Category: Art

10 UO Clubs to Try This Year

Words by Keven Salazar & Kelsey Tidball | Photo by Keven Salazar Learning new things and connecting with others who share the same passions that you do is an important part of going to college, and the University of Oregon has many clubs that can help you with just that. Whether you enjoy being out in nature or dancing, the University of Oregon offers many clubs that will fit anyone’s needs. Below are 10 great clubs we recommend that you check out this year to learn new skills and have fun doing so! UO West Coast Swing Club Whether...

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Q&A: Falling Sky’s Jason Carriere

Words by Skyla Patton | Photo by Michael Davies Are you a beer enthusiast? Tired of having to pick only from the selection in stores? It’s time to roll up your sleeves and become more than just the drinker of beers — homebrewing is calling your name. Homebrewing is an ancient art form that has regained popularity in recent years. We sat down with experienced homebrewer, Jason Carriere, co-owner of Falling Sky Brewing to get an inside scoop on what goes into the art of homebrewing. Question: When did you first start home brewing? Answer: I first started in...

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Four Tips for Going Minimal This Year

Words by Kelsey Tidball | Photo by Sierra Pedro We’ve all heard that old adage, “You can’t pour from an empty cup.” But what if emptying our cups a little bit is actually the key to living a more healthful, rewarding life? Now, I’m not saying you should deplete your emotional or mental resources. But what if that cup had less useless stuff in it? Imagine it: fewer pairs of jeans we have never worn. Fewer pieces of furniture that make our apartment feel cramped and congested. Less clutter, chaos, and calamity. If the sound of that made your...

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What the Heck is Hygge? 10 Cozy Ways to Practice It

by Anna Glavash Do you know that feeling you’re always chasing as the cold winter weather settles in? It’s that satisfied sense of deep contentment, of being warm, snuggled and loved. As it turns out, there’s a word for it—hygge. Hygge (pronounced HYOO-gah) is a Norwegian word that means “well-being.” The Danish use it for anything that makes us feel comforted by our surroundings and connected to those around us. Hygge can be found in favorite places, daily rituals, the company of close friends, comfort foods and adventure. It’s in the things that make us feel most alive and...

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Falling for Autumn Decor

By Skyla Patton Autumn is here! Fall fans are rejoicing in the crisp air, big fluffy scarves and plethora of pumpkin spice products. Even if you’re more on the “bah-humbug” side of the aisle, there’s one thing that most of us love about the turn of the season: the leaves changing color! It’s always a joy to watch the trees morph into totally different palettes and shed their leaves into huge, beautiful piles of color. Check out these fun DIY projects for bringing this special moment and the season of fall into your home. Leaf Banners This project is...

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