Tag: Class

  • Bursting The Political Bubble

    Bursting The Political Bubble

     By: Anna Sobczyk Liberalism is a disease—a shirt design that wouldn’t turn heads in my small hometown in Idaho. I was raised in a conservative community of 950 people and my graduating class was 15. When I decided to go to college in Portland, I effectively jumped from one political bubble to another. This division…

  • It’s Not All About Getting A Job

    It’s Not All About Getting A Job

       By: Anna Sobczyk I had a lot of illusions about starting college. Having grown up in a small town, I figured my move to Portland would initiate everything “falling into place.” To me, living in a big city meant an endless supply of opportunities and experiences. Six weeks after moving to Portland, nothing had…