Assistant editor Lauren Miller sits down with Bailey Griffice and Julia Zeigler to discuss Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker and Cats. They debate about the importance of a strong, cohesive storyline and why it is vital to the success of a movie.
Editor Lauren Miller speaks with editor Ardea Eichner about the creation of the physical edition of a Prism Art Journal, and how an annual journal's production differs from past years' quarterly editions.
“I never thought I’d end up in graduate school funded by grape lobbyists,” says Nathan Justus, a robotics engineer at OSU, “but here we are!”
Editors Ardea Eichner and Lauren Miller have a "heated" debate about the best artistic medium. The contenders? Ink and watercolor. Hear each side of the debate, plus what the editors agree on. And let us know - what's your favorite artistic medium?
Editor Lauren Miller joins the podcast as an artist, discussing her experience creating her zine, Limbo, with co-authors Kalie Leavelle and Isabelle Carranza.
Editors Ardea Eichner and Lauren Miller chat about their plans for staying engaged and creative over winter break, including taking time to paint, writing music, storyboarding an animation, and designing clothes.
Editors Ardea Eichner and Lauren Miller end the fall term with a second installment of 'Slip Stories,' in which the name of the game is to create a story from three random words in just one minute. This podcast was recorded during Dead Week, the week before final exams, so the editors talk a…
Prism contributors Julia Zeigler, Sophie Unks, Lisa Wilson, Erin Dose and Bailey Griffice, and assistant editor Lauren Miller read several select pieces of poetry. The themes of the readings attempt to bring some comfort in the midst of Dead Week and welcome in the winter-time.
Meredith Jacobson is a Master’s student in the Forest, Ecosystems and Society Department of OSU’s College of Forestry who studies collaborative partnerships in forest management. She describes her thesis work here at Oregon State as a qualitative case study on the concept of “Anchor Forests”…