Tabling: It’s Awkward for Everyone

By Kellie Doherty We all know that tabling is an awkward college life experience. People standing behind a highly decorated table, silently willing students over by expression alone. Passersby quickening their pace or looking the opposite direction just so they don’t have to deal with it. Let’s face it, it’s awkward for everyone involved. And, having recently finished a tabling session myself, I’d like to … Continue reading Tabling: It’s Awkward for Everyone

A guide to Portland’s Best Halloween Haunts

By: Chelsea Ware Cooler weather, crisp leaves, and pumpkin spice lattes are a few of the reasons that fall is great. But in my humble opinion, Halloween is what makes fall the finest season of the year. I mean really… who can say no to dressing up in an awesome costume and gorging oneself on candy? In honor of the greatest holiday ever and all … Continue reading A guide to Portland’s Best Halloween Haunts

Putting the Pub Back in Publishing

By Kellie Doherty Every year the second-year graduate students of the book publishing program join the new students (we call them “little fish”) at a local bar. Last year it was at Cheerful Tortoise and this year, Rogue. Not all the little fish go, of course, but the ones who do get to meet the second years and mingle with their incoming class. It’s a … Continue reading Putting the Pub Back in Publishing