Tag Archives: City of Eugene

Downtown Eugene Inhabitants

BY Katie Rosenblad EUGENE, Ore.  —  Full of welcoming people and a variety of businesses, downtown Eugene is a place for all to visit. “It’s spacious with large sidewalks and lots of open spaces to hang out,” said Chris Przybyla. Pryzybyla often … Continue reading

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The People of Downtown Eugene

By: Alex Guarino EUGENE, Oregon-Downtown Eugene is a place where people go to enjoy food, shopping, visual arts, performing arts, or just to go and hangout and enjoy the atmosphere. It’s a diverse and creative scene and it’s continuing to … Continue reading

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Friendly Neighborhood

By Camille Lieurance The beautiful Friendly Neighborhood, which spans from Amazon Creek on the east side, 18th Street on the north side, and Chambers Street on the west side. The southern boundary for the neighborhood is West 29th Avenue to Lorane … Continue reading

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EMU Renovations: Union remodel stirs reaction

By Camille Lieurance EUGENE, ORE.- The Erb Memorial Union (EMU) is currently undergoing major renovations. Since 1950, the EMU has provided a place for students to plan activities, study, and socialize. However, change was desperately needed in order for the … Continue reading

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Enterprise: Community Aid in Bike Changes

People often believe that they don’t make a difference with their votes and voices. This can be a big obstacle in getting people to give their input and vote. Having an impact nationally to some is not likely. Cities like … Continue reading

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Eugene cyclists weigh on local ballot measures

A cyclist rides through the University of Oregon campus. Photo by Branden Andersen. By: Branden Andersen For people who use cycling as their primary mode of transportation like Eugene resident Ellen Stember, the City of Eugene ballot form is more … Continue reading

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Jefferson Westside struggles to become more sustainable

Tessa Barker walks along the streets of the Jefferson Westside Neighborhood and comes across the Amazon Creek. Summer time in Eugene, Oregon, brings the creek, which runs through multiple neighborhoods, to its fullest, but not all of it is water. Trash … Continue reading

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Enterprise Update – Homelessness in the JWN

The topic for my enterprise story will be outlining the resources available to homeless people living in the Jefferson Westside Neighbors including food, shelter, programs and healthcare. I decided to cover this topic because many of the residents and employees … Continue reading

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Who Gets the Final Word?

Story and photos by Diana Higgins Trainsong Park is calm on a Friday afternoon. Fenced backyards follow a bike path around the edge and a still blue cargo train covered in graffiti lines the western side. A boy skates alone … Continue reading

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