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Pirzad: Tailored Coffee is not just another hipster café

From the looks of this 5th Street café, Tailored Coffee Roasters fits the bill as yet another Pacific Northwest hipster joint. But there is so much more to Brian Sung’s business than meets the eye.

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Bergstrom: Finals week isn’t always what you think

Throughout college, there will be weeks of finals that stress you out more than ever, but depending on your preparation, the difficulty of your courses and the type of work given, the end of the term is not always terrible. Business major Rachel Michaels said, “I don’t think it’s fun, …

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Robles: Ballet can be both classical and innovative

Ballet has been around since the late 15th century where it first originated in Italy. From there, the art form took off and found its way around the world through different cultures. The beauty of ballet transfixes people every day and manages to excite largely diverse populations. However ballet is …

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Pirzad: Stress and anxiety are not here to stay

We’re all busy and we all like talking about it – it’s often how we connect with one another, but at what point does stressing ourselves out and over-thinking every little situation becomes unhealthy? Anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental health problems on college campuses, so it’s time to both recognize this and beat it.






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Foster: Be a barn swallow in the new year

To successfully enjoy and learn from the future 12 months, we must be able to find strength within ourselves.






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Weekly Pond(er): Christmas bans, El Niño weather, more on Star Wars

Muslim countries say ‘nah’ to Christmas; tornadoes, mudslides and floods, oh my; hoverboards are for no one; how many times does one need to see Star Wars?!






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Foster: Decoding holiday cards

Holiday cards can be easy to laugh at, so here are a few to remember. However, also understand that the sender cared enough about you to send a cheerful greeting.






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Weekly Pond(er): Star Wars, political debates, Miss Universe 2015

Star Wars premiered as did other movies, both the GOP and the Democrats had debates and Steve Harvey had a massive pageant screw up.






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Pirzad: How to do the Eugene Holiday Market from a local

A few pointers from someone who grew up at Eugene’s heart for artisanal foods and crafts






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