Tag Archives: Suzi Steffen

#J361 Midterm, Spring Term 2014

It’s a May Day midterm, and boy is the weather warm for Eugene in early May. This term’s #J361 has finished up Part I of the midterm as I type, and everyone is working on Part II. I am so … Continue reading

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Spring 2013 #J361 Midterm

Midterm Part I: The Book • This portion is about “Inside Reporting” by Tim Harrower, and nothing else except where explicitly stated. • You have until about 10:45 for this part. • Each question is worth two points of 100 … Continue reading

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Midterm, Winter 2013

Here is today’s midterm for #J361. Part I • Every numbered question in this portion is about the book Inside Reporting, by Tim Harrower, and nothing else, except where explicitly stated. • You have until about 2:45 for this part … Continue reading

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Syllabus for #J361 and #J361NN, Winter 2013

Winter 2013 Reporting One #J361/#J361NN Instructor: Suzi Steffen Contact info: @reporting1suzi ; text<redacted for internet>; email ssteffen at uoregon dot edu Class times/places: #J361 2 p.m. MW; #J361NN 6 p.m. TTh; 303 Allen Hall. You will also be reporting on … Continue reading

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Reporting 101 Enterprise: Bicycle culture growing in Pac-12 programs

Pac-12 conference gear up more bicycle programs to students and communities By Nicholas Filipas In today’s world with rising gas prices, cars hogging up the roads, crumbling infrastructure and high tuition, college students in need of transportation across campus and … Continue reading

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Enterprise: Community Aid in Bike Changes

People often believe that they don’t make a difference with their votes and voices. This can be a big obstacle in getting people to give their input and vote. Having an impact nationally to some is not likely. Cities like … Continue reading

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Profile: Lee Shoemaker Dedicated City Employee

Lee Shoemaker walks down the halls of a silent office building with stern white walls, beside conference rooms with keypad doors. His grey tennis shoes, with a bright lime green stripe, pad softly on the carpeting. You can tell a … Continue reading

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Outdoor Program sets the bar for do-it-yourself bike repair

Between the whirling sounds of tools scraping against metal and a classic hip-hop Pandora station seeping through speakers, Aaron Rourke drowns all outside noise and concentrates on replacing a broken tire valve like he’s done this his entire life, when … Continue reading

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Beat Blog Q&A: Kristian Winfield of Rip City Project

1. Name: Kristian Winfield 2. Where you are from: Brooklyn, New York 3. What school do you go to: Hampton University, Hampton, Va. 4. When you started at Rip City Project: May 2012 5. What position did you start at: … Continue reading

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Bicyclists approve ballot measure to fix Eugene streets

Measure 20-197 could give new life to nearly 74 lane miles of Eugene streets By Nicholas Filipas J361 Reporter A majority of topics that are discussed during the Presidential elections between President Barack Obama and former governor Mitt Romney tend … Continue reading

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