Tag Archives: transportation

JWN: Petals and Thorns

By: Bryan Cargill EUGENE, Ore. – Within driving distance of the mountains, deserts of Bend, the coast, and large cities like Portland, location is the selling point for many residents of Jefferson Westside Neighbors. There is an abundance of beauty … Continue reading

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Enterprise: The Crime of Skateboarding in Duckcountry

At the home of the University of Oregon Ducks, skateboarders are committing a crime by riding the streets and sidewalks around campus and the downtown area.  By Emily Carino A Blast from the Past July 3rd, 1985, a classic film … 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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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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Profile – Justin James

By Chriss Goschie When you think of the typical skater, a lot of negative images come to mind: drugs, graffiti and deviancy. It doesn’t sound like the type of person you’d want in your community. Justin James might be the … Continue reading

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UO Longboarders Perplexed About Nation’s Next Leader

Young adults don’t appear to be satisfied with the current state of the Presidential race BY EMILY CARINO Reporting 1 Eugene, Ore. – With the Presidential elections only days away, University of Oregon students yesterday voiced their opinions about President … Continue reading

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Midterm for #J361, Fall 2012

Here’s the midterm that the #J361 students are taking today, October 24, 2012. Midterm, Part I • Every numbered question in this portion is about the book Inside Reporting, by Tim Harrower, and nothing else. They are about the book, … Continue reading

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Convenience or Necessity: Is Longboarding a Trend?

Longboarders from Portland, Oregon speak out about their mode of transportation and how it may be a trend that won’t be going away anytime soon. As the skies turn a permanent shade of gray and the streets and sidewalks are … Continue reading

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Drivers On 13th Avenue Share Complaints

Change comes in all different shapes and sizes. Some thrive on it and others utterly loathe it. The traffic changes and different parking system to take place on 13th avenue from Alder to Kincaid was drastic, and drivers are still … Continue reading

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Automobile Transportation Around Eugene

The traffic changes to 13th avenue by campus proved to be daunting when first established. In the pictures above, a person can see the problem with having cars driving through a high pedestrian traffic area. One of the biggest changes … Continue reading

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