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The Extraction Turns Coffee and Wine Belts into a Beverage Girdle

  Swedish coffee roaster Löfbergs, a fourth-generation-owned company, has taken special interest in cultivating future generations of coffee production. To highlights its efforts and draw attention to the need to…

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Understanding GMOs: Genetic Engineering and the Future of Coffee

Coffea arabica is a fastidious shrub. With the exacting terroir, heritage and willing producer to invest the time and energy into cultivating this delicate commodity, it will produce generous rewards….

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Cannabis Congress: Tulsi Gabbard is a Great Friend of Legalization

MARIJUANA POLITICS – The News Source For an Informed Citizenry Post by Don Fitch

Tulsi Gabbard legislates for Hawaii’s 2nd District in the House of Representatives. In Congress, she has proven to be an outspoken supporter of cannabis rights on all fronts and introduced a current proposal to completely deschedule marijuana. She will be speaking at the upcoming International Cannabis Business Conference in Kauai, […]

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Draft Dodgers — Mariota and Winston to Skip NFL Draft

While many NFL Draft prospects will be sitting in Chicago waiting to hear Commissioner Roger Goodell, call their name, the Draft’s top-2 QBs will be sitting at home. While Jameis Winston had been alluding to not attending it for a while…

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Mahalo, Hawaii: an Oregon Ducks Fan Says Thank You

All those decades of frustration and failure. Then the burgeoning promise of the last 15 seasons. Culminating in the first-ever college football playoff national championship game. Unreal. Five years after falling in the last second to Auburn, the Ducks were back….

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The Oregon Ducks’ Hawaiian Pipeline

In this video,’s foreign correspondent, British Columbia-based Randy Morse (aka The Fool on the Hill) talks about the seemingly constant flow of outstanding football players from the Aloha State to Eugene. Top photo Vince Cavalaio via Getty Images

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Moving up the Leaderboard in College Fantasy Football

Well, it was my best week yet. Not by much, only three points actually, but it was enough to vault me to the very top (No. 1, baby!) of the Fans of Oregon Ducks group. Out of 2,658 people, through four weeks, I’m the cream of the crop. Out of the millions of people that play ESPN’s College Football Challenge, I’m …

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Oregon volleyball rallies from early deficit to beat Illinois State in five

Oregon volleyball remains undefeated on the season, winning their final game of the Oregon Invitational against Illinois State 3-2 within the friendly confines of Mathew Knight Arena Saturday afternoon. In a series that went down to the wire, Oregon (3-0) was able to claim the victory in the fifth set despite stumbling early. Oregon found […] Continue reading

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Pac-12 Saturday Game Slate — Ranked Teams

After months of waiting, we are finally less than 24 hours away from the first Saturday of college football. The Pac-12 has six teams ranked in the preseason Top 25 and five of those teams play on Saturday. Glancing at the schedule, it’s hard to not expect the Pac-12 to come out still standing strong on Sunday. Let’s take a …

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Maui native Cassy Isagawa stays grounded amidst golf success

Cassy Isagawa has won her fair share of tournaments, but this one was different. The University of Oregon golfer played at the 2010 Junior Professional Golfers Association Championship in a neck-and-neck battle with junior phenom Ginger Howard for the title. “I didn’t even realize how many people were watching,” Isagawa said. “I got tunnel vision.” […] Continue reading

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