Monthly Archives: September 2010

Graduate Student Advice Story

Veteran Students Offer Tips to Rookies                     by Ryan Buckley For anyone who hasn’t been within 10 miles of the University in the past week, the freshman class of 2010 has arrived. Roadways and dorm halls all over campus have been … Continue reading

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Ryan Buckley Intro

Hi I’m Ryan, I am a senior journalism student at the UO and am dreading graduation at the end of this year. I was born in New Jersey but spent most of my life in California. I am the oldest … Continue reading

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Introduction for J 361: Kenneth Wymer

My name is Kenneth Wymer I am currently a senior at the University of Oregon. I am majoring in English and Journalism. My focus is the news editorial program within the journalism major. After getting my degrees in both majors … Continue reading

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Grad Students Offer Wise Words to Incoming Freshmen

By Neil Beschle Roughly 3,800 freshmen blitzed the University of Oregon campus this fall, bringing with them feelings of excitement and apprehension about their college years to come. Amidst this tumultuous time, graduate students at the university reflected on their … Continue reading

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Who is Jake McNeal?

My name is Jake McNeal and I am a senior, majoring in news-editorial and magazine journalism, with a business minor. If there is one thing I love, it’s sports.  I figure that covering sports is the next best thing to … Continue reading

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Time Management is Key, Grad Students Say

by Franklin Bains At the start of the school year, most first-year students have questions about how to begin. And while the wording may vary, the basic answer among graduate students is constant: college is about time management. Lauren Stewart, … Continue reading

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Talk to your Professors

By Emma Salo The 2010/11 school year opens as does every other: with hundreds of freshman flocking to college campuses to pursue dreams of higher education, independence, and parties.  Despite their excitement, many are filled with trepidation for the new … Continue reading

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U of O Grad Student’s Advice to Incoming Freshman: “Work On Your Listening Skills”

By Benny Harris Nicole Peterson, a U of O Grad. School student studying Community and Regional Planning, says if she could give one piece of advice to incoming freshman it would be, “Work on your listening skills.  You will absorb … Continue reading

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Jordan Bentz – A Personal Introduction

I transferred to the University of Oregon in 2008 hoping to legitimize my interest in writing. I’ve since learned that the world of journalism encompasses more than just print media. As such, I hope to expand my skill-set to include … Continue reading

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Steven Stark Intro

My name is Steven Stark, and I’m a twenty-year-old junior journalism major with a focus on electronic  media and magazine. I was born in Dallas, Texas and still visit several times a year, but i did go to school in … Continue reading

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