Tag Archives: Profile Assignment

Conquering the Art History Stereotype

Article and photos by Mary Callie Gisler. EUGENE, Ore. — At first glance, you might not notice the colorful art display peaking out from under college student Aryan Zanca’s dark jeans. The orange and pink jellyfish wrap themselves around the … Continue reading

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Being a Florist is no Easy Task

By: Tal Mizrachi There are lilies, roses, gardenias, daisies, tulips, and just about all of them are bright and glowing with the colors of spring. Deep reds on the roses, and bright yellows on the daisies, while the tulips are … Continue reading

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An urban homesteader’s soul finding journey

By Ashley Shaffer “What’s your favorite plant in the garden, Avery?” Jessica Jackowski watches her two-year-old son scamper past stevia plants, strawberry and blueberry bushes, lemon balm weeds and the many other thriving plants covering every inch of her yard. … Continue reading

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Afraid of Bees at a Bee Farm

            Working on my profile has been quite the experience of racing, hasty e-mails, and staring at a blank computer screen. Last Sunday night, I began scrambling to find a subject when I thought due … Continue reading

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Profiling a Man who Loves Bikes

Going into this assignment, I have no idea who I was going to profile. I had researched candidates online, but I couldn’t find anyone interesting or someone who had any potential to be an entertaining subject. I decided to wing … Continue reading

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Profile Assignment for J361

Profile Assignment Assignment: Write a 650-800 word profile of someone who lives, works or plays in your neighborhood or area. Look for someone who has a good story – maybe someone who runs a business, someone who works at a … Continue reading

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Former prep star Leonard a fixture of Eugene community

As Washington Husky fans in Eugene, Ore., go, there might not be a better-liked “Dawg” fanatic than Sheldon Center behavioral specialist Kevin Leonard. Although he grew up in Eugene and has spent the majority of his life here, since his … Continue reading

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E-Lud: A True Oregon Eccentric (Profile Attempt #2)

He probably doesn’t realize what he is doing, letting a stranger in his 24th and University house and all. As if the friend of a friend counts as an acquaintance, he seems more than happy to open up his domain … Continue reading

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