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Profile: Jerry Leach, Bartender

By Katie Cracchiolo Glasses clink, liquid splatters on the floor, and laughter erupts through the room as Jerry Leach serves up a whiskey coke at Sam Bond’s Garage. This is a typical night in one of the Whiteaker’s most well … Continue reading

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Going Beyond the Statistics

By Katie Cracchiolo When it comes to sports reporting, it’s not all about the statistics; however, it is sometimes difficult to move past the numbers and get on a personal level with the team. Buster Olney, a former beat writer … Continue reading

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Syllabus for #J361 and #J361NN, Winter 2013

Winter 2013 Reporting One #J361/#J361NN Instructor: Suzi Steffen Contact info: @reporting1suzi ; text<redacted for internet>; email ssteffen at uoregon dot edu Class times/places: #J361 2 p.m. MW; #J361NN 6 p.m. TTh; 303 Allen Hall. You will also be reporting on … Continue reading

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Learning from my Profile Experience

What I learned the most from my profile story was to keep on top of your work and always have a place to move on to when something falls through. I waited far too long hoping to get an elementary … Continue reading

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Chef Jeff perseveres for family

By Whitney Gomes Anxious and sleep-deprived, he wipes beads of sweat from his forehead. The chef coat hangs over his gaunt frame; he has shed 20 pounds in the last month. Oregon’s finest chefs join the stage as hundreds of … Continue reading

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The Surprisingly Unexpected Life of Michael Walker

By Phil Howard He speaks slowly, methodically, and just quietly enough that you have to lean in to hear. His tone is soft, muted even, yet subtly manages to convey his true passion for which those closest to him know … Continue reading

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From the Roots Up

By Adam Vaughan Drooping dead corn stalks, plump pumpkins, and burnt orange leaves surround Jenny Wunder as she plunges her gloves into a soft bed of dirt. The drizzling rain moistens the soil as she prepares to plant several kale … Continue reading

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