Oregon Quarterly

January 1

Travels with Trip

From pro kayaker to environmental documentary filmmaker, Trip Jennings is exactly on course
"Hunger is the Best Cook." Photograph by Myra Albert Wiggins
January 1

Entering the Picture: The Photography of Myra Albert Wiggins

An almost-forgotten early twentieth century photography inspires a twenty-first century poet
300-pound lineman Jordan Holmes enjoys an orange creamsicle smoothie. Photo by Zanne Miller
January 1

Smoothie Operator

Ben and Jerry's store owner, Gary Bertelsen, supports Duck football one sweet, cool cup at a time
January 1

Slavery Then and Now

Excerpt from journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn's book about the worldwide oppression of women
Nicole Spellman, St. Margaret of Scotland
January 1

Iconic Inspiration

Teacher develops innovative approach to help students live what they learn
Jacksonville gallows used to hang Lewis O'Neal in 1886
January 1

Infamous Last Words

What would you say with your head in a noose?
Illustration by Dan Pegoda
January 1

A Duck Walks into a Bar...

Oregon faithful—and one especially fluffy fan—gather in San Francisco
January 1

Profile: Mark Unno

Associate professor of religious studies emphasizes teaching about religion, not teaching religion itself
Inside student contributors to the Summer 2010 issue of Turned Inside-Out
January 1

Inside Inside-Out

Program takes students, teachers, and opportunity to the Oregon penitentiary
The Lewis and Clark River near Astoria. Photo by Michael Cornelius
January 1

Little Things So Big

Excerpt from Brian Doyle's novel, Mink River, set in a fictional town on the Oregon Coast

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