Monthly Archives: July 2010

Stephen and Mary go to The Coast: Part 1

Two college students, six days, 250 sea stars, and one Garmin GPS. Over the week of July 9-15, my research partner, Stephen, and I made a tour of beaches between Commencement Bay and La Push, WA, conducting sea star surveys and … Continue reading

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Reading Images

Example of the sort of conflated feminine portraiture/fashion photography circulating in UO and on Tumblr… right now. I really wonder what the style of this “in” photography (see: Urban Outfitters) is saying about the current state of femininity, but have been too complacent in my gentle admiration of … Continue reading

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A Word on Page Design and Webpage Design

Over the last couple of weeks I’ve had the opportunity to spend time with a few different page designers at The News Tribune. Page Designer Carmen Dybdahl, a 22-year News Tribune veteran who is responsible for designing the front page … Continue reading

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Summer in Tacoma

Even though I’m about to begin my senior year, this is my first summer in Tacoma. It has been a great experience so far. I’m staying in Tacoma to do my work as Associated Students of Puget Sound (ASUPS) President … Continue reading

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Oregon’s Urban Growth Boundary and Washington’s Summer Life

As June has turned into July, I’ve realized that summer is almost halfway over. I suppose I could look at this more positively and say that I still have more than half the summer to enjoy, and work on research, … Continue reading

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Discovering the Importance of Conversation

Welcome to my blog, where I will do my best to entertain you with tales of my newsroom internship. I’m working at the copy and design desk for The News Tribune (Tacoma’s premier daily newspaper) this summer. You may be … Continue reading

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