Tag Archives: The Oregonian

Q & A with Grant Butler, Food/arts writer for The Oregonian’s Foodday

By: Kathy Kwong Grant Butler, Food/Arts writer for The Oregonian’s FoodDay, A&E, MIX magazine, vegan and movie critic. How did you get started as a food writer/critic? I began writing about food as a part-time restaurant critic for the Statesman … Continue reading

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Shooting Hoops: Q&A with The Oregonian’s Lindsay Schnell

At the end of her stories comes a signature byline: Lindsay Schnell (I came, I saw, I tweeted). A 2009 graduate of Oregon State, Schnell is a prolific “tweeter” while covering Ducks basketball for The Oregonian. With 18,000 tweets and … Continue reading

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Shooting Hoops: “Why’s this so Good?”

With the spotlight squarely on his shoulders, Oregon senior Olu Ashaolu earned his accolades. On Jan. 17, Ashaolu was the subject of a glowing feature story by Oregonian beat writer Lindsay Schnell. Two days later, he was leading the Ducks … Continue reading

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Shooting Hoops: Ducks Basketball Beat Blog

Coming off a 21-18 season and a College Basketball Invitational title, the Oregon men’s basketball team faced lofty expectations entering the 2011-12 campaign. Through 18 games, the fans’ faith has been validated. The Ducks are 13-5 overall (4-2 Pac-12), including … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: Green dry cleaner handles clothes of any color

By Michael Wallen As I was reading through the Oregonian online, I found an interesting story on Green dry cleaning. Oregon has a reputation as an environmentally conscious state, but there are still all sorts of businesses that damage the … Continue reading

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Woman Gives A Kidney, Not Knowing Who Will Recieve It

By Virginia Rice Don Colburn’s article, Woman Gives A Kidney, Not Knowing Who Will Receive It, was published in the Oregonian on June 16th . It is the captivating story of an anonymous live donor who willingly gives her kidney to … Continue reading

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Read All About It!

Students’ thoughts on Journalism at the University of Oregon By McKENNA JOHNSON EUGENE- When it’s possible to check the New York Times within seconds using an iPhone, the technology of printing papers may have become obsolete as students from the … Continue reading

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