fall 2018 issue of Ethos outside the EMU! We have a lot of great stories written by our tal...
10/23/2018

Don’t forget to pick up your Fall 2018 issue of Ethos outside the EMU! We have a lot of great stories written by our talented student writers. Special shout out to our editors, photographers and designers too!

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10/23/2018

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We are excited to launch our podcast! Give it a listen
08/17/2018
Inside the Creative Mind

We are excited to launch our podcast! Give it a listen

Hello! This episode explores the creative process with interviews with two creatives from the University of Oregon, Kylie Davis, a painter and artist and Sarah Hovet, a poet and writer. Join us as we

Following the Undie Run were live performances from Hindsight Hotel, DJ Coop and The Heads Up. Check out our recap of th...
06/05/2017
Emerald Fest: A New Tradition | Ethos Magazine

Following the Undie Run were live performances from Hindsight Hotel, DJ Coop and The Heads Up. Check out our recap of the celebration ☀️🎉🎶:

Words by Sam Smargiassi, Photos by Sarah Northrop rom sunshine and cotton candy to friends painting each other’s bodies to children laughing as

Be sure to check out the Emerald Fest and UndieRun tomorrow from 11AM-8:30PM in the Memorial Quad! Also, make sure to st...
05/31/2017
EmeraldFest | 2017

Be sure to check out the Emerald Fest and UndieRun tomorrow from 11AM-8:30PM in the Memorial Quad! Also, make sure to stop by the Ethos Block Party 🎫👙👟 Click the link for more info:

super-happy free your body, free your spirit, free your mind, day for music, day for art, day for debate, day to collaborate, day to make the world better, day to party, day to dance, day to run in your undies, day to say:

The The Hip-Hop Social ensured an understanding that hip hop is more than just music.
05/26/2017
Black Arts Festival: A Week of Culture | Ethos Magazine

The The Hip-Hop Social ensured an understanding that hip hop is more than just music.

Words by Sam Smargiassi, Photos by Meghan Jacinto his week is about expressing our talents and who we are as a people,” says Drake Hills, a University of

Located on 16th and Willamette Street and hidden inside the old, white Veterans Memorial Building is Mac’s Nightclub, a ...
05/05/2017
The Blues Are Back in Town | Ethos Magazine

Located on 16th and Willamette Street and hidden inside the old, white Veterans Memorial Building is Mac’s Nightclub, a restaurant, bar and live music venue.

Words by Olivia Singer, Photos by Sarah Northrop he number of talented artists and musicians we have around here is incredible. It never ceases to

05/04/2017
A Day at Occupy Medical | Ethos Magazine

“I am tired of watching people die or suffer when I know that the problem is the way that we are doing billing.”

Read Claire Rischiotto's story about Occupy Medical, a clinic which treats any walk-in patient regardless of insurance or income.

Words by Claire Rischiotto, Photos by Hetta Hanson n an overcast Sunday afternoon, Sue Sierralupé begins her volunteer shift by checking on a patient whose

A recent exhibit at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art revealed how the universal principles of Islam might be compellin...
04/20/2017
American Qur’an: Cultural Understanding Through Art | Ethos Magazine

A recent exhibit at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art revealed how the universal principles of Islam might be compelling to Americans who have never had contact with the religion beyond general media.

Words by Iago Bojczuk, Photos by Will Nielsen n recent months, Islamophobia and hate crimes against muslims in the United States have soared to

Professor John Bellamy Foster was placed on Turning Point USA’s Professor Watchlist last year due to his alleged sociali...
04/20/2017
Blacklisted: The Fight For Freedom of Expression on Campus | Ethos Magazine

Professor John Bellamy Foster was placed on Turning Point USA’s Professor Watchlist last year due to his alleged socialist and Marxist presence both inside and outside of the classroom. Read his story here:

Words by Morgan Krakow, Photos by Ty Boespflug rom floor to ceiling, John Bellamy Foster’s walls are lined with books. The sociology professor’s

BREAKING: Morgan Krakow selected as Ethos Editor in Chief for 2017-2018.
04/13/2017
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BREAKING: Morgan Krakow selected as Ethos Editor in Chief for 2017-2018.

Morgan Krakow has been chosen as the Ethos Editor in Chief for the 2017-2018 academic year. In June, Krakow will take over the post from current Editor in

Interested in picking up a copy of Ethos? We’re distributed at 40 locations on and near the University of Oregon campus....
04/05/2017
Where to find us | Ethos Magazine

Interested in picking up a copy of Ethos? We’re distributed at 40 locations on and near the University of Oregon campus. Check them out here:

Mack McHone is a 22-year-old welder in Bend, Oregon. Today, McHone runs a successful welding business. He works from his...
04/01/2017

Mack McHone is a 22-year-old welder in Bend, Oregon. Today, McHone runs a successful welding business. He works from his late grandfathers shop to be closer to his Nana who he calls his best friend. Read his story in our upcoming edition of Ethos Mag, available on April 3rd.

Here is the official cover for the spring edition of Ethos Mag! The magazine will be available on April 3rd.
03/28/2017

Here is the official cover for the spring edition of Ethos Mag! The magazine will be available on April 3rd.

Check out this piece by one of our writers, Tess Novotny, which was recently published in The Register-Guard.
03/28/2017
A new woman

Check out this piece by one of our writers, Tess Novotny, which was recently published in The Register-Guard.

Changing genders brings a life into balance for 48-year-old UO grad student

“An event like this is really important for the LGBTQ students on campus because it gives folks an opportunity to expres...
02/24/2017
Gays In Space: More than just a drag show | Ethos Magazine

“An event like this is really important for the LGBTQ students on campus because it gives folks an opportunity to express themselves in a way they might not normally get to." Read about the recent LGBTQIA+ Student Union's event on campus:

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

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake had just shaken her country of Nepal, and the graduate student was not prepared for how badly...
02/22/2017
Building Nepal’s Future | Ethos Magazine

A 7.8 magnitude earthquake had just shaken her country of Nepal, and the graduate student was not prepared for how badly she would miss home. Read the story of Dristi Manandhar, a UO student working to improve architecture in Nepal.

Words by Erin Coates, Photos by Hetta Hansen oving across the world to pursue a master's degree in sustainable architecture was not an easy

Clements relies on her memory and ears for the chord progressions, as she has lost her eyesight due to the progression o...
02/17/2017
Striking a Chord: A Life with Multiple Sclerosis | Ethos Magazine

Clements relies on her memory and ears for the chord progressions, as she has lost her eyesight due to the progression of multiple sclerosis, a disease she has been living with for 50 years.

Words by Aliya Hall, Photos by KJ Hellis- Sitting in a wheelchair, Judy Clements holds her ukulele close to her body as she strums out...

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