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Prism

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Prism

Beyond the Page: Let’s Chat with Skeleton Boy!

Tosca Ruotolo, Editor May 6, 2022

In a very fun episode of Beyond the Page, Tosca is joined by members of pop punk band Skeleton Boy! They shoot the breeze and chat about musical roots, their evolution from stripped-down acoustic sets...

Zane Russell: Wall in the Dark

Zane Russell May 4, 2022

The Garden of Glass I recall all those summers ago, summers ripe as this, seasons upon which I and my sister would prance amidst the flowering daisies of our grandparent’s oriental flat. We would...

2022 Provost Winner: Aanaa Felema (Poetry)

Aanaa Felema May 4, 2022

I’ve Stopped Trying To Make Celery Taste Good 1. I hear it in a pop song for the first time as a child— a vegetable is a vegetable and also a dead weight. I see it for myself when I’m slightly...

Beyond the Page: Let’s Vibe with Glide Divine!

Tosca Ruotolo, Editor April 29, 2022

In this episode, Tosca interviews members of Corvallis space rock band Glide Divine! Tune in as they chat about the band's roots, corvallis vs out-of-state music scenes and local inspirations! Follow...

Power Chord performs on the Memorial Union stairs.

Power Chord Dazzles Listeners at MU Acapella Performance!

Molly Piszczek, Volunteer November 2, 2021
Molly Piszczek gives us the scoop on Power Cord, OSU's co-ed acapella group, and their October 22nd performance.
The Memorial Union peaks through the mostly green trees that have bursts of yellows and orange leaves. Theres a blue sky with only a few clouds in the background.

Things I overheard people saying on campus

Darcy Pound, Volunteer October 27, 2021

This poem was submitted to us during week one by Darcy Pound, one of our Prism volunteers. Pound captures part of the chaos that is transitioning from remote learning to a (mostly) in person experience...

Tosca (left) and Natalie (right) stand behind a sheet of paper covered in painted shades of green. In the middle of the paper in big letters reads Prism.

Welcome Back: Prism Updates and Reminders! 

Natalie Harris and Tosca Ruotolo October 25, 2021

We here at Prism are so excited to welcome you back to campus! Editor-in-Chief, Natalie Harris, and Assistant Editor, Tosca Ruotolo, are happy to see new and returning Prism community members at volunteer...

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Poetry Feature: Sorcery and Advisor

Lauren Miller April 8, 2020

FA Chain Study 2 by Sara KerrIn honor of National Poetry Month, enjoy two poems written by Assistant Editor Lauren Miller. Sorcery Magic is modern hysteria, but sometimes I like to touch a flower, watch...

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Inspired by TV: a few favorite shows

Lauren Miller, Julia Zeigler March 12, 2020

Editor Lauren Miller and Prism volunteer Julia Zeigler get together in the booth for dead week to discuss some of their favorite TV shows: Bakemonogatari and Castle. They discuss great cinematographic...

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Poetry Feature: Silence of the Night

Robyn Schreiber March 10, 2020

Some Place by Gabe ReitzesSilence of the Night by Robyn Schreiber The silent echoes of the nightReveal how you feelOn what is wrong or what is rightAnd you travel deep insideOf your mindListening to...

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A Discussion About Nostalgia

March 5, 2020

Editors and volunteers of Prism engage in a discussion revolving around nostalgia in entertainment. Nostalgia has come up time and time again in the media industry. You see it with the revival of Star...

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Poetry Feature: The Ineffable Machinations of the Universe

Megan Tucker March 3, 2020

 The Ineffable Machinations of the UniverseBy Megan Tucker  Vermilion feathers wake mefrom wandering silence.Pointed proboscis of a mouth:My body insists on becom-ing earth again. Ephemeral,the gossamer...

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