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Not a big thing for Eugene Downtowners: The Grammys

By: Sarina Albeck Morgyn Rios might watch the Grammys. “If I don’t have homework”, she says. And with this statement the teenager belongs to those who seem more interested in one of the music world’s biggest award shows. The major … Continue reading

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Coffee, a cozy chaos and the Beatles

By Sarina Albeck Downtown Eugene: The sound of the coffee grinder welcomes the guests as soon as they have entered this place through the glass door at the corner of the street. A very diverse clientele comes to this place … Continue reading

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Downtown: A vivid place with too many one-way streets

by Sarina Albeck Nowadays Eugene Downtown is a flourishing, busy place. This has not always been the case. The neighborhood has transformed a lot in its advantage. “Downtown Eugene is traditionally a dead space. I’m happy that there are hipper … Continue reading

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Tweeting for Human Rights

By Sarina Albeck My newsfeed explodes as soon as I type in “human rights” in the search box on twitter. It is amazing to see how many people tweet about human rights and get involved. Twitter is a perfect place … Continue reading

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Exploring Downtown, Eugene, OR

By Sarina Albeck For the next eight weeks, I will be covering the Downtown area of Eugene, Oregon. I will be reporting about what is going on in this neighbourhood. And after a first walk through the area earlier this … Continue reading

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Who is covering Human Rights

By Sarina Albeck “What is torture?” asked my Linguistics professor one day in class. My interest in human right reporting began with this question. He was using this word as an example to show, how sometimes official definitions of words … Continue reading

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