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Cardinals Blog: Why’s this so good?

BY Devin Ream It was 2012, and I had just finished watching another very skilful game pitched by Chris Carpenter.  In my mind, Chris Carpenter was an idol on the mound, he was beyond the game and yet in the … Continue reading

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Why it’s so Good: Inspiring Design, Inspiring Writing

By Elizabeth McNamara People may believe that writing about home and home decorating mostly consists of “how-to” sections and ideas for the home. Home sections of magazines also has a great deal of design. Architectural Digest is more than a … Continue reading

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Best Food Writing Twitter Accounts

By Rachel Davidson Food writers and food related twitter accounts can be very repetitive. Often, food writers tweet about what they eat, photos of every meal, and constant ‘foodstagraming’ (food photography on Instagram). Looking at mouthwatering chocolate brownies and gooey … Continue reading

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From Nigeria to Glenwood: the tale of Wole Bankole

Humanitarian efforts are seen worldwide through Bankole’s experiences with quarry.  By: Alan Sylvestre Rows of stoves are displayed out front as the smell of burning wood radiates throughout the air. Boxes of 2 ft. diameters are stacked 10 ft. high … Continue reading

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2013 Oscars. What are your thoughts?

Members of the Glenwood community shared their opinions about the Hollywood ceremony. By: Alan Sylvestre Glenwood, Ore.- Residents of Glenwood voiced their opinion about the upcoming Oscars. Many community members felt Hollywood is out of touch with the needs of … Continue reading

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Why is it so good? A story by Boise Weekly

While I was browsing the internet for good articles on “tweeting”, I was having problems finding articles other than breaking news stories on the conditions in U.S. prisons. Luckily, using the wonderful skills bestowed upon me by the faculty at … Continue reading

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Beat Blog: The Top Tweets About Prison Funding

With the large amounts of gun control legislation being thrown around our nation, people have been writing about prisons, guns, etc… There are several sites that have been keeping an eye on the current state of our fine correctional system, … Continue reading

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Beat Blog: Who and Where to go for Travel Writing and More

By Casey Pechan The growing ease of being constantly tapped into technology has lead to a massive rise in travel writing. Adventurers may now blog on their smartphones, tablets, laptops, or just a local internet café to quickly post. However, not all travel … Continue reading

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Who’s Writing About Our Prison System? #J361Beat Blog

  Prison System Personally, I believe that the different social injustices occurring around the country in our prison system is a very hot topic. There have been numerous amounts of different events that have occurred in the recent months and … Continue reading

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Linda Clarkson – A Glimpse

I grew up in Eugene and am finally realizing my life-long dream to earn my education at the University of Oregon. I wanted to write so I completed my AAOT at Lane Community College and transferred to the U of … Continue reading

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