Author Archives: Sami Edge

About Sami Edge

I'm just about to graduate from the journalism school at the University of Oregon and embark into the big, scary world of media. I'm originally from Reno, Nevada but willing - and eager - to travel anywhere. When I'm not geeking out about all things journalism I'm exercising or baking sugar-free goods I've found on Pinterest.

Immigration Beat Blog

Immigration policy in the U.S. has been an increasingly divisive issue in the U.S. political realm in recent history, and shows signs of heating up again soon. As I orient myself toward a future career as an international correspondent, it … Continue reading

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First impressions of the Friendly neighborhood

Upon first impression, Eugene’s Friendly neighborhood appears to be one severely divided. On one hand, it’s family oriented. Parks, picnic areas and signs of childhood are abundant: Yet, amidst the family atmosphere lurks an unspoken economic and social underbelly. Ultimately, … Continue reading

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Discontent, disconnect with EMU expansion project

Gaping holes in the ground. Construction equipment. Entrances blocked by obstructing chain link fences. Renovation of the University of Oregon’s Erb Memorial Union is underway. But for those who feel separated from the new building’s final purpose, the overhaul presents … Continue reading

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Sami Edge, Investigative Reporter

My name is Sami Edge and I am a sophomore studying journalism and international studies at the University of Oregon. Originally from Reno, Nevada, I came to the Beaver State to pursue my career aspiration of becoming an international investigative … Continue reading

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