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Midterm, Winter 2013

Here is today’s midterm for #J361. Part I • Every numbered question in this portion is about the book Inside Reporting, by Tim Harrower, and nothing else, except where explicitly stated. • You have until about 2:45 for this part … Continue reading

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Click on the map for the City of Eugene’s neighborhoods map, bigger.

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Enterprise Assignment, In Detail, Fall 2010

Here we go: Don’t worry about the “larger issue” part — if I’ve approved your story, you are writing about a “larger issue.” Enterprise Story Assignment Living in a Changing World Assignment due by December 8 Two options: 1. One … Continue reading

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Some residents of west Eugene say fiscal conservatism most important

by Franklin Bains While many consider Oregon a liberal state and early poll results indicate Peter Defazio should return to the United States House of Representatives, some west Eugene residents still believe in fiscally conservative policies. Tuesday was the final … Continue reading

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Get to know your neighbors in Cal Young, they’ll let you eat of their fridge!

The Cal Young Neighborhood is not only the largest in Eugene but it also one of the most diverse. With just about everything to do from shopping to eating to watching movies, the area boasts some of the best entertainment … Continue reading

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Cal Young, main streets are getting a face-lift while neighborhood streets crumble.

By Jason Williams Around just about every corner of the Cal Young Neighborhood there is construction, at least on the main roads, turn down roads though like Bond Lane or Roland Way and keep your eyes open for potholes. As … Continue reading

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Trainsong Neighborhood Part 2

By Virginia Rice                 Eugene, Ore.-The problem of homeless people seeking refuge in Eugene is far from solved and local business owners in the Trainsong neighborhood feel that the city is far from the right solution. The Trainsong neighborhood is … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story Update

By Myckyal Hunt Whenever I have a big project to do, it feels like I have all the time in the world one day, and no time at all the next.  Nothing has changed with my enterprise story, and I … Continue reading

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New Apartments in South University Neighborhood

By Myckyal Hunt The South University Neighborhood is home to beautiful houses, carefully landscaped front yards, small parks where families can play, and soon, a number of new apartment complexes. Along Alder street, south of 18th Avenue, the new additions … Continue reading

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Eugene’s Whiteaker Neighborhood.

“This is the best part of Eugene,” said Jasmine Henderson from behind the counter of Red Barn Natural Grocery. “I don’t go anywhere else.” Located west of downtown, the Whiteaker district is Eugene’s Eugene. An epicenter of art, music, independent … Continue reading

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