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Since our inception in 2006, we’ve worked hard to share a multicultural spirit with our readership throughout the University and Eugene community. Ethos is, after all, defined as the fundamental characteristic of a spirit, people, or culture. Throughout our pages and on our website you’ll find unique, multicultural stories discussing topics from Eugene restaurants to international human rights debates. Our readers pick up Ethos to explore ethical, journalistic story telling, beautiful photography and illustrations, and innovative designs. We embrace diversity in our stories, in our student staff, and in our readership. An enthusiastic and talented student staff put in countless hours to produce Ethos independent of faculty advising. We hope to be a creative outlet for our staff and inspire our readers to seek understanding and fuel intrigue for this epically diverse world. Every three months we will print and distribute a free, colorful issue. Your support is vital in this process. Thank you. Cheers,

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