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About jennimo13

My name is Jenni Moore. I'm a Journalism student at the University of Oregon with a focus in magazine and a minor in Multimedia Arts. I love exercise, animals, volleyball, music, fashion, food and pop culture. I maintain a fairly liberal standpoint on almost every issue. I have a boyfriend name Philip and I hope to get a puppy in about a year. I'm enjoying growing up and am getting closer to getting my very own apartment by myself. It's scary stuff, but it's also very exciting!

SOTU: Just Words or Real Action?

People in the neighborhood of Southeast Eugene took President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address with a grain of salt and maintained their concerns about the financial state of the union. Jason, a customer at The Old Pad, was … Continue reading

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Southeast Neighbors fight for Amazon Headwaters

By Jenni Moore Well-known for their environmental activism and “green” intentions, Southeast Eugene is a place where dog-walkers, hikers, and nature-lovers protect their standard of living. Issues like wildlife habitat protection, high-density housing, sustainability, and education are all very prevalent … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Shockers at the Oscars

Even though there are plenty of those who were in favor of the decisions revealed at the Oscars, it’s safe to say that many didn’t expect The Hurt Locker to win Best Director and Best Picture. Many are upset by … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story update: The Green SE

By Jenni Moore After emailing my previous source, Principal BJ Blake, I got a referral to the advisor of Spencer Butte Middle School’s Green Club. Since my topic is Environmental Concerns in Southeast Eugene, I thought it would be a … Continue reading

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Rexius trail needs work

By Jenni Moore Last Sunday, literally everyone and their dog took advantage of the nice weather and traveled the 3.5 mile Rexius trail in nature-loving Southeast Eugene. Judging by the amount of runners who use the trail, one could assume … Continue reading

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Animal rights debate: Killer whale confinement

Jane Velez-Mitchell, the host of “Issues with Jane Velez-Mitchell,” spoke out in a CNN blog post called “Free the killer whale.” Since the 12,000 pound whale, Tillikum, killed his experienced trainer last week, a debate has sparked between animal rights … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Killer whale kills animal trainer

Today I read a CNN article entitled “SeaWorld trainer killed by killer whale” that said Tillikum, a killer whale at SeaWorld, killed one of his trainers, Dawn Brancheau during a “Dine with Shamu” event that followed a splash show. Witnesses … Continue reading

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Switching it up with Jefferson Westside

After repeatedly venturing out to the hills and trails of Southeast Eugene, Jefferson Westside was a delightfully urban breath of not exactly fresh air. However polluted, the atmosphere and feel of the neighborhood was drastically different from the Southeast. First, … Continue reading

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Mazzi’s Italian Food: a sensual experience

Mazzi’s dining room Mazzi’s, an Italian food restaurant in its 40th year, is located on East Amazon Drive. Around 8 o’clock pm on a Monday night, Mazzi’s is humming with the sounds of light chatter and quieted kitchen appliances. The … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: “The Princess and the Frog” review

After going on a Valentine’s day date to see “The Princess and the Frog,” I decided that I wanted to compare my own opinions to that of some movie review bloggers.  An article from The Sun seemed to match my … Continue reading

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