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Changing Perspectives on Reading

By: Caitlin Taylor Cindy Hinton sits at her desk and scours the numbers of the results of the at home reading program she created for Bertha Holt Elementary School. She adds up numbers and double checks them. Only 50-percent of … Continue reading

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Making Something Out of Nothing at the Gateway Mall

By Victor Flores The intersection of Harlow Road and Gateway Street in Springfield, Ore. is by no means a quiet one. Cars can be seen whizzing by the several establishments that line the area throughout the day. Perhaps the biggest … Continue reading

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A Different Look at the Bijou Art Cinemas

The Bijou Art Cinemas is a local staple in Eugene. My enterprise takes a look at what it’s like to be a part of it from the inside.

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International students study at the University of Oregon.

Recently, the number of international students at the University of Oregon has increased. Megan Sullivan, who, an international student adviser at the international student affairs office, confirms that impression. She said in the recent 4 years, the number of international … Continue reading

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Bridging the gap: connections being made between cities

  Hunched over the handlebars to her 2011 navy blue Torker InterUrban, Allison Camp glances down at her silver accents and the teal green Brooks saddle carefully mounted on the body and climbs into the saddle ready to make her … Continue reading

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Enterprise: The Crime of Skateboarding in Duckcountry

At the home of the University of Oregon Ducks, skateboarders are committing a crime by riding the streets and sidewalks around campus and the downtown area.  By Emily Carino A Blast from the Past July 3rd, 1985, a classic film … Continue reading

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Where more than whistles fill the air

It’s 7 a.m. Wake up. Walk out. What’s that? You cover your face just to breathe something other than the diesel fumes that assault your nostrils like a cloud of rioting air molecules. Such are the disadvantages to living in … Continue reading

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Enterprise: Eugene Saturday Market

The History of Eugene Saturday Market By: Samantha Thom             While life can sometimes be unpredictable or unreliable, take comfort in the fact that the Eugene Saturday Market will happen every week, rain or shine.  The Eugene Saturday Market is … Continue reading

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Planning For the Future

The city of Eugene is a vibrant area that, while being a college town, has slowly been growing as more and more people decide to stay or move here for one of the other various opportunities that can be found … Continue reading

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The Whiteaker Revitalized

[The Whiteaker Revitalized] By Colette Levesque, Journalism student at the University of Oregon Enterprise The windows aren’t huge but they’re big enough that from the night outside the glow illuminates just perfectly so one can see in. It’s a Tuesday … Continue reading

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