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The Closing of Kesey Square

By: Alex Guarino Food cart owner Eric Thomason comes to work with gloves every morning to pick up what is leftover from the night before. He picks up broken equipment that was ripped off his restaurant on wheels, used needles, … Continue reading

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Across the Floor: Undergraduate Dance Education at UO

Life as a dance student means dedication and passion. University senior Olivia Shaw spends hours each week in the dance studio for practice. Article and photos by Mary Callie Gisler. EUGENE, Ore. — The third floor of the Gerlinger Annex … Continue reading

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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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Eugene Saturday Market Enterprise

Background, Culture and History of the Eugene Saturday Market By Spencer Schloss The smell of roasting peppers, the sounds of local violinist and guitarist, and the scene of hundreds of people finding local crafts and produce can only be described … Continue reading

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Part 1: Q&A

By: Debbie Feehs A Family For Every Child is an organization in Oregon that is focused on helping foster care children throughout Washington and Oregon find permanent homes. Gina Jensen is the vice president of the board at AFFEC. 1. … Continue reading

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