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Creeping in a pastry shop

BY RUBEN GARCIA Coffee makes the world go round. Pastries make the world go round too. So does, money. But for our purposes coffee and pastries make the world go round. Nestled between the busy streets of 7th Avenue and 8th … Continue reading

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Observation Assignment —-Science

I was sitting in the Willamette Hall on Friday afternoon. The time is around the 2:00, and I saw a lot of people were sitting in the first floor in the building, and there also were some people were crossing … Continue reading

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Observation Assignment

Cars accelerate down both sides of the busy street as people patiently wait for their bus. A woman is standing next to a trash can as a Latina woman with her son and her sister quietly sit on the bench, … Continue reading

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Gateway Observations

The Gateway neighborhood is a busy place come evening time. With many cars driving to and from the area the air is filled with the smells of fresh air and gas fuels. There is a Register-Guard newspaper stand to the … Continue reading

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Observation Assignment: Glenwood, Ore.

A woman wearing a blue fleece jacket races to the driver’s side of her Dodge Charger yielding today’s copy of The Register Guard in her left hand at 12:30. As she drives off down Franklin Blvd., numerous cars and trucks … Continue reading

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Oakway Center Comes Alive

by Evan Sernoffsky At 9 am Thursday at the Oakway Center, people began what was sure to be another hot day in Eugene. Birds chirped from the rooftops of the Chikara Beauty Salon and Chapala Mexican Restaurant that overlooked a … Continue reading

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Observing Sam Bond’s Garage

Maddie and I entered Sam Bond’s Garage in the Whitaker neighborhood around 7:30 pm. We had originally made an attempt to observe people at the Tiny Tavern, but the lack of people made it difficult to observe so we left. … Continue reading

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Observing the Setting and People of Royal Market

By: Sawley Vickrey Royal Market – 11th and Tyler (Jefferson Westside), Jan. 20, 2010 6:30 p.m. Chris and I sit at a tall, round table with our orders of dahl and rice with drinks from the deli, ready to start … Continue reading

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