Monthly Archives: October 2011

Easy Hipster

The excessively used term “hipster” has made a seemingly large impression on popular culture within the past 5 years. Portland, OR is one of the few authentic hipster destinations in America that has drawn in more than enough attention fostering … Continue reading

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Hipsters

By: Erica In recent years, the term “hipster” has become a household term created and used by society to define a specific subculture of people. But what exactly is a “hipster”? Hipsters can be grouped into four main categories that … Continue reading

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Portland Hipsters

By Chris Portland Hipsters   I had never really heard of the term hipster until I started coming to Portland State University last year, but I did notice a very large number of people who seemed to really enjoy riding … Continue reading

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Why fix-geared?

  By: Griffus Recently there has been a lot of hype on “hipsters” and their appropriations.  I am especially intrigued by the incorporation of “fix-geared” bikes.  Fix-gear bikes are bikes with 1 gear and often no brakes.  I can see … Continue reading

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Hipsters: The Absent Others

By Annie: If you informally polled the population of any major city, you would find that hipsters are nowhere and everywhere. No one identifies him or herself as such, but ask any twenty-something and you are likely to hear about … Continue reading

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There is no such thing as a free sprirt

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there’s no such thing as a free sprirt

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