Category: News

  • Multnomah County Takes Back the Block

    On April 6, 2022 the Multnomah County Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) program and Oregon Walks co-hosted an event called Take Back the Block. The event celebrated National Walking Day, Distracted Drivers Awareness Month, and National Public Health Week. One of the main goals of the event was to draw attention to […]

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  • Post Seniors: Quintana Jones

    Post Seniors: Quintana Jones

    Most likely to wear a beret and pull it off. Quintana has been a writer for the Post during her senior year. She doesn’t have a favorite section to write for, explaining that “[y]ou gotta do them all” during your time on the Post, though her favorite story she’s written is her article ranking the […]

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  • Post Seniors: Abe Nelson

    Most likely to restore our faith in white men. Abe has been writing for the Post since his sophomore year. One thing he’ll miss about the Post when he’s studying engineering at Tufts University is “being forced to mail newspapers by Oscar.” On a similar note, his words of advice for new writers and editors […]

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  • Post Seniors: Emilia Valencia

    Post Seniors: Emilia Valencia

    Most likely to sing the national anthem at the Olympics. Emilia has been a writer on the staff of the Post for one year. Her favorite article she’s written is her piece about “Jeopardy” hosts titled “Who is… the New Host of ‘Jeopardy!’?” because, she explains, “I got to interview some really cool people.” One […]

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