Tag Archives: Harlow Neighborhood

Cal Young/Harlow Neighborhood Reacts to bin Laden’s Death

By Colin Deaver Eugene, Ore.— When residents of the Cal Young/Harlow neighborhood heard the news Sunday that United States troops had killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden in Pakistan, they felt an emotion reciprocated by the entire country: relief. … Continue reading

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No borders in Borders Bookstore

(The following is an excerpt from a transcription of an hour spent in the Borders Bookstore at the Oakway Center.) Sitting in a comfortable chair near one entrance to the store, there is a lot of hallway traffic. There are … Continue reading

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“A cup, a sip, a sigh”

All different types of people walked through the Starbuck’s door on April 19, 2011. Some were students looking for a good cup of coffee and a nice place to study, others were in a rush to get their desired drink … Continue reading

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Cal Young and Harlow Residents Pleased

The Cal Young and Harlow area has plenty to offer without many drawbacks. Businesses and residents of the growing area have few complaints about their neighborhood and enjoy the close proximity to the University of Oregon and the Duck events. … Continue reading

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Cal Young/ Harlow Community Members Talk on Neighborhood Issues

The lack of ethnic diversity is a draw back to the Cal Young and Harlow neighborhoods. Thursday April 14, community members weighed in on the positive and negative aspects of the Cal Young and Harlow communities. In the Cal Young … Continue reading

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Cal Young/Harlow residents speak out on neighborhoods

Community members from the Cal Young and Harlow neighborhoods voiced their opinions on their neighborhoods Thursday, April 14, answering questions about the positives and negatives of both communities. Employees at the Sheldon Community Center next to Sheldon High School talked … Continue reading

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Standing Alone the Eugene Running Company Thrives

By Dylan Coleman It’s All About Fun at the  Eugene Running Company One by one members of the Eugene Running Company’s Monday night running group strolls into the lone location. They emerge from the hectic parking lot darting in and … Continue reading

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Harlow/Cal-Young Profile: Zach Cobb

By Dylan Coleman Traveling down Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard you pass the enormous Autzen Stadium, the giant Oregon O shimmer’s in the in the fall sun. Just beyond the stadium nestled into one of highly dense neighborhoods lay’s Chase Village. Chase village … Continue reading

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