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Cross Crusade #3 2017 Cascade Locks

Cyclocross race, Cascade Locks Oregon October 15th 2017


2017 Portland Marathon Recap

It’s Finally OVER

Although I can say with sincerity that I will continue to run from time to time, having completed the training for my first marathon, I am SO GLAD IT’S FINALLY OVER.  1,747 more words


Book Review: Michael E. Donoghue’s "Borderland on the Isthmus: Race, Culture, and the Struggle for the Canal Zone"

By Alexia Rauen

Michael E. Donoghue’s historical study Borderland on the Isthmus: Race, Culture, and the Struggle for the Canal Zone exposes traditionally underrepresented issues in the Panama Canal Zone. 670 more words

Alexia Rauen

Reflection on Les Back's 'Trust Your Senses? War, Memory, and the Racist Nervous System'

Les Back’s ‘Trust Your Senses? War, Memory, and the Racist Nervous System’ reminded me of being in primary school and learning about World War II. I vaguely remember the teacher playing the air raid sound, and us having to hide under the desks. 584 more words

mini-reviews: milk and honey, tilting our plates, more beautiful things

Something unusual for me… I read quite a bit of poetry in the last year. In addition to Maya Angelou’s Phenomenal Woman (recently posted… 336 more words


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22 years after her death, this Tejano legend is still revered, loved, and idolized, but why tho? This week Kate sat down with Justine and Brittney from the true crime podcast It’s About Damn Crime to talk about La Reina, The Mexican Madonna, The Queen of Tejano, Selena Quintanilla Perez. 29 more words

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Moonlight Film Screening and Discussion

Thank you so much for coming out to our film screening and discussion of Moonlight co-hosted by CLC’s LGBTQ+ Resource Center and Philosophy Club.  We had such a fascinating meaningful discussion about gender, race, sexuality, and body image.  7 more words