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Following A Passion

Alice Parman discusses her success as a Museum Consultant Approaching a charming blue home nestled behind a tree it is hard to imagine that this family home also acts as an office. Alice Parman runs her museum consulting business.  She … Continue reading

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Homework for This Weekend

  Photo by Don Hankins, reprinted under Creative Commons license 2.0 Hello, #J361! What do you need to do for this class this weekend? Well! First of all, you need to read the international news. Second, you could come to … Continue reading

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Homework for Weekend after Week 5

Here’s the homework! Of course, you should be studying for the MIDTERM: 15 short-answers worth 2 points apiece, like the example post; 4 short essays (5 points apiece) about journalism in the digital age, using the Internet and URLs; 20-point … Continue reading

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Week One Homework!

Hey, #J361, here’s the list of your homework (obviously, I’m cheering for Stanford in the Final Four; hint about #CEQuiz2? Possibly … ) Due Thursday by 11:59 pm OVER EMAIL: your revised lede/context graf and full story about ASUO elections. … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story: Friendly Neighborhood Pet Owners Lacking in Funds, Not Love!

By Chelsea Bishop Dante has a soft, short honey-colored coat and trusting amber eyes. He is sweet natured, loving and well behaved – the definition of a good dog. Unfortunately, Dante can be pretty expensive, and the costs have been … Continue reading

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Quickly: Things I Should Have Told, and Maybe Did Tell, Some of You For the End of the Term

OK! The end-of-the-term round-up: Remember! Get me drafts of the enterprise story by 11:59 pm & I’ll get yours back to you by tomorrow night at the same time. Profile drafts: If you don’t have ’em back, you don’t owe … Continue reading

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Enterprise Update

By Chelsea Bishop Ah, Week 10. No other week inspires in me such terror-driven motivation. For my Enterprise story, which will focus on the affect of the recession on Friendly pet owners and the businesses that serve them, I have … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: ChatRoulette

By Chelsea Bishop Today I watched a video on CNN.com about ChatRoulette, a new video chat program that allows users to talk face-to-face with random people from all around the world. This program was invented by 17-year-old Andrey Ternovskiy of … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Blog: Fina Taqueria

By Chelsea Bishop Fina Taqueria, a local Mexican food restaurant in the Friendly neighborhood, is located on Willamette St. The restaurant’s owners also own Mucho Gusto, another Oregon-based Mexican food restaurant, and Dickie Jo’s, a 13th Ave. burger joint. Fina Taqueria … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Dangers of Photoshop

By Chelsea Bishop The New York Times article “Photoshop and Photography: When Is It Real?” by David Pogue caught my interest because we’ve just recently been covering the subject of “Photoshopped” photographs in my Media Ethics class, and discussing at … Continue reading

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