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Economy’s Potential to Rob Students’ Future

By Jaimie Goldstein It’s 2:30 p.m. in Mr. Connelly’s Green Class. Today is exciting because Mr. Leighter, the science teacher, has invited the Green Class to an informal debate about trash. Connelly, as the students call him, says Leighter has … Continue reading

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Enterprise Update

By: Jaimie Goldstein So far, my enterprise story is bunch of notes scattered throughout my many notebooks that need to be organized.  Because I have tests to study for, papers to write, and an entire term of college algebra to memorize, … Continue reading

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Sunshine in Southeast Eugene

By: Jaimie Goldstein This afternoon’s sunny air made for an overdue walk in one of the many trails in Southeast Eugene.  A slight breeze made itself present to remind me that it is still officially winter.  But the bright sun, … Continue reading

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Media Analysis

By: Jaimie Goldstein The Oscars are almost here!  Next Sunday, the red carpet will be host to many celebrities at the Kodak Theatre.  What will Mo’Nique wear?  Who is Anna Kendrick’s date?  (Both of these questions are relevant, by the … Continue reading

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Sweet Life

  By: Jaimie Goldstein   Man, have I been missing out on the sweet life.  Southeast Eugene is nothing compared to the lively Jefferson Westside.  Monday night was crowded with people at Sweet Life Patisserie.  After getting rockstar parking, I immediately … Continue reading

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Media Analysis

By: Jaimie Goldstein After being on Twitter for a few days, I started following every fashionista I could find.  I came across The Haute Pursuit, a twenty-something-year-old girl who writes her own fashion blog about “all things cool, glam, and … Continue reading

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Bonjourno

By:  Jaimie Goldstein If you are in search of a romantic restaurant for a hot date, Mazzi’s is a good place for you.  Dimly lit by candles, chandeliers, and a fireplace, the forty-year-old Italian restaurant is cozy and intimate.  Pleasant smiles … Continue reading

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Media Analysis

By: Jaimie Goldstein After searching the internet for a blog that I actually liked, I came across a newcomer at 944 Magazine writing her own blog called  “The Luxe Life.”  Caitlyn Chase is a twenty-two-year-old from Los Angeles informing the public about … Continue reading

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Economy takes toll on Southeast Eugene residents

Problems arise from superfluous economy By: Jaimie Goldstein Residents and businesses in Southeast Eugene are less likely to spend money due to the state of the economy and its damaging effects. With these hard economic times, people in Southeast Eugene … Continue reading

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Most important duty in Southeast Eugene: Save the Amazon Headwater

Environmental issues surround Southeast Eugene neighborhood By: Jaimie Goldstein EUGENE—At last night’s city council meeting, the neighborhood of Southeast Eugene is fighting to save the endangered Amazon Headwater said city council member Betty Taylor. The neighborhood must improve the value … Continue reading

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