Eugene mayor counts down to holiday season

Light Up Downtown is an annual event in Downtown Eugene. This year it took place on Nov. 22 at Eugene’s Park Blocks and Kesey Square. There, holiday-themed performances by musicians and dancers as well as food and beverages were available. The celebration culminated in the illumination of thousands of multi-colored lights adorning the surrounding trees …

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“Loneliness is a Monster”

The 22 filmmaking teams at the seventh annual 72-Hour Horror Film Competition submitted pieces ranging from riveting to comical to somewhere in between. The Jury Award of $1,134 went to the film “Unwind,” produced by an all-female team from the University of Oregon Film Club.  “Unwind” was produced by Colleen Quinn, Marissa Jensen, Sophie Ackerman …

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Only you can prevent apartment fires

Fire Marshals give safety tips to protect students across Eugene/Springfield. During a crisp and overcast Oct. 9 afternoon, a fire safety demonstration at the newly built 959 Franklin student housing building showed what information students might be missing about fire safety. Eugene Springfield Deputy Fire Marshall Merrill Harrison and American Campus Communities Vice President Michael …

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Selina Scott

Putting the ‘wow’ in ‘powwow’

After two years, the Native American Student Association has brought back their Powwow to Lane Community College. With every beat of the drums from the Bad Soul Singers, attendees felt the heartbeat of the families, community and art that the Native American community carries with them throughout their lives. Though the NASA Powwow has been …

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