Tag Archives: Barack Obama

Beat Blog on Racial Issues in American Media

Media arguably have one of the largest impacts on how Americans view the world around them. This is because people view movies, TV shows, advertisements, and everything the internet has to offer for multiple hours each day. Americans cannot help … Continue reading

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UO Longboarders Perplexed About Nation’s Next Leader

Young adults don’t appear to be satisfied with the current state of the Presidential race BY EMILY CARINO Reporting 1 Eugene, Ore. – With the Presidential elections only days away, University of Oregon students yesterday voiced their opinions about President … Continue reading

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The Churchill Neighborhood and the 2012 Republican Canidates

The backdrop of the Churchill Neighborhood was rather gloomy. There were a few cars scattered within the parking lot, most of them being construction trucks. A few neon OPEN signs welcomed customers while other signs posted that the business was … Continue reading

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Romney Trending as Potential Republican Candidate

Romney declared as likely Republican candidate for 2012 election by Eugene locals By Ainslie Forsum As the presidential race nears, Eugene residents are following the debates and campaigns closely while determining which Republican candidate will end up as President Barack … Continue reading

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Eugene Residents Predict 2012 Campaign

Residents of Eugene’s Friendly Area Neighborhood express confidence in Romney’s success, Obama’s shortcomings  By Sydney Sam Bouchat The upcoming presidential race of 2012 has many Eugene residents guessing at the future of their country. The widely publicized GOP debates leave … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Remaining Young While Working in the White House

By Reed Jackson Ashley Parker’s “All the Obama 20-Somethings,” a piece published recently in the New York Times, is an extremely interesting narrative on the young staff members that help make up the President’s administration. Using detailed descriptions and well-placed … Continue reading

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SOTU: Just Words or Real Action?

People in the neighborhood of Southeast Eugene took President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address with a grain of salt and maintained their concerns about the financial state of the union. Jason, a customer at The Old Pad, was … Continue reading

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