Katie Naphas

Howling At The Moon: Bryan Sebok & Luna

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By Katie Naphas /// Features Editor Rhetoric and Media Studies Professor Bryan Sebok has a very special relationship with his dog, Luna. Although she’s only on campus once in a blue moon, Luna (and Bryan Sebok) graced the Pioneer Log with an interview that showed us why they call dogs man’s best friend. PioLog: So,

D.I.Y or Don’t

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By Katie Naphas /// Features Editor Everyone knows the saying “April showers bring May flowers,” right? Well, it sure has been showering and — although it’s not May — I’m ready for the fauna to come back to life. In honor of my favorite season, I decided to customize some pots for the only kind

D.I.Y or Don’t

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By Katie Naphas /// Features Editor The semester is winding down and, honestly, I’m running out of space in my notebooks. Instead of going out and buying a couple, I decided to make my own notebooks. In the remaining weeks, I’m not expecting that I’ll need a full notebook worth of notes, so this project

D.I.Y or Don’t

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By Katie Naphas /// Features Editor If you’re short on time and energy, but you still want a simple way to brighten up your living space, this column goes out to you. Making a banner is super easy and cheap, and it definitely adds a bit of light to any space. So for me, it’s

A Dog’s Eye View: Dan Kelley & Zizou

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By Katie Naphas /// Features Editor and Julie Oatfield /// Staff Writer Coming back from a relaxing spring break is hard to do, but dogs make it a bit easier and a whole lot fluffier. So, the Pioneer Log met up with Watzek librarian Dan Kelley and his Belgian  sheepdog, Zizou, to spend a warm

A Dog Day Afternoon: Elizabeth Bennett & Rhubarb

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By Katie Naphas /// Features Editor and Julie Oatfield /// Staff Writer International Affairs professor Elizabeth Bennett usually deals with issues on a global scale. However, she took a short break to talk about her dog, Rhubarb. PioLog: How did you and Rhubarb first meet? Elizabeth Bennett: Rhubarb and I have been together since she

D.I.Y or Don’t

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By Katie Naphas /// Features Editor It’s springtime, which means flowers. Sorry—I don’t make the rules. I do, however, make flower crowns. And, with a little time and patience, so can you. First off, you gotta get your supplies. This is the critical moment when you decide between real or artificial flowers (or a mix,

D.I.Y. or Don’t

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By Katie Naphas /// Features Editor The popularity of bath bombs has boomed over the past couple of years. There are about 10 million tutorials on how to make your own (heavily inspired by the expensive kind sold at Lush), so I thought it was about time I took a shot at making some. First

D.I.Y or Don’t

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By Katie Naphas /// Features Editor Here’s a little backstory for you: I’ve been using one of my roommate’s 10,000 phone cases for her iPhone 5S since I got my own 5S about a year ago. After much trepidation and reluctance to accept the fact that my iPhone 4S cases were rendered completely useless by

Big Dog On Campus: Anna Gonzalez & Rafa

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By Katie Naphas /// Features Editor and Julie Oatfield /// Staff Writer Dean of Students Anna Gonzalez is a well-known face around campus. Her fancy — and fantastic — dog, Rafa, on the other hand, is less of a figure around Lewis & Clark. To rectify that (and, admittedly, to get some good ol’ fashioned

DIY or Don’t

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By Katie Naphas /// Features Editor Just when it started to seem like spring might be on the way, we got shoved all the way back into sweater weather. Wearing sweaters (in cold weather) is universally acknowledged as a great thing, but there’s a way to make the experience even better: spruce it up. Add