Ethos Magazine is a totally kick-ass, student run, multi-cultural publication at the University of Oregon. I’ve been working for Ethos since 2008, doing everything from writing, to editing to multimedia. Although I’m no longer a UO student, I’ll continue doing guest blogs for the Ethos website about my year in Kathmandu.
Check out my lastest article, “Kathmandu: The Return,” which is all about first few hours in the city. As my plane touched down at the airport, fueled (or not fueled) by lack of sleep and food, all I could think was: “What the HELL am I doing back here?” Quickly, my apprehensions dried up as I remembered why, after three years, I had decided to return to this place for a year. Please check it out! Comments are always appreciated, too.
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My last article I did for the magazine before I graduated is called “One Sketch at a Time.” The piece is about University of Oregon Professor Ken O’Connell, an inspirational guy who has traveled the world many times over. He has a unique take on travel memories. Instead of taking pictures of beautiful things, he sketches them. Ken has 70 sketchbooks that chronicle the last 50 years of his life and his travels. Flipping through his sketchbooks was absolutely magical. It felt like stepping into chapters of his life, whether those were lived in Italy, or Japan, or Oregon.