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Dynamic Television and Social Media ~ Jackie Haworth

Television is no longer a static activity. Social media is changing the way people interact with television and within television show fandoms. Sonya Neunzert, 20, a digital arts major at the University of Oregon, said that social media is almost … Continue reading

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Hitting the Pavement: Eugene Running Then and Now

By BRYAN T. ROBINSON Todd Thompson, a Eugene resident, went down his list: running shoes, check; hydration pack, check; headlamp, check; boiled potatoes, check. With everything in order, he and a few others drove to the starting area for the … Continue reading

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Side Bar Profile: William Silk

by Silas Valentino  His name is William but you can just call him Will. He tells you this as he slowly sips on some wine out of a martini glass. There are a lot of folks coming in-and-out of the … Continue reading

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1976-2013: The Fisherman’s Market Then and Now

BY EMILIE OSTERKAMP The history of Fisherman’s Market: Eugene’s gateway to the ocean Fisherman’s Market located on the corner of Seventh and Blair in Eugene’s Jefferson Westside neighborhood appears to some as a site for sore eyes with a dated … Continue reading

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Opportunity Knocking

By Adam Vaughan On a snowy December morning in 2008, 60-year-old homeless veteran Thomas Egan’s body was found frozen near the corner of Blair Boulevard and West First Avenue in Eugene. His death was a reminder to all of the … Continue reading

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A Business in Healthy Pleasure

Two women break barriers in not-so-average house parties, with toys by Kailan Kalina Seven women are gathered in their hostess’s living room on a Friday evening. The drinks are poured, and they’re eager for a night in with the girls. … Continue reading

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The Oregon Writing Project

Nolan Hastings Huge brown doors cover the entrance to one of Alice Academy’s many buildings. Stones overlay the walls on the inside and out. Complete with an auditorium, multiple study rooms, a virtual safari, indoor classroom, and patio classroom, Alice … Continue reading

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