Monthly Archives: May 2010

Enterprise Story Update

By Myckyal Hunt Whenever I have a big project to do, it feels like I have all the time in the world one day, and no time at all the next.  Nothing has changed with my enterprise story, and I … Continue reading

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Update on Enterprise story

The more I think about the quickly approaching due date for my enterprise story, the more I realize how much I still have to do.  While some aspects of my story are falling into place, there is still a lot … Continue reading

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Update on Enterprise story

By Michelle Li This Friday, I walked into the Eugene Public Library again and tried to dig more information and resource for my enterprise story. The children’s section was almost empty, only with 3 to 4 kids there. It’s probably … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story Update

By: Ayan Jama To be completely honest I have not found a solid angle for my story and am desperately trying to find out. As of right now I have changed my topic from affordable housing in the Jefferson Westside … Continue reading

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Reach Center: A Place for Amazon Neighbors

The Amazon Reach Center brought to life an old, unused church. Creator and director, Geni Morrow, had her eye on the building for years before finally getting the permission from the City of Eugene to purchase it. Now, it’s an … Continue reading

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Enterprise story progress report: Whiteaker businesses.

I’m sure we’re all aware of this at this point, but it’s funny how with this type of project, doing work on it just makes you realize how much more work you have ahead of you. It’s a bit daunting, … Continue reading

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For the Love of Coffee

By: Dominique Rossi “Fresh” means serious business for folks in the Whiteaker. There is not many places where juice jotted on the chalkboard means you will actually witness the barista squeeze three robust navel oranges into your glass jar, but … Continue reading

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Update on Enterprise Story

by Kendall Fields My enterprise story is going relatively well right now. I interviewed the founders of Doulas Supporting Teens, a nonprofit organization based downtown that provides prenatal, labor and post-postpartum support to pregnant and parenting teens. The founders, Shea … Continue reading

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Enterprise Update: Music in the Whiteaker

Like Alex, I too believe that my enterprise project is going relatively well. Last week, I was able to conduct an interview with Sam Bond’s bartender/ music booker Drew Caldwell. He helped immensely in shedding some light on my topic, which was relieving because when I … Continue reading

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Enterprise Progress Report

I’m feeling relatively confident about my enterprise story, at least at the moment. Last week I had a long and entertaining interview with Lonnie Clark, a middle-aged woman cultivating a massive vegetable garden in her Whiteaker backyard. Origionally from LA, … Continue reading

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