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About rschoeck

Grad student studying journalism at the University of Oregon.

An afternoon with Teacher Deb

By Ryan Schoeck After closing the front gate and walking up the porch steps, a small bamboo rack comes into view. Situated low to the ground next to the front door, the rack’s shelves are filled with an assortment of … Continue reading

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Cleaning up Jefferson Westside

Several Monroe Park visitors weigh in on what they like and dislike about the Jefferson Westside Neighborhood.

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Gillian Welch Delivers at the McDonald

Grammy winner Gillian Welch and guitarist David Rawlings played the historic McDonald Theater Sunday night in support of their latest record “The Harrow and the Harvest.” In what has been nearly a decade since their last release, “Soul Journey,” and … Continue reading

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Allen Hall Renovation Affecting more than SOJC

The Allen Hall construction project has shifted the School of Journalism and Communication’s faculty and staff to Agate Hall over the past few months. According to the Daily Emerald, Allen Hall will be “renovated for seismic and energy upgrades including … Continue reading

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Transportation Options for Oregon Country Fair

There are now several transportation options for those heading to the Oregon Country Fair (OCF) this weekend. According to MyEugene, a free shuttle will be provided for those holding tickets to the fair. The OCF has contracted with First Student … Continue reading

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Residents Suggest Alternatives to West Eugene EmX Line

By Ryan Schoeck Edited by Melissa Haskin Several Jefferson Westside residents discussed concerns Saturday over the proposed West 11th Avenue EmX line. For O’Reilly Auto Parts on the corner of Garfield Street, the building plan would affect them by tearing … Continue reading

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Be Careful out There

Posted on MyEugene this week, a man with a webcam captured video footage of a LTD bus running a red light. The EmX bus was traveling on Gateway Street in Springfield as it appears to be blowing through the intersection. … Continue reading

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Campus Construction has Arrived

There is no escaping the University of Oregon’s road construction. Starting this past Monday, Eugene citizens commuting around the school’s campus have been facing delays, detours, and road closures.  But the residents and commuters are not the only ones suffering … Continue reading

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Unique Appeal at Oak Street Vintage

By Ryan Schoeck Edited by Melissa Haskin Oak Street Vintage owners Cora Frazer and Carl Ernst have a reason to be smiling while opening their doors this particular Saturday morning. Along with a cup of coffee in Frazer’s hands are … Continue reading

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Lightening the Load at Your Local Landfill

While many are aware of what can and cannot be recycled in Eugene, a new program is working to add styrofoam to the list of recyclable materials. Posted this past week in MyEugene, a Lane County organization is working to … Continue reading

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