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SOTU: Just Words or Real Action?

People in the neighborhood of Southeast Eugene took President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address with a grain of salt and maintained their concerns about the financial state of the union. Jason, a customer at The Old Pad, was … Continue reading

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Economy’s Potential to Rob Students’ Future

By Jaimie Goldstein It’s 2:30 p.m. in Mr. Connelly’s Green Class. Today is exciting because Mr. Leighter, the science teacher, has invited the Green Class to an informal debate about trash. Connelly, as the students call him, says Leighter has … Continue reading

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Southeast Neighbors fight for Amazon Headwaters

By Jenni Moore Well-known for their environmental activism and “green” intentions, Southeast Eugene is a place where dog-walkers, hikers, and nature-lovers protect their standard of living. Issues like wildlife habitat protection, high-density housing, sustainability, and education are all very prevalent … Continue reading

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Is More Development Needed in Southeast Eugene?

By Seiga Ohtani Glenn Wells, a cashier of Jiffy Market, really want to enjoy slow life in Southeast Eugene. One of the reasons he works for Jiffy Market here is that he would like to spend time in quiet and … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story update: The Green SE

By Jenni Moore After emailing my previous source, Principal BJ Blake, I got a referral to the advisor of Spencer Butte Middle School’s Green Club. Since my topic is Environmental Concerns in Southeast Eugene, I thought it would be a … Continue reading

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Neighborhood: Enterprise Story Process

I changed my mind and stop dealing with economical issues in Southeast Eugene, but I begun to discuss the development and environment problems in the area. This is because I reminded that I heard some economical concerns from citizens when … Continue reading

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Enterprise Update

By: Jaimie Goldstein So far, my enterprise story is bunch of notes scattered throughout my many notebooks that need to be organized.  Because I have tests to study for, papers to write, and an entire term of college algebra to memorize, … Continue reading

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Rexius trail needs work

By Jenni Moore Last Sunday, literally everyone and their dog took advantage of the nice weather and traveled the 3.5 mile Rexius trail in nature-loving Southeast Eugene. Judging by the amount of runners who use the trail, one could assume … Continue reading

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Sunshine in Southeast Eugene

By: Jaimie Goldstein This afternoon’s sunny air made for an overdue walk in one of the many trails in Southeast Eugene.  A slight breeze made itself present to remind me that it is still officially winter.  But the bright sun, … Continue reading

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Trading places.

I picked the Whiteaker randomley, and all I can say is that I am glad that I did. I went on an adventure Monday morning to Eugene’s Southeast neighborhood, and it left a lot to be desired. As far as … Continue reading

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