Tag Archives: Ayan Jama

Enterprise Update

By: Ayan Jama Hey guys! So I am feeling SO much better about my enterprise project. I have 3 complete interviews and come drafts done for each of the different pieces I plan on writing. I have my meeting today … Continue reading

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Enterprise Update #2

By: Ayan Jama Nothing has really changed. I am still playing phone tag with many of my sources which is frustrated. I am hoping that I will have something to present when the draft is due Monday. I am stressed … Continue reading

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Enterprise Update

By: Ayan Jama Still haven’t found an exact angle for my enterprise story but believe I will after I speak with Karen Edmonds who is the program director for Food for Lane County. I have also found out a lot … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story Update

By: Ayan Jama To be completely honest I have not found a solid angle for my story and am desperately trying to find out. As of right now I have changed my topic from affordable housing in the Jefferson Westside … Continue reading

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An Unexpected End to an International Journey

By: Ayan Jama When Rachel Novak thought about her life as a child, she never once pictured herself living outside her hometown of Mount Airy, Maryland let alone living in Eugene, Oregon. Who knew that years later she would wind … Continue reading

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Oaks Park Amusement Park is Every Child’s Dream

By: Ayan Jama When looking for a good time on a hot sunny day, families can look no further then Oaks Park Amusement Park. This historic fun land is tucked away in the Sellwood neighborhood in Southeast Portland and is … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Sean Penn and Haiti

I read Moni Basu’s article about Sean Penn and the efforts the Oscar winner is making to help the people of Haiti. Penn founded the J/R Haitian Relief Organization that offers aid to the people who are suffering from diseases … Continue reading

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Jefferson Westside Residents Want Neighborhood Preserved

Local residents oppose new EmX line By: Ayan Jama The Lane Transit District plan to extend its rapid bus line through Jefferson Westside Neighborhood doesn’t sit well with the neighbors. The expansion of the rapid bus line would cross the … Continue reading

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Reubens and Fries

By: Ayan Jama Cornucopia is a local favorite for residents of the Jefferson Westside Neighborhood (JWN). Locals here can enjoy classic Reuben’s, mason jars filled with homemade lemonade and crispy fries. Cornucopia’s menu features both vegetarian and meat lover options … Continue reading

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Ayan’s Media Analysis: Homosexuality and Sports

By: Ayan Jama The article from @longreads I chose to read was about Gareth Thomas and his struggles with coming out of the closet. In the world of sports men are portrayed as masculine beings. They aren’t afraid of anything … Continue reading

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