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Sports in Society: Why Is This So Good?

By: Michaela Gilmer The circulating story and investigation about Donald Sterling, owner of NBA team the Los Angeles Clippers, unbelievable and hurtful racist comments about all minorities continues to generate frustration and anger from sport fans, critics, athletes and the general … Continue reading

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News Survey

By Corinne mooney EUGENE, Ore. – On a university campus, students ignore their surroundings and walk by with their faces in their phones. In a survey conducted by UO School of Journalism and Communication students, more students read news on … Continue reading

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College students support transforming news industry

by Allie Burger EUGENE, Ore.—The younger generation focuses on social media and technological advances, and it’s beginning to show in their ways of consuming news. Last week, a survey conducted by the School of Journalism and Communication at the University … Continue reading

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How College Students Gather News

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News Survey Assignment #1 By Kyle Hebel

EUGENE, Ore – The decline in print news is effecting students on the University of Oregon campus. In a recent survey conducted last Thursday at the University of Oregon, students are relying on their electronic devices for news rather than … Continue reading

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Beat Post – Television Reporters Both Minnesotan and National

I aspire to be a television reporter/anchor after college.  My favorite journalists can often be found speaking on state and national broadcasts Rick Lindfors Tom Brokaw Photo: david_shankbone (Flickr) Tom Brokaw was the first journalist I followed seriously.  My parents … Continue reading

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International Students at the USA’s college

Duing 2012, there are a lot of international students came to the USA’s college, and the amount of the number is still growing. There are some websites that talked about international students at the USA’s college. Those website also have … Continue reading

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Amazon Residents react to the death of Osama bin Laden

Amazon residents interviewed on Tuesday were more than willing to share their thoughts on the death of Osama bin Laden. By Kailee Pence Amazon Blog Reporter EUGENE , Ore. — Three residents of Eugene’s Amazon neighborhood, interviewed by Reporting 1 … Continue reading

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What does the future look like for the U.S.?

Eugene residents express mixed emotions about the death of Osama bin Laden By Crystal Barce Reporter, J361 Blog EUGENE, Ore.—As the news spread across the nation by television news stations and Internet sites, residents in the Amazon neighborhood developed mixed … Continue reading

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Amazon residents react to bin Laden death with suspicion, unease

Eugene residents react to bin Laden death with suspicion, unease By Haley Hirai Staff Writer, J361 Blog EUGENE, Ore. — As they watched on television or found out from friends on Facebook, residents of Eugene’s Amazon neighborhood met the news … Continue reading

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