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Brynne Boehlecke

Brynne Boehlecke, Volunteer

Brynne Boehlecke (she/they) is a second-year creative writing major with an Indigenous studies minor. She is the vice president of the Student Literary Club and a member of the Native American Students Association and the Creative Writing Society at OSU. They enjoy writing and reading poetry and fantasy, calligraphy, talking to her dogs, and naming their plants after Shakespeare characters. She’s from Las Vegas and they plan to be a poet and novelist.

Chin Swee Temple by Adrienne Loke. Film Photography.

Art Feature: “Chin Swee Temple” by Adrienne Loke

Brynne Boehlecke June 12, 2024

  Biography: Hi there! I'm Adrienne, and I am a first year undergraduate student at OSU studying Biology! I absolutely love all kinds of art styles, whether it be digital, 2D, 3D, or anything...

Poetry by Cris Castillo and a Visual Feature by Bryce Powell

Poetry by Cris Castillo and a Visual Feature by Bryce Powell

Brynne Boehlecke June 11, 2024

    Bryce Powell Biography: My name is Bryce, and I have been taking pictures since my first photography class in my Junior year at Benson High School in Portland, Oregon. I...

Benny the Titan by Jose Rios Ortiz. Digital art.

Art Feature: “Benny the Titan” Jose Rios Ortiz

Brynne Boehlecke June 10, 2024

  Biography: My name is Jose Rios Ortiz. I come from Salem, Oregon and currently attend Oregon State University as a pre-Graphic Design major. I enjoy spending my days laughing, watching sports...

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Poetry Feature: “Frau Bach (Anna Magdalena Bach)” by AnaKarinn Tracy

Brynne Boehlecke June 8, 2024

Frau Bach (Anna Magdalena Bach) First night. Sweet Christy, meek and misty, Johann’s eyes, our premier prize. The doctor tries. Her little body, prodded, poked In search of hope, is still and...

Its Got Pop-ups! by Weston Flow. Photography.

Poetry by Ella Cave & a Visual Feature by Weston Flow

Brynne Boehlecke June 6, 2024

  Arts & Crafts She sat at her desk and collaged her first date. She worked her scissors through the paper and around printed pictures, careful not to slice the ears of her partner...

Brynne’s Reading Wrap-Up, Spring 2024

Brynne Boehlecke, Volunteer June 5, 2024

*Please note that content warnings may be incomplete.*   Warrior Girl Unearthed by Angeline Boulley — ★★★★☆ CONTENT WARNINGS: racism, sexual assault, violence against Native...

Dragon Attack by Anonymous. Watercolor and Gouache.

Poetry by Ryaan Akmal & an Anonymous Art Feature

Brynne Boehlecke June 4, 2024

  Dementophobia, or the Fear of Insanity I'm afraid I had something to tell you. The words feel jumbled up right now, But I'm sure we can find sense in them.   They call...

Marshs Descent by Canyon Roberts. Digital Art.

Poetry by Ellie Ocel & a Visual Feature by Canyon Roberts

Brynne Boehlecke June 2, 2024

  Snowblind After snow falls, it is covered with cinder from cars driving past every day.   From far away, the mountain bleeds.   As we drive past, you say nothing looks...

Art Feature: Two Pieces by Ivy Odette

Art Feature: Two Pieces by Ivy Odette

Brynne Boehlecke June 1, 2024

    Biography: Ivy is a 17 year old student at OSU who grew up watching cartoons and surrounded by nature. She is from Portland, Oregon but now lives in the Columbia River Gorge....

Robin Wall Kimmerer Visits OSU, and the Stone Award Book Club

Robin Wall Kimmerer Visits OSU, and the Stone Award Book Club

Brynne Boehlecke, Volunteer May 27, 2024

The prestigious Stone Award for Literary Achievement, created by Oregon State University alum Patrick Stone and his wife Vicki, is awarded every couple of years to an American author who is not only a...

Brynne’s Reading Wrap-Up, Winter 2024

Brynne Boehlecke, Volunteer March 20, 2024

1. The Hunting Moon by Susan Dennard — ★★★★☆ “One of the key defense mechanisms of a phoenix is to shine so brightly, their predators are temporarily stunned and unable to pursue.” Genre:...

I Read 65 Books in 2023: Here Are My Top 10

Brynne Boehlecke, Volunteer February 26, 2024

For the people who know me — or honestly, even for the people who have heard of me — there is almost nothing about me more obvious than my love for reading. In 2023, I read a grand total of 65 books...

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