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Beyond the Page from Prism

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Beyond the Page is a conversational podcast brought to you by Oregon State University’s art and literary journal Prism, a part of Orange Media Network. Hosts Erin Dose and Christina Wright invite creators from the OSU community to share and discuss their work. New episodes are released on the last Monday of every month. Follow @osuprism on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, and visit orangemedianetwork.com/prism for more.

Latest Episodes

Reflection on Art Intersections

Editors Erin Dose and Ardea Eichner chat with Prism volunteers Johnny Brunac and Lauren Miller about the connections between artistic interests and other aspects of their lives. Science, writing, and athletics are all considered in the conversation related to creativity. Follow Prism online: Facebook.com/OSUPrism Twitter and Instagram: @osuprism

6 MINjust now
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Reflection on Art Intersections

Unsatisfactory Young Adult Book Endings

Editors Erin Dose and Lauren Miller discuss the endings to the Harry Potter and Twilight series, including the good, the bad, and the ugly. Should have Ron and Hermione ended up together? What about Jacob and Renesmee? Learn our thoughts in this episode. Follow Prism online: Facebook.com/OSUPrism Twitter and Instagram: @osuprism

13 MINJUN 6
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Unsatisfactory Young Adult Book Endings

Letting Your Artistry Rise

Description: Assistant Editor Christina Wright speaks with both the cover artist and the cover poet for the new edition of Prism, titled ’Rise.’ Miriam Barnes is a contributor with two of her poems published in Rise. Luke Bennett is the cover artist whose art makes up both the front and back cover of Rise. Talking about their influences and creative process, Barnes and Bennet give you a peek into their artistry. Follow Prism online: Facebook.com/OSUPrism Twitter and Instagram: @osuprism

20 MIN2018 NOV 28
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Letting Your Artistry Rise

Poetry Through Oregon State’s History

Prism Editor-in-Chief Erin Dose and Assistant Editor Christina Wright read through the Prism archives with special guest Murphy Caldwell, an OSU poet previously published in multiple editions. We explore how the student voice has evolved over time on campus. For more poetry from the archive, check out our article here: OSU Poetry throughout History Poems Recited: "Ode to a Butterfly" by Cliff Porter, 1974 "Preventable Fine Arts" Stephen R Jones, 1981 "They" Denise Branch, 1985 "Wisdom" Janet Rayann Iida, 1986 "Autumn" Amy Hellickson, 1995 "In My Pocket" Brad Canfield, 2002 "Don’t Let The Truth Ruin Your Day" Sandra Rickman, 2008 "And who wrote all that?" Camille Tollbom, 2016 "Perpetual" Murphy Caldwell, 2018

30 MIN2018 OCT 31
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Poetry Through Oregon State’s History
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Latest Episodes

Reflection on Art Intersections

Editors Erin Dose and Ardea Eichner chat with Prism volunteers Johnny Brunac and Lauren Miller about the connections between artistic interests and other aspects of their lives. Science, writing, and athletics are all considered in the conversation related to creativity. Follow Prism online: Facebook.com/OSUPrism Twitter and Instagram: @osuprism

6 MINjust now
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Reflection on Art Intersections

Unsatisfactory Young Adult Book Endings

Editors Erin Dose and Lauren Miller discuss the endings to the Harry Potter and Twilight series, including the good, the bad, and the ugly. Should have Ron and Hermione ended up together? What about Jacob and Renesmee? Learn our thoughts in this episode. Follow Prism online: Facebook.com/OSUPrism Twitter and Instagram: @osuprism

13 MINJUN 6
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Unsatisfactory Young Adult Book Endings

Letting Your Artistry Rise

Description: Assistant Editor Christina Wright speaks with both the cover artist and the cover poet for the new edition of Prism, titled ’Rise.’ Miriam Barnes is a contributor with two of her poems published in Rise. Luke Bennett is the cover artist whose art makes up both the front and back cover of Rise. Talking about their influences and creative process, Barnes and Bennet give you a peek into their artistry. Follow Prism online: Facebook.com/OSUPrism Twitter and Instagram: @osuprism

20 MIN2018 NOV 28
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Letting Your Artistry Rise

Poetry Through Oregon State’s History

Prism Editor-in-Chief Erin Dose and Assistant Editor Christina Wright read through the Prism archives with special guest Murphy Caldwell, an OSU poet previously published in multiple editions. We explore how the student voice has evolved over time on campus. For more poetry from the archive, check out our article here: OSU Poetry throughout History Poems Recited: "Ode to a Butterfly" by Cliff Porter, 1974 "Preventable Fine Arts" Stephen R Jones, 1981 "They" Denise Branch, 1985 "Wisdom" Janet Rayann Iida, 1986 "Autumn" Amy Hellickson, 1995 "In My Pocket" Brad Canfield, 2002 "Don’t Let The Truth Ruin Your Day" Sandra Rickman, 2008 "And who wrote all that?" Camille Tollbom, 2016 "Perpetual" Murphy Caldwell, 2018

30 MIN2018 OCT 31
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Poetry Through Oregon State’s History
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