Monthly Archives: April 2009

West University Neighborhood Struggles with Crime Issues

by Katie Dally Whoever said college kids don’t have a care in the world? Sure, there are no 401(k)s, mortgages or children (hopefully) to worry about, but for many – including the residents of Eugene’s West University neighborhood – college … Continue reading

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Local Neighborhood Goes Green Monthly meeting targets the challenge to become a more sustainable community. By: Steven D. Vail A neighborhood association of Eugene, Ore., organizes to improve the community’s sustainability in an effort to go green. Jefferson Westside Neighbors … Continue reading

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Downtown Eugene News Story

Community Crime Stays Steady and Public Transportation Suffers—But All Is Not Lost in Downtown Eugene   Downtown Eugene Struggles Through the Recession and Deals with Unwanted Disruptions While Maintaining Its Artistic Allure By Whitney Mountain Downtown Eugene implemented an Exclusion … Continue reading

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Basketball, Beer and Beautiful skies

Close to Home, Close to Campus By: Ben Christensen Residents of the Fairmount neighborhood seem to only have two things on their minds these days as the students of the University of Oregon complete their spring midterm exams: house parties … Continue reading

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Fairmount

            From walking around the Fairmount neighborhood, which is actually very large as it streches from Willamette River south to 30th Avenue and from Agate Street to the eastern edge of Eugene, I noticed the mixed … Continue reading

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West University Neighborhood

Today I spent the morning walking around the majority of the West University Neighborhood to take the atmosphere and the buildings in the area. My roommates joined me for the breakfast at Brails, one of the most popular breakfast restaurants … Continue reading

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Ring of Fire

I have to say, out of all the places our group has been within JWN (Victoria couldn’t make it), I enjoyed the restaurant Ring of Fire the best. Even though pricy, the food was really good. And to be quite … Continue reading

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