Tag Archives: Chelsea Fullmer

UO’s High School Equivalency Program Making History

By Chelsea Fullmer Walking around the western side of the University of Oregon campus lie the historic Hayward Field, home to Track Town USA, various residence hall complexes, and the law library. Students of various backgrounds, hometowns, and majors pass … Continue reading

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“Pathway to the Future”

Chelsea Fullmer It is a typical February day at the University of Oregon campus: cold and rainy with students slumping their way to classes they had the motivation to get out of bed for. But instead of napping in the … Continue reading

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The College of Education Moves Into a Digital Age

Students and faculty at the University of Oregon expand their usage of technology in the learning environment.  By Chelsea Fullmer Digital media is gaining momentum in teaching, learning and communicating amongst students and faculty at the College of Education at … Continue reading

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The Last Leg of the 2012 Eugene Marathon

Eugene, OR—Cheers, music, and cowbells welcomed runners of the 2012 Eugene Marathon as they finished the last leg of the race under the historic gates of Hayward Field at the University of Oregon campus today. Spectators cheered the 6,000 participants … Continue reading

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Learning How to Zumba at the University of Oregon

She drips with sweat after jumping, stepping, squatting, and shaking her hips for 50 straight minutes. “Ass shaking is probably my favorite,” says University of Oregon Zumba instructor, Sarah Whittaker. As 8:00 rolls around on Thursday night, 25 girls walk … Continue reading

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UO Student and Faculty News Consumption Drift Away from Print

Print journalism is slowly dying, at least according to students and faculty members recently interviewed in a news survey at the School of Education at the University of Oregon. Few responders said that they get their news from print or … Continue reading

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Special Education Top Tier at University of Oregon

Students of varying focus chose to study in the University of Oregon’s special education program after being nationally ranked as one of the top programs in the country. With almost 20 fields of study available in the UO College of … Continue reading

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