By Emily Hoard
This year, three of the six faculty members hired this fall identify as members of communities of color, and 17 percent of tenure-track faculty members self-reported as being from underrepresented groups. In 2013, this percent- age was under 15 percent.
In a joint
Minority faculty on tenure track hits 17% by Emily Hoard
Sallie Ford rocks downtown by Jamie Ervin
Soccer seeks to exceed expectations by Blake Lepire
A real 5-cent word by Maggie Boucher
Toyama still wakes up hopeful
By Kelley Villa
Not long ago, I wrote a paper for my feminist theory class suggesting that my “feminist ritual” of relying on Google Maps to navigate me “home” could add to feminist understandings of crossing borders of genders, sexualities and nations. #libarts
I had not
On July 23, Uber, a smart- phone-based service that al- lows private drivers to pick up customers using GPS navigation technology—and which allegedly “disrupts” traditional taxi transportation services—launched in Salem and Eugene.
The launch occurred after a promotion in which the company delivered
By Joe Lindblom-Masuwale
Hip-hop artist Common’s tenth studio album attempts to address the current climate of violence in inner- city Chicago by weaving together typical stories of the average South Side Chicagoan with experiences from his own life.
The album’s title is a direct nod to
By Alison Hsiao
Once again, the perpetually shirtless Channing Tatum and a socially awkward Jonah Hill converge in a comedic buffet of genital humor called “22 Jump Street,” a summer sequel that debuted in June.
Similar to its 2012 predeces- sor, “21 Jump Street,” an un-