Tag Archives: Stephen Colbert

Tweet ‘Em If You Got ‘Em

This weekend was fantastic for Oregon football and its fans: a big-time road win over the despised USC and an official ascension to #1 in the BCS poll, reports ESPN. OregonFootball announced that the game grabbed most of the nation’s attention, … Continue reading

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Survey Shows Skepticism

Staff and graduate students doubt journalistic intentions. By: Jody Canaday Modern journalism is often criticized for its lack of objectivity.  A recent survey conducted on the University of Oregon campus revealed that 90 percent  of staff members and graduate students … Continue reading

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Who’s Glenn Beck? In Survey of college students, Stephen Colbert most recognized talking head.

By: Jason Williams Stephen Colbert leads the pack as one of the most recognized news personalities among freshmen and sophomores in a recent survey at the University of Oregon. “He knows what’s up even though he jokes about it,” said … Continue reading

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Bemused With The News

New Study Reveals Grads and Staff Have Mixed Media Reactions By: Joseph Geglia Eugene(OR)- Twenty percent  of graduate students and staff at the University of Oregon believe that news stories are accurate a new survey reveals.. Of the five men … Continue reading

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Students Favor Facebook Over News

Survey finds that news stories are a low priority for tech savvy students. By Kayla Anchell EUGENE – In this age of technological advancements, websites reign supreme over traditional news sources for students. This afternoon students in J203 interviewed ten … Continue reading

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Survey Reveals Students’ Preferences in News Sources

EUGENE- News can be found on multiple platforms, including the TV and Internet, but the desire and decision to view the news is an individual choice. Reporting1Blog conducted an unscientific survey today regarding the attitudes individuals have towards journalism. The … Continue reading

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Students Prefer Facebook To News, Survey Says

Survey concludes that students are more likely to read friends’ status updates than headlines By: Sawley Vickrey Signs that the news media are losing touch with this generation of young adults can be found on a college campus. An informal … Continue reading

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