Part time work as a member of the University of Oregon student newspaper's editorial board creating a wide range of graphics with attitude. "All hope abandon, ye who enter" the graphic editor's office.
Affected tone of articles through a variety of graphic techniques that expanded on story lines and advanced editorial objectives. Conveyed editorial board views on campus and community affairs.
Increased readership by entertaining readers from sidewalks, trash cans and clogged storm drains.
Improved comprehension of complex issues through a Frankenstein-like patchwork of loosely stitched together graphic and satirical styles hacked from syndicated cartoonists like Jeff MacNelly, Berkeley Breathed, Bill Watterson, and Pat Oliphant. Kept the angry mobs from burning down the office by begging Jack Ohman for technical tips on a (likely unmemorable to him) campus visit.
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