On Jan. 5, Eugene City Council members livestreamed their annual State of the City Address. The event is an opportunity for public officials to reflect on the previous year’s accomplishments while speaking […]
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On Dec. 21, the Eugene community came together at the city’s East Park Blocks for a vigil on National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day.
In a city with just one Queer bar and less than a handful of LGBTQ+ organizations, Eugene lacks the expansive Queer community, resources, and spaces that our brethren in Portland, San Francisco, […]
This week has been a difficult one for many reasons. The holiday season is always a busy time or year, and, usually, bells can be heard as one travels around town running […]
In 2007, the Oregon School Activities Association commissioned an independent investigation into accusations of racism and hate occurring during the previous year’s state basketball tournament at the University of Oregon. The investigation […]
On Dec. 15, members of 350 Eugene held a demonstration outside of the Eugene Family YMCA in protest of their planned methane use along with Kidsports and the 4J School District.
Capturing a collective history passed on orally is a time honored tradition among humans. Our species has been telling and retelling history for millennia. Then, technological advancements, made in the 1920s, created […]
Affordable housing is an issue that plagues most major cities across the United States. Especially as the effects from the COVID-19 pandemic seem to be unending, but what does affordable housing actually […]