Tag Archives: Joseph Geglia

Roger Ebert Profile

By Joseph Geglia Though it’s been out for a while I finally got to read Chris Jones’s profile of Roger Ebert in Esquire. Though I was too young to have seen a lot of Ebert on TV I was still … Continue reading

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Media Analysis:Oath Keepers

By Joseph Geglia Several days ago I read an article in Mother Jones on the Oath Keeper movement. The Oath Keepers are people, mostly former and current members of the military and law enforcement, who take an oath to protect … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Swap: Tiny Tavern

By Joseph Geglia Tiny Tavern, located on Blair Boulevard between 3rd and 4th Avenue is not the place you would typically find two undergraduates on a Monday night. Yet that is where Kan and I decided to go after Ryan, … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Gay Soldiers Don’t Cause Disruption, Study Says

By Joseph Geglia As the argument over the “don’t ask don’t tell” policy major voices in both the military and the senate are taking sides. Both Robert M. Gates and Adm. Mike Mullen have both called for a repeal, while … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Post: Biking Through Amazon Park

By Joseph Geglia As I walked home from class today I realized it was too beautiful of a day to just lounge around my house. Instead I hopped on my bike and headed towards Amazon Park. Stretching southward from South … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Do-It-Yourself Genetic Engineering

By Joseph Geglia Recently Jon Mooallem wrote an article dealing with the topic of synthetic biology. Synthetic biology is similar to genetic engineering except that instead of simply modifying organisms that already exist an entirely new organism is created using … Continue reading

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A Positive Outlook in Amazon

Residents and businesses are feeling the pressure but see better times ahead. By: Joseph Geglia Despite the recent economic downturn the Amazon neighborhood remains cautiously optimistic about the future. As our country is still in the grips of this latest … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Negative Energy

With the Democrats no longer holding a filibuster-proof majority in the Senate , many existing pieces of legislation are in danger of not passing, or being heavily revised. Among such pieces of legislation is the climate bill. While not as … Continue reading

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A Quick Bite In Humble Bagel

I walk through the door into a room with white and green tiles, I hear a murmur of a reggae beat coming from the kitchen as a small young blonde women behind the counter asks me what I want. “A … Continue reading

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A Review of Amazon Houses

Thursday after class I decided to take a stroll through the Amazon neighborhood. One thing that separates Amazon from other parts of Eugene is it exists uniquely between where the campus bubble ends and that mysterious place where residential Eugenians … Continue reading

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