Tag Archives: Washington

The Oscars and Why UO Students Aren’t Going To Watch

The Oscars And Why UO Students Aren’t Going To Watch In the midst of earning a degree from the University of Oregon, students say that a lack of time and perhaps a lack of familiarity with the nominees will play … Continue reading

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Who is Covering Marijuana Legalization?

Nick Schwarz Marijuana legalization is a hot topic. Many different sources are active covering weed related issues on twitter. These updates range from the progress of Marijuana laws in Washington and Colorado to general news about the drug around the … Continue reading

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Legalization of Marijuana in Washington and Colorado

Colorado and Washington have just passed bills legalizing Marijuana. Now the states lie in unknown territory. Many questions have yet to be answered concerning regulation and distribution. In a country where the “war on drugs” has been raging for the … Continue reading

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A Festival in Your Phone!: Twitter and the Summer Music Scene

Since Twitter’s increase in popularity over the past couple of years, business and organizations alike have used the social medium to advertise and promote themselves. The same goes for musicians. And it especially applies to music festivals. What better way … Continue reading

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Q & A with Brew Public’s Angelo DeIeso

I recently chatted with Angelo De Ieso II, writer, contributor and owner of Brew Public. Brew Public was started in 2008 by Angelo and has been a great way for Oregonians to read about news bars opening up, new beers that … Continue reading

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Economic Elections

Eugene, Ore.- On the eve of the November 2nd elections, West Eugene citizens are voting for the values most important to them rather than for individual parties. And for most voters, the troubled economy looms large. Mark Denner said we … Continue reading

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Media Analysis: “Theater of the Absurd” by Mike Allen & Glenn Thrush

By: Jason A. Williams One of the things that I really like about reporting is when a story gives a glimpse behind the scenes of a major operation. The reason I like it is because that glimpse has the chance … Continue reading

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