Multimedia by Luke Hausman

By combining both visual and acoustic art, Pueblo a Pueblo (roughly translated as “People to People”), brought together local artists and Latin American music in a duel concert and art exhibit. The event took place on Thursday, February 17, at 6 p.m. in the UO’s EMU Taylor Lounge. During the night, Argentinian singer-songwriter Cecilia Zabala performed several songs while attendees viewed local artwork. Jessica Zapata of Latin American Traditions and the UO Cultural Forum hosted the event.


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In conjunction with Save Student Newsrooms day on April 25, we launched our $3,500 campaign to provide our newsroom with some of the tools and resources needed to compete in the digital world.

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We have not been able be purchase any multimedia equipment since 2013 and are working with lenses that are 17 years old. Unfortunately, we often rely on students using their own equipment.

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