Author Archives: kempster1991

Enterprise

Backgrounder: Cal Young Neighborhood needs to better assist homeless youth population Crossing the Willamette River, nestled in the Northeast corner of Eugene is the Cal Young Neighborhood. Residences driving north on Coburg Road, away from the University of Oregon campus, … Continue reading

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Check Point

The city of Eugene may be empty, but I guarantee that there are ten J361 students in town, who are busy at work on their laptops and in the Cinema Studies Lab (feel free to join me people). During week … Continue reading

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Enterprise Work

As the end of the school year approaches so does our deadline. All term J361 has been preparing for the enterprise story. I have decided not to write one 1200 word essay but instead break it up, like it might … Continue reading

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All in a Days Work

We have a situation. Four, possibly five, students were just been seen by a community member outside of Sheldon High School participating in what appears to be a drug transaction. Officer in pursuit.  Administrator back up requested. Michael Johnson, Assistant … Continue reading

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Profile Preparation

For my enterprise story I have proposed focusing on substance abuse at Sheldon High School. In the past I have worked with Sgt. Mike Galick on understanding the problem alcohol and marijuana pose in the Eugene area. Now for the … Continue reading

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End to a Chapter

Cal Young/ Harlow Neighborhoods react to Osama bin Laden’s Death by Christina Kempster EUGENE, Ore. — Members of the Cal Young/Harlow Neighborhood believe that justice has been served. Sunday May 1 marked the end of an almost 10-year manhunt for … Continue reading

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Q&A with Athens Community

Hannah Smith is the Communication Manager with Visit Athens, a tourist hub that generates information about Athens, Georgia and markets the city as a destination place. Native Georgian she has managed all media and written literature for the website, twitter … Continue reading

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Coffee Stop

Whipped milk. Dripping expresso. “Flora, I have your small Hazel nut latte,” calls the barista. Paper crackles as she hands over a packaged scone. “Lids are on the left”. Flora rips a sugar package and the grains quickly topple into … Continue reading

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Cal Young/ Harlow Community Members Talk on Neighborhood Issues

The lack of ethnic diversity is a draw back to the Cal Young and Harlow neighborhoods. Thursday April 14, community members weighed in on the positive and negative aspects of the Cal Young and Harlow communities. In the Cal Young … Continue reading

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Athens, Ga Tweets

  Athenstalks: This forum for chatter takes water-cooler news to the next level. This twitter community encourages “talk amongst yourselves” about a variety of topics from current news to entertainment and politics to pop culture. To connect with the broader … Continue reading

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