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Oregon Universities Fail to Fully Report Campus Sexual Assaults

University of Oregon

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Oregon universities are failing to fully report sexual assaults occurring on campuses, a GoLocalPDX analysis of data provided by public universities found. 

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Millennials Bigger Library Fans Than Their Elders

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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Millennials are more likely than their elders to say that the library contains important information that the Internet doesn’t, according to a Pew research study. Although 98 percent of people under 30 use the Internet, 62 percent of those users believe that "a lot of useful, important information is not available on the internet," according to Pew. Only 53 percent of older Americans believe the same thing. 

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Exclusive: Easy Company To Close and Become Big Trouble

The front window of Easy Company

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Old Town cocktail bar Easy Company will close Oct. 11 and reopen four days later as Big Trouble. 

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How the NFL Can Learn From the Portland Trail Blazers

Thursday, September 25, 2014

So there is this seemingly rock-solid sports brand built over decades of loyalty by devoted fans. And then this untouchable brand gets poleaxed by report after report of players hurting innocent people and disgracing themselves, all the while as management enables the antisocial actions by doing nothing until it’s far too late. 

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The Last Sip of Summer: Tomato Wine

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Thursday, September 25, 2014

To me, the idea of tomato wine is summer in a glass, a golden concoction to serve with a wry smile at a luscious fall feast. I dare you to make this wine. Wait a year. And let me know how it goes. 

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Spotted In Portland: Nick Jonas

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Thursday, September 25, 2014

Pop sensation Nick Jonas was spotted early Wednesday morning in downtown Portland, just outside the Sentinel Hotel. 

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Teen Fashion Queen: Kate Miles, PFW Emerging Designer Winner

Kate Miles, Winner of Portland Fashion Week's Emerging Designer Competition. Photo Credit: Kel Ward Photography 2014

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Kate Miles, winner of Portland Fashion Week’s Emerging Designer Competition, speaks with GoLocalPDX about what it’s like to be a 15-year-old fashion designer (also founder of Kate’s Couture) and where her inspiration comes from.

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School Bugs: 5 Ways to Boost Your Family’s Health During the School Year

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Thursday, September 25, 2014

The new school year has just begun, and your kids are having all kinds of new experiences, coming home with new stories, and are bringing home lots of new bugs. Immunity can be improved, and there are many things that can be done to make sure that this school year does not include as many absences as the last. 

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Portland Then/Now: The Portland Hotel/Pioneer Courthouse Square

The Portland Hotel circa 1897. Photo Credit: Auditor's Historical Records - A2004-002.82

Thursday, September 25, 2014

The Portland Hotel shined on the center stage from its opening in 1890 until its demolition in 1951.

Currently in its place? Pioneer Courthouse Square.

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EXCLUSIVE: PSU Student Says School Failed to Properly Investigate Rape Complaint

PSU Student Says School Failed to Properly Investigate Rape Complaint

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Eden Paul, a 20-year-old Portland State University student, claims the school failed to properly investigate and pursue her rape complaint.

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