Tag Archives: SOJC

Growing Up and Moving On: A Ceremony of Sorts

BY Travis Loose SPRINGFIELD, Ore. – The students have taken their places on the rostrum. Seventy-six in total, most are twitching and swaying nervously, anxiously awaiting instruction for what to do with themselves. As a teacher begins strumming her guitar, … Continue reading

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Sports in Society: Why Is This So Good?

By: Michaela Gilmer The circulating story and investigation about Donald Sterling, owner of NBA team the Los Angeles Clippers, unbelievable and hurtful racist comments about all minorities continues to generate frustration and anger from sport fans, critics, athletes and the general … Continue reading

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Local News Broadcasting Features: Why’s This So Good?

By: Rachel Ibanez Tracy Barry, an award winning news anchor for KGW in Portland, did a feature story about ancestry.com. In this story, she sat down with a representative from ancestry.com and traced back her mother’s family history. This story was … Continue reading

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An Eclectic Bakery Exudes Character

By: Rachel Ibanez Walking into the small coffee and bakery shop, the sound of Italian style music and the hum of a refrigerator fills the room. There is a line that spans the entire length of the refrigerated display that holds a … Continue reading

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JWN: A Thriving Community Has Complaints

By: Rachel Ibanez   EUGENE, Ore.- Jefferson Westside Neighbors, a beautiful and family friendly neighborhood in Eugene, has many schools and community venues in the area. Many people are involved with the JWN for different reasons; some come to work or to … Continue reading

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The $95 Million EMU Renovation and Why Students Are Concerned

By: Rachel Ibanez EUGENE,Ore- In the spring of 2016 the University of Oregon’s student union, Erb Memorial Union, will be renovated into an open and sustainable building that will comfortably serve 24,000 students. The renovation plans to bring a pub, a multipurpose … Continue reading

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College students support transforming news industry

by Allie Burger EUGENE, Ore.—The younger generation focuses on social media and technological advances, and it’s beginning to show in their ways of consuming news. Last week, a survey conducted by the School of Journalism and Communication at the University … Continue reading

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A Different Look at the Bijou Art Cinemas

The Bijou Art Cinemas is a local staple in Eugene. My enterprise takes a look at what it’s like to be a part of it from the inside.

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Enterprise Story: Skating in Eugene

A Grand Proposal By Chriss Goschie After surviving constant threat from the transient population, and its brief home to the Eugene members of Occupy, the Washington/Jefferson Park area as finally been given a chance at validity within the community through … Continue reading

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Photojournalism Q & A Caitlin Kenney is a photojournalist focused on military, government reporting and Afghanistan. You can follow her twitter @ccoug. 1. What’s your name, age and occupation? Caitlin, 23,  Reporter 2. How did you get your start doing … Continue reading

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