It was sprinkling and I needed to get two quick videos Friday afternoon outside the International Living-Learning Center at Oregon State University before it started pouring. I lucked out.
Both videos go with stories for this Sunday. One story is by Gazette-Times reporter Gail Cole about a campus-wide smoking ban that takes effort Sept. 1 at OSU. The other story, GT copy editor Joy Pariante, is about mid-valley tongue twisters, names of places that are hard to cialis canadian pharmacy pronounce.
It took me no time to find smokers congregated outside the Living-Learning Center. Next year, they’ll have to go off-campus to light up, but one guy I talked with says he’ll make that extra effort because he has no plans to quit smoking.
After I interviewed
two smokers, I found two students and one OSU employee willing to take our Mid-Valley Tongue Twister Challenge. I gave them 10 cards with mid-valley names and asked them to pronounce each. You’ll see how they did in the video below: