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Life Goes On: Celebrating Athena

Earlier this month, our little six-pound canine leader, Athena, passed away at the age of sixteen. She was pretty much nothing much more than dog hair on bones, struggled to walk better than a drunken sailor, and was done with […]

Life Goes On: Celebrating Athena

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Earlier this month, our little six-pound canine leader, Athena, passed away at the age of sixteen. She was pretty much nothing much more than dog hair on bones, struggled to walk better than a drunken sailor, and was done with […]

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Notes for November: Aaron Rodgers, Mark Zuckerberg and worse

Top photo of Aaron Rodgers by Claudia Gestro It’s pretty clear Aaron Rodgers lied to the public about being vaccinated. It’s also clear he ignored league protocols for wearing a mask while

Michael Trimble is Cycling For Oregon’s Votes

Michael Trimble courtesy of the Trimble4Gov Facebook page The first thing someone might notice about Michael Trimble, one of Oregon’s more unlikely gubernatorial candidates, is not the fact that he

November Letters to Jim: Baseball Postseason, Cancel Culture and Education, Oh My

If you are reading my fan mail, you survived the great bomb cyclone. Fear not, another one, most likely greater than the one that has passed, will be here

Halloween Plans? Which is your choice?

Top illustration by Tim Forkes In the United States, there are five (unspoken) varying brands of Halloween, celebrated by distinctly different groups. These celebratory traditions exist in order to satisfy

Taking Note of a Few Things: October 2021

Top illustration by Tim Forkes I have never been a fan of Urban Meyer. He can’t lose enough as far as I am concerned. His college coaching act was something

Supporting Nuclear Energy

Top illustration by Tim Forkes Utter the word “nuclear” in a discussion about the environmental impact of alternative power sources, and you’re likely to garner some attention. While people are

October Letters to Jim: The PAC-12 Isn’t a Power Conference

Top illustration by Tim Forkes October arrives with cooler temperatures, leaves changing colors, and rabid football fans already wondering what the heck happened to their favorite teams this year. It

Amazon Rainforest Could Be Gone in 30 Years

Amazon Rainforest illustration by Tim Forkes The Amazon Rainforest has been under threat for years, despite its indisputable ecological value and unspeakable beauty. While the public has heard plenty of promises from Brazil’s

Taking Notes for Mid-September

Top photo of Ocean Beach, San Diego, CA by Tim Forkes Isn’t every month the hottest month ever recorded? How many records do we need to set before we comprehend,

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