With an economic market that demands extreme multitasking and a digital culture that rewards immediacy, ease, and efficiency, our environment is changing at an astonishing rate. Pressured by this cultural shift, we have less time to consume information, and our brains are adapting to these demands.
Why blog? Readers, it’s time to get a little bit meta. Every term we students scour our community, our field, and our brains to bring you interesting blog topics. Occasionally, when we are banging our heads against our keyboards, we wonder why. Reflection is rarely a wasted exercise, so let’s look at why Ooligan has […]
by Kait Heacock I don’t read much poetry, which is why I believe I’m uniquely qualified to talk about Portland poet Sid Miller’s 2009 collection Dot-to-Dot, Oregon. I say this because this is not a book meant only for other poets or one to be relegated to the hear-a-pin-drop silence of a poetry reading. This […]