Monthly Archives: October 2012

Eugene cyclist approve measure that will repair damaged streets

Bicyclist stand behind measure 20-197 that will ensure safer and smoother roads for cyclists. By Lauryn Newson J361 Reporter Eugene, OR- As election day is nearing closer, some of the nation’s more import issues like the deficit and healthcare are … Continue reading

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Bicyclists approve ballot measure to fix Eugene streets

Measure 20-197 could give new life to nearly 74 lane miles of Eugene streets By Nicholas Filipas J361 Reporter A majority of topics that are discussed during the Presidential elections between President Barack Obama and former governor Mitt Romney tend … Continue reading

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J361: Midterm Part IV

Wide Range of Beliefs on UO Campus Some hate elections, some love them, but most are participating. By Cameron Walker It’s an election year, and people on the University of Oregon campus aren’t as gung-ho liberal as stereotypes might suggest. … Continue reading

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Bus Riders take part in the Election

On Thursday afternoon, Reporting I Blog students interviewed University of Oregon bus riders on their views about the upcoming elections. Research showed that the majority of these people did not have a strong opinion about local or national politics because … Continue reading

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Eugene cyclists weigh on local ballot measures

A cyclist rides through the University of Oregon campus. Photo by Branden Andersen. By: Branden Andersen For people who use cycling as their primary mode of transportation like Eugene resident Ellen Stember, the City of Eugene ballot form is more … Continue reading

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Midterm post

Eugene: Not entirely liberal this fall With Elections soon approaching, public transit patrons share their varying opinions on current politics, both national and local By SHELBY HAWKINSON Eugene, Ore. – With Election Day merely weeks away, political candidates, measures, and … Continue reading

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Student Drivers Voice Their Opinion About the Election

Eugene, Oregon – Many students at the University of Oregon have already voted, but didn’t have much interest in most of the measures. However, they did have an opinion about the presidential election. Quinn Peterson, a student at the UO, … Continue reading

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Midterm Post: UO Longboarders Weigh in on Presidential Election

Skating over the issues in upcoming presidential election UO skateboarders and longboarders speak out about Republican and Democratic presidential candidates By STEPHANIE GUERRERO J361 Reporter Eugene – The UO skating community show a varying opinion on a favorable candidate as … Continue reading

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Campus Drivers Sound Off On Upcoming Election And Measure 80

Students who drive to campus express concerns about who could take office and the repercussions of passing Measure 80  By JENNY AFFAN Through the hustle and chaos of midterms, driving students were still able to remember that a presidential election … Continue reading

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Midterm Post: Melissa Murray

EUGENE, Ore.—Thursday afternoon reporting one blog interviewed people around the campus area that take the bus as a normal means of transportation. Students asked questions regarding the upcoming election.   Kiyo Clark, a 57 year-old bus driver makes his stops … Continue reading

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