Monthly Archives: November 2010

Update on Red Cross Enterprise Story

Not a lot has changed. I need to get in touch with the Red Cross and Keffer again to get more background information on the Oregon Pacific Chapter of the Red Cross and it’s youth services programs. I’m hoping to … Continue reading

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Enterprise Assignment, In Detail, Fall 2010

Here we go: Don’t worry about the “larger issue” part — if I’ve approved your story, you are writing about a “larger issue.” Enterprise Story Assignment Living in a Changing World Assignment due by December 8 Two options: 1. One … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story Update

My enterprise piece is about the history of Dot Dotson’s photo supply, how the store has managed to stay afloat with the changing economy and with the evolution of photography, and about the people who work and shop there. I … Continue reading

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Enterprise Process

Hey Everyone, I am covering Slow Food Eugene and so far, I have three candidates who have given me interviews. I am also going to go to Friendly Neighborhood’s community garden and try to find an individual participating in both … Continue reading

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Enterprise Progress

Its been a rough start to the enterprise story, I was planning on doing a story on either a student or teacher at the Eugene Montessori School but haven’t made much progress on the story. So far I have called … Continue reading

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Enterprise Progress

I think I’ve taken a step backwards with my enterprise story. I was initially going to use my profile story as part of my enterprise, but I’ve decided not to. After going to the West Eugene Animal Hospital I’ve realized … Continue reading

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Eyes on the Enterprise

My quest to cover Eugene’s mission to save Civic Stadium will consist of the following steps: 1) Call (541) 34-CIVIC or e-mail information@savecivicstadium.org to speak directly to an organization member and get myself involved with community efforts.  The best way to … Continue reading

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Bernie Corrigan Chat Transcript and Notes

Friendly resident of 35 years “I love it.  I don’t have to live here.” Science Friday is one of his favorite programs “The God people in the form of the Republican Party wanna shut N.P.R. off if they possibly can.” … Continue reading

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Profile: Jim Dotson

By Mitch Rymeski Jim Dotson grew up in a photo lab. Printers, developing tanks, and photography buffs have surrounded him throughout his entire life. From kindergarten forth the unmistakable scent of darkroom chemicals would follow Dotson everywhere, but despite this … Continue reading

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Profile: Elise Hansen of 10 Moons Midwifery Clinic

When most people think of a Jamaican vacation, they envision sandy beaches, swaying palm trees, and the crystalline waters of the Caribbean Sea – not the sterile, whitewashed halls of an outpatient birthing center. For Elise Hansen, a Eugene-based midwife … Continue reading

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