News

Adam Jacques and Jon de Kluyer pose in the Oregon Microgrowers Guild farm. (Aaron Nelson/Emerald.)
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Marijuana continues to grow a year after legalization

The recreational marijuana industry is “doing phenomenal” in Eugene, Oregon. That’s what Courtney Delaplain, the manager of a local dispensary named Casper’s, said of Eugene’s newest industry. A recent report published by the Department of Revenue shows that Oregon state-licensed dispensaries sold $42.2 million worth of recreational marijuana in June …

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Arts & Culture

Ice Cube performs at Musicfest Northwest presents Project Pabst on Saturday, August 27 in Portland. (Meerah Powell/Emerald)
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Photos from Project Pabst 2016: Ice Cube, Tame Impala, stripper astronauts

Musicfest Northwest presents Project Pabst offered an interesting and eclectic lineup this year: Ice Cube, Duran Duran, irreverent rock group Ween, psych-electronic titans Tame Impala, Brooklyn slacker rock Parquet Courts, Portland’s own Unknown Mortal Orchestra and plenty of others. The annual music festival, which took place in Portland this past …

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Opinion

Deady Hall is named after Judge Matthew Deady, co-author of the Oregon State Constitution. (Creative Commons)
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Solutions: Take a step forward and change the names

An important population of students are offended that two UO buildings are named for historical figures who held racist views. Roughly a year after the Black Student Task Force demanded that UO President Michael Schill rename Deady and Dunn Halls, the community is still debating whether the names should be …

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