Tag Archives: Uncommon Scents

It’s the Final Update – Enterprise

It’s crazy to think that this is the last update. I’ve completed all of my interviews, collected outside sources, and have the framework for my final pieces in place. I’ve completed my multimedia sidebar, which I’ll be posting on the … Continue reading

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Friendly Enterprise Story Update

I am in a very similar situation as Taylor, as this past week was not the greatest for me regarding the Enterprise story. I haven’t really done much since collecting contacts last week. Between my other classes and grad school … Continue reading

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Settva Gallery – A Dream Come True

One small art gallery with one big smile By Sydney Sam Bouchat Light glints off the glassware, making it shine. The grey weather does nothing to this fragile gallery, and each work of art embodies a sunny disposition, one exceeded … Continue reading

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Romney Trending as Potential Republican Candidate

Romney declared as likely Republican candidate for 2012 election by Eugene locals By Ainslie Forsum As the presidential race nears, Eugene residents are following the debates and campaigns closely while determining which Republican candidate will end up as President Barack … Continue reading

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Eugene Residents Predict 2012 Campaign

Residents of Eugene’s Friendly Area Neighborhood express confidence in Romney’s success, Obama’s shortcomings¬† By Sydney Sam Bouchat The upcoming presidential race of 2012 has many Eugene residents guessing at the future of their country. The widely publicized GOP debates leave … Continue reading

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A Rainy Morning Walk Through Friendly Area Neighborhood

On a raining Wednesday morning, Friendly Area Neighborhood is anything but. It’s 8 a.m., and the street stretching east from 18th and Chambers is covered in mud. Most of the businesses I pass are still closed. But with an umbrella … Continue reading

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