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Midterm post

Eugene: Not entirely liberal this fall With Elections soon approaching, public transit patrons share their varying opinions on current politics, both national and local By SHELBY HAWKINSON Eugene, Ore. – With Election Day merely weeks away, political candidates, measures, and … Continue reading

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Midterm Post: UO Longboarders Weigh in on Presidential Election

Skating over the issues in upcoming presidential election UO skateboarders and longboarders speak out about Republican and Democratic presidential candidates By STEPHANIE GUERRERO J361 Reporter Eugene – The UO skating community show a varying opinion on a favorable candidate as … Continue reading

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Campus Drivers Sound Off On Upcoming Election And Measure 80

Students who drive to campus express concerns about who could take office and the repercussions of passing Measure 80  By JENNY AFFAN Through the hustle and chaos of midterms, driving students were still able to remember that a presidential election … Continue reading

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Midterm Post: Student Drivers Express Thoughts About Upcoming Election

Voting for president is higher priority than voting on local measures for UO students Elections are approaching and students express more concern for national issues rather than local policies By JEANNE PASTORE Eugene, Ore. -Student drivers at the University of … Continue reading

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Midterm Post: Longboarders and the Election

Longboarders near UO Fed Up with Current Politics. With elections forthcoming, young adult opinion shows signs of distress and lack of faith in presidential candidates. Chriss Goschie – SOJC Reporter Eugene, Ore. – Student longboarders at both the EMU and … Continue reading

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Obama or Romney? Who are University of Oregon Students Voting for

Students speak out about who and why they are voting in the upcoming election.  With 10 days left to vote the students of University of Oregon are speaking out about their views on the upcoming election for President. The thought … Continue reading

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Barbara’s Beat Blog on Mexican Immigration

When I was in the eighth grade, my Dad packed us up and we moved from our safe little home in the sticks of northeastern Montana to the far end of nowhere Alaska. Bethel, Alaska, located approximately 400 miles due … Continue reading

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The House Always Wins

As most of America knows by now, Osama bin Laden, the man credited with the September 11 attacks, was killed over the weekend in a luxurious compound in a suburb of Islamabad, Pakistan. With this news, America, a country that … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: “The Runaway General”

By Evan Sernoffsky On Wednesday, June 23, 2010, President Barack Obama informed the people of the United States that he had accepted the resignation of General Stanley McChrystal, commander of all US and NATO forces in Afghanistan. McChrystal was relieved … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: “Theater of the Absurd” by Mike Allen & Glenn Thrush

By: Jason A. Williams One of the things that I really like about reporting is when a story gives a glimpse behind the scenes of a major operation. The reason I like it is because that glimpse has the chance … Continue reading

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