Tag Archives: Enterprise Project

Are We at Disneyland Yet?

By Elizabeth McNamara “I don’t want the public to see the world they live in while they’re in the Park. I want them to feel they’re in another world.”                       … Continue reading

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Cancer Research at University of Oregon by Ben Stone

Background About a month ago after dinner, I was eating an apple and talking to my roommate about a class he’d taken on the History of Hip-Hop. He offhandedly mentioned this brilliant, mysterious kid named Opher Kornfeld who had been … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story: Whiteaker Businesses Survive Challenging Economy

By Sarabeth Oppliger “Is that getting clumpy?” Joel Poston turns to the bartender working on a batch of whipped cream to top off tonight’s drinks. “You’ll have to put that into a stainless steel bowl and use a whisk to … Continue reading

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Enterprise Update-The Final Countdown

It’s almost over. The term that is. And as the term dwindles down, the papers start to pile up, the exams start to become relevant and my schedule become filled with time to study and write. I have met with … Continue reading

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Enterprise Project Outline

How local Eugene authors become published authors and how they further their writing talents in the process Eilise Ward Anecdotal Lede: Catchy grab about how writers stumble or happen upon inspiration for their books Nut Graf: Introduce the three Eugene … Continue reading

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Enterprise Assignment, In Detail, Fall 2010

Here we go: Don’t worry about the “larger issue” part — if I’ve approved your story, you are writing about a “larger issue.” Enterprise Story Assignment Living in a Changing World Assignment due by December 8 Two options: 1. One … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story

Residents of Laurel Hill Valley Complain about Loud Students By Brooke Bartholomew In the neighborhood of Laurel Hill Valley in Eugene, Oregon, many residents have expressed issues in the neighborhood that is affecting the well-being of the area. Many residents … Continue reading

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Rebuilding Amazon, One Step At a Time

By: Brooke Brown The Amazon needs a little TLC. Before you get too excited, we’re talking Eugene, Oregon here. The Amazon neighborhood may not be a massive rainforest, but it has its perks too. There are no lions or spider … Continue reading

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Enterprise Update

Reed Jackson Like everyone else in class, I’m experiencing some unexpected difficulties. The local musicians are surprisingly hard to contact. Most musicians, as a promotional and business tool, are easily accessible. Some of the bands I’m dealing with are only reachable by myspace, which … Continue reading

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Enterprise Update: Music in the Whiteaker

Like Alex, I too believe that my enterprise project is going relatively well. Last week, I was able to conduct an interview with Sam Bond’s bartender/ music booker Drew Caldwell. He helped immensely in shedding some light on my topic, which was relieving because when I … Continue reading

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