Tag Archives: Science

The Tweet Science

By Ryan Hoefle Many Twitter users visit the site to see what their favorite comedians, sports stars and other pop culture icons are griping about at any given time, but there is a small minority that utilizes the social networking … 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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The Secret Society of the Science Complex

Monday, January 28 – On the surface level, the Lokey Science Complex is ornate, expansive, and accesible to all. Its cornerstone, Willamette Hall, is an open expanse that stretches four stories high, and is riddled with bubbly oddities and spidery … Continue reading

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The Science Major in the University of Oregon, Neighborhood blog

Eugene, Oregon— Science at the UO campus is playing a perfect role. Science major at University of Oregon is a big group, and it is working very well for the students who are major in Science major. Emma Severson, major … Continue reading

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Science Campus at the University of Oregon

The Lokey Science Complex is the heart of the science campus at the University of Oregon. It includes many buildings, including a library, classrooms, offices, and an underground network of laboratories. Willamette Hall is its cornerstone building. The science complex … Continue reading

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Tracking the Future: Science and Humanity

Science is moving the human race forward at an exponential rate. Each day we are confronted with emerging technologies and discoveries that redefine what it means to be human. From body organs communicating with smart phones, to robotic legs that … Continue reading

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Brooke’s Media Analysis: All About The Pill

By: Brooke Brown On the 50th Anniversary of “The Pill,” Time Magazine’s Nancy Gibbs gives a deep look into the scientific and cultural impact of such an influential drug. By weaving together the complex social attitudes of the different decades regarding … Continue reading

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Ayan’s Media Analysis

By: Ayan Jama John Tierney’s article, “Hallucinogens Have Doctors Tuning In Again”, explains how doctors have discovered the power that psychedelic drugs can have on the mind. Due to it’s success in treating patients with depression, OCD and other disorders … Continue reading

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Science Steps Up

“How the mind can move objects,” a news clip from CNN explains literally how a human mind can move objects! A brain-based computer technology company named NeuroSky has recently invented a device that detects human brain waves and use them … Continue reading

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Analysis of an Assignment

This term I am taking the class Women and Minorities in the Media (also known as J 320) with Professor Debra Merskin. For one of our first assignments, we were instructed to take an Implicit Association test that measures the … Continue reading

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