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About chrissgoschie

UO Super J major. Living the dream.

Enterprise Story: Skating in Eugene

A Grand Proposal By Chriss Goschie After surviving constant threat from the transient population, and its brief home to the Eugene members of Occupy, the Washington/Jefferson Park area as finally been given a chance at validity within the community through … 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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Profile – Justin James

By Chriss Goschie When you think of the typical skater, a lot of negative images come to mind: drugs, graffiti and deviancy. It doesn’t sound like the type of person you’d want in your community. Justin James might be the … Continue reading

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Midterm Post: Longboarders and the Election

Longboarders near UO Fed Up with Current Politics. With elections forthcoming, young adult opinion shows signs of distress and lack of faith in presidential candidates. Chriss Goschie – SOJC Reporter Eugene, Ore. – Student longboarders at both the EMU and … Continue reading

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Beat Blog: Girl in Green

****Warning: Graphic Image**** Amid the chaos caused by a bomb exploding in Kabul, Afghanistan, among Shiite worshipers, Massoud Hossaini took a photograph that later earned him a Pulitzer in photojournalism.

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Transportation Blog: Longboarding on 13th

Eugene, OR – It’s another cold, autumn Thursday just off the University of Oregon campus at 13th Avenue and Alder Street, cars zoom by and pedestrians cross streets with seemingly blatant disregard for traffic signals. A student, pushing a flat … Continue reading

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Beat Blog: Photographers on Twitter

Photographers covering content in the Middle East are aplenty. For the most part, however, they limit posting their photographs to their own personal blogs, and instead use twitter as a way to network/communicate with colleagues (not uncommon, I assume). The … Continue reading

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Skating around campus

Skating on 19th, Amazon trail and Agate.

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Beat Blog: Photojournalism in the Middle East

The conflict in the Middle East is one of the most prominent topics covered in our media. In areas ranging from the Egyptian uprising to the United States’ presence in the region, photojournalists and correspondents work tirelessly to update and … Continue reading

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Students finding alternatives for campus commute

With the term officially begun, students at the University of Oregon are finding alternative ways to commute to campus this fall, in light of rising gas prices, parking frustration and general costs associated with the traditional drive. Biking is the … Continue reading

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