Monthly Archives: April 2013

Neighborhood Story-Kathryn Boyd-Batstone

Kathryn Boyd-Batstone J361 Short Neighborhood Issue Story Assignment Southeast Neighborhood Headwater Development A shuffling behind the door.  A soft creak.  A barking dog.  An older gentleman opens the door with a kind smile.   John Pfeffer is his name.  His … Continue reading

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Neighborhood News Story-Cecily Fernandes

Mackenzie Priest knows a thing or two about crime in the South University Neighborhood. “Crime is a big issue in this neighborhood that needs to be stopped.  Both myself and many of my friends have gotten their cars broken into … Continue reading

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Story Revisions

Although my article presents a new outlook on the issue of the Social Host Ordinance in the South University neighborhood of Eugene, my article has a lot of room for improvement. It is essential that I shorten my lead. Although … Continue reading

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Heightened Awareness for the Upcoming Eugene Marathon

Repercussions from the Boston Massacre are felt in Eugene while city prepares for the seventh annual Eugene Marathon Shockwaves from Boston have reached Eugene as organizers for the seventh annual Eugene Marathon are meeting with law enforcement officers in Lane … Continue reading

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Neighborhood Issue Revisions – Kathryn Boyd-Batstone

For my revision process I need to focus on explaining any scientific jargon I used and changing some of the language so it is not as one side.  Some parts of my story are not explained completely like why a … Continue reading

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Issue Story Revision – Megan Dougherty

The first correction I made in my neighborhood issue article was to restructure my conclusion to better fit the inverted pyramid style. Instead of writing the conclusion like a summary of the whole the article, as I initially wrote it, … Continue reading

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Interesting Excerpt I found in Interview (150 words) – Steven Vantulden

Douglas Berry gathered discarded trash from the fraternity home’s finely cut lawn. Berry had been managing his own landscape maintenance business for over twenty three years.  The fifty-year old man operated a large portion of his business with the use … Continue reading

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