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Oregon State University
3:02 pm
Thu September 25, 2014

New Exercise DVD Emphasizes Short Breaks for Elementary Students

Credit Oreson State Uninversity

A new exercise DVD adds short breaks of physical activity in elementary students' routine. It is proving to be popular with teachers. Oregon State University recently published research on applications in the classroom.

"Brain Breaks" features 5 to 7 minute segments focusing on stretching, physical activity, and relaxation. It's meant for situations in the classroom when the teacher notices students becoming distracted or rowdy. OSU Assistant Professor Gerd Bobe says current curriculum focused primarily on academics.

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University of Oregon
2:57 pm
Thu September 25, 2014

University of Oregon Students Move In

Students moving in.
Credit Corinne Boyer

The University of Oregon welcomed 3,000 new students Thursday and volunteers were waiting to help. The annual “Unpack the Quack” allows faculty and staff to help new students move in. KLCC’s Corinne Boyer sent us this audio postcard from campus.

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City Club of Eugene
8:48 am
Mon April 21, 2014

Growing Forward: Maintaining Liveability Through Better Town-Gown Relations

Air Date: April 21, 2014

Meeting Date: April 18, 2014

A large institution of higher education in a small- or mid-sized town inevitably influences life in that locale. The Eugene-Springfield area is no exception. The UO brings the benefits of research and innovation, economic development, and employment opportunities. It brings new ideas, resources, and diverse people into the community.

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Community College
6:41 am
Thu September 26, 2013

LCC President Mary Spilde On Low Enrollment, Budget, Special Session

LCC President Mary Spilde
Credit Lane Community College

Classes begin next week at Lane Community College. LCC President Mary Spilde talks with KLCC's Rachael McDonald about expectations for the coming year. The college is experiencing a drop in enrollment which means a possible $2 million budget deficit. But Spilde is hopeful the legislature will restore some state funding to community colleges when it meets for a special session in Salem Monday.

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