Monthly Archives: March 2013

Music in the Digital Age

Brief History of Electronic Music The digital age has transformed many industries, an interesting example of which is the music industry. These days, electronic music, especially Electronic Dance Music (EDM) is arguably the most popular genre, both among the masses … Continue reading

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How Marijuana Legalization will affect Oregon

By Nick Schwarz Springfield, Ore. – The changing landscape of marijuana in our country was a hot topic last election. Two states legalized marijuana, Washington and Colorado, for distribution and are in the process of setting up the infrastructure to … Continue reading

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Making Something Out of Nothing at the Gateway Mall

By Victor Flores The intersection of Harlow Road and Gateway Street in Springfield, Ore. is by no means a quiet one. Cars can be seen whizzing by the several establishments that line the area throughout the day. Perhaps the biggest … Continue reading

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A Different Look at the Bijou Art Cinemas

The Bijou Art Cinemas is a local staple in Eugene. My enterprise takes a look at what it’s like to be a part of it from the inside.

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Concealed Weapon Permits and Firearm Sales up in Lane County

Enterprise Story: Concealed Weapon Permits and Firearm Sales up in Lane County SPRINGFIELD, OR — The year 2012 sadly heard too many gun shots, making it a popular one for gun related crimes in the United States with the three … Continue reading

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International students study at the University of Oregon.

Recently, the number of international students at the University of Oregon has increased. Megan Sullivan, who, an international student adviser at the international student affairs office, confirms that impression. She said in the recent 4 years, the number of international … Continue reading

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Bridging the gap: connections being made between cities

¬† Hunched over the handlebars to her 2011 navy blue Torker InterUrban, Allison Camp glances down at her silver accents and the teal green Brooks saddle carefully mounted on the body and climbs into the saddle ready to make her … Continue reading

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A Six String Aspiration

A Six String Aspiration By Brad Miller A colorful array of beer bottles complement the overflowing ashtray sitting on the coffee table in front of Max Moscoe as he plugs his guitar into his beat-up Peavey Amp. Moscoe has been … Continue reading

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Directing History

By Casey Pechan Jim Cupples has a sense for changing tides. And when the tide really began to change, he moved from Brooklyn New York to Eugene, Oregon. Director of the Springfield Museum since October of last year, Cupples left … Continue reading

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Glen Myers: Wheeling and Dealing in Downtown Springfield

By Nick Schwarz Springfield, Ore.- The store feels dry and dusty, the menagerie of objects decorating the shelves lie waiting for the day they are chosen, bartered over and then sent to a new home, a new shelf. ¬†Glenn Myers, … Continue reading

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