Monthly Archives: November 2012

Ryan Fisher’s Reason for Riding

Before the morning haze is lifted and the dew on fallen leaves has dried, you may find him blazing down the bike lane of 13th Street. Rain or shine, he’ll be out there most mornings. It’s tough to miss the … Continue reading

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Q & A with Adam Amin – ESPN

Adam Amin is an ESPN play-by-play announcer and has worked in various sports broadcasting settings. He gives us some insight on what it’s like to be working in his field and his experience with college sports specifically in the SEC … Continue reading

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Maiya Becker Knits Her Way Into Public Art Scene

By Jenny Affan Three women meet in downtown Eugene at Willamette and Broadway. It’s dusk and the air is brittle with a persistent chill. Darkness starts to swallow the sky above, setting the stage perfectly for their act to take place … Continue reading

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Alissa Walker – freelance writer and public transit enthusiast

On a December evening en route to Los Angeles, Alissa Walker stepped onto the Blue Line train clutching her iPhone in one hand and bicycle in the other. Suddenly, her iPhone vanished right from her hands, too quickly for her … Continue reading

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Travel beat: Q&A with Spud Hilton

Spud Hilton is the Travel Editor at the San Francisco Chronicle. Q: Describe travel journalism in your own opinion. A: Travel journalism covers a broad range of types of articles: narrative destination stories, consumer aid pieces, services pieces, travel essays. … Continue reading

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Photojournalism Q & A Caitlin Kenney is a photojournalist focused on military, government reporting and Afghanistan. You can follow her twitter @ccoug. 1. What’s your name, age and occupation? Caitlin, 23,  Reporter 2. How did you get your start doing … Continue reading

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Paul Fleck: Faithful Bus Rider

Cameron Walker It’s Sunday morning at the LTD Station. The sky is grey, a few busses rumble in and out. People with tired faces get on and off their buses, going their various ways. Leaves and trash dot the pavement. … Continue reading

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Robert Wald: Ocean Magazine Q&A

Q&A Robert Wald: Founder of Ocean Magazine 1. When did you start Ocean Magazine? Robert: I first launched OM in February 2003. 2. What is the main purpose of Ocean Magazine? Robert: To serve up a nice slice of coast … Continue reading

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Kenny Ocker

Late afternoon of September 9th, 2012, the sun still high in the sky, Kenny Ocker was riding his bike to the Oregonian. At the green light, blocks away from his work, Kenny was right hooked by a car in Portland, … Continue reading

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Beat Blog Q&A: Dorothy Velasco

Dorothy Velasco reviews plays for the Register-Guard. -What made you want to gravitate toward reviewing theatre? I gravitated toward reviewing theatre because I was a drama major in college (University of Southern California) and focussed on playwriting for my M.A. … Continue reading

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