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How Do You Get Your News Downtown Eugene?

By: Alex Altman EUGENE, Ore. – According to a survey last Thursday, the people of downtown Eugene seem to prefer to obtain their news online. There are many different ways of getting news in today’s world, and from workers to … Continue reading

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Pop culture feature: why is this so good?

By: Caitlin Taylor As I mentioned last week, one of my main news sources for all kinds of news is the Huffington Post, both their Twitter and actual news site. So, when it came time to find a good feature … Continue reading

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Twitter and Pop Culture

It seems like everyone is tweeting about pop culture these days. One quick look on my Twitter feed and I find everyone’s reaction to last nights episode of the Bachelor and their opinions on Beyoncé’s alleged lip sync at President Obamas inauguration. … Continue reading

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Q and A with The Huffington Post’s Tyler Kingkade

Tyler Kingkade is an assistant editor and student debt correspondent for the Huffington Post. He started contributing to the Huffington Post when he was in college, winning a couple of regional and national awards. From there, he moved on to … Continue reading

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Twitter Accounts for Student Debt

Student debt is a relatively new topic considering the sudden influx in loans students have acquired. Therefore, there isn’t as much of an established base as I would love to be able to find. But, as a journalist who loves … Continue reading

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Know your Passion, Challenge Preconceptions, Write, Write, Write, and Talk to People.

Ruxandra Guidi Border Reporter, KPBS Public Radio & Fronteras RuxandraGuidi (twitter) Ruxandra Guidi is a Fronteras reporter for KPBS in San Diego. She covers the United States-Mexico border, immigration issues, and culture. Her previous work includes reporting and production for … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Karl Rove Afraid of Color Pink?

This week I made a pledge to explore alternative sources of news. This lead me to The Huffington Post, best described to me as a “Aggregated Web Newsblog,” three words that I feel journalists will be hearing more and more, … Continue reading

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College Journalism Matters, and it matters even more now.

The Oregonian laid off 37 employees last week and the Register Guard laid off 14, and my parents are still wondering why “I have to have” an internship this summer. The stress of finding something has been unbelievable, but I … Continue reading

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Survey Says: Students Prefer Print Publications

Twice as many University of Oregon students still read traditional print media more often than their electronic counterparts, a poll conducted Tuesday concluded. Continue reading

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