Author Archives: HeidiReeley

About HeidiReeley

Hello everyone! I am a Senior at the University of Oregon majoring in Magazine Journalism and also working on a minor in French. I have never really been the person who had all of the answers, so it has taken me awhile to get to this place. Thankfully, I my love for reading every magazine I could and an interest in the visual appeal of magazines naturally led me to find my major. Also, I have been studying French since I was 14, and I recently studied abroad in Poitiers, France, so its about time to have something to show for it. At the UO, I work as a supervisor for the Annual Giving Program where we keep relations with donors and alumni of the university and raise money for academic funds. I'm also a designer for Ethos magazine, which will provide me with invaluable experience in the field of journalism that I hope to be a part of in the near future. Stay tuned for my next post on twitter: @heidireeley

City Mandates on Parking in Amazon

Everyone knows that perfect parking spot: it’s free, it’s close, and it’s safe.  Students at the University of Oregon will do whatever it takes for them to find the perfect trifecta of parking spots. These perfect parking spots are more … Continue reading

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Amazon Residents Express their Frustration Over Parking At Steering Committee Meeting

Amazon neighborhood residents of Eugene are upset at the University of Oregon students cluttering their neighborhood and using their streets as a parking lot as discussed at the Steering Committee meeting, Monday, May 9. The meeting, located in an event … Continue reading

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Non Profit Founder Brings International Issues to Amazon Neighborhood

Non profit founder lives and works in the Amazon neighborhood of Eugene, but his impact reaches far beyond the borders of Oregon Kokouvi, in his soft demeanor and thick Akposso accent, can speak endlessly about the poor living conditions in … Continue reading

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International Non Profit Founder

In spite of the the chaos with the end of the term assignments, I can see the last few deadlines approaching.  This assignment is much more complex than I originally anticipated and now that I tracked down my profile subject … Continue reading

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Amazon aims to find a solution to the parking overflow of the University

Amazon residents, committee members, representatives from the University of Oregon and the city gathered to figure out how to alleviate their streets of cars from students and staff of the university. By Heidi Reeley The increase of almost 1,000 students … Continue reading

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Law and Violence in British Colonialsim

Historically, British colonialism focused on bringing the rule of law to its colonies, but used violence as the main means of control.  The question of the force of power versus the force of law is a main point of focus … Continue reading

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Amazon Neighborhood Residents Believe Amazon Park Has The Perfect Location

The Amazon neighborhood of Eugene, Oregon, provides a family friendly community environment for many singles, couples, families and college students.  Many people from Amazon enjoy the popular Amazon Park, but would like for it to be better maintained. In Amazon … Continue reading

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Get to Know Amazon

The quiet neighborhood of Amazon is located just __ blocks south of the University of Oregon campus. Amazon is contained within 24th Street and 30thStreet and within the cross streets of Agate Street and Amazon Park. This area of Eugene … Continue reading

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Heidi Reeley

Hello everyone! I am a Junior at the University of Oregon majoring in Magazine Journalism and also working on a minor in French. I have never really been the person who had all of the answers, so it has taken … Continue reading

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