Anna Blake Patrick
As OES Aardvarks in the City of Portland, we are part of one of the most artistic (and, of course, “weird”) cities in the country—and the fifth most tattooed. Now, when self-expression and a sense of identity are a more intrinsic part of our community than ever, tattoos have become the symbol of individuality and voice.
I really love Wednesdays. I actually love them more, sometimes, than I do Saturdays because the break in the middle of the week is so needed. Here’s a haiku I wrote about Wednesdays:
According to the BBC, more than 48,000 umbrella companies have sprouted up in the UK over the past few years. These companies, created by large corporations, are dodging “hundreds of millions of pounds” in taxes.
On Thursday night, the OES men’s lacrosse team played their final game of the 2021 season in a grueling knockout game against Tigard High School.
Living in the U.S., it can become very easy to lose oneself in the endless national news cycle.
Senioritis Season is upon us with novel severity. Here to discuss the infamous affliction are: myself, the two doctors I happen to live with, and a host of suffering seniors who selflessly spent their last scraps of energy sharing their stories.
After hearing about it for months on end, this week I decided to learn more about cryptocurrency and wanted to share my experience so far. So, If you were ever looking for a perhaps criminally under-educated, how-to-make-a-quick-buck-driven guide into the mysterious and ever-evolving world of cryptocurrencies, here it is.
As the Dig’s resident Taylor Swift news reporter, I am so excited to finally be able to talk about Fearless (Taylor’s Version) which dropped April 9th 2021.
Anna Blake Patrick
OES Production has overcome the challenges of COVID-19 by viewing the spring One Acts through a different lens.
After a long wait, I’ve got 5 new playlists for you all―and don’t worry, I made them as unpredictable as the weather!