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Memorial drive for UO student Shunan Zhu to take place on Saturday

Friends of Shunan Zhu will be honoring him in a memorial drive tomorrow, Aug. 29. Zhu was an undergraduate international student at the University of Oregon who died in a car accident Saturday, Aug. 15. Zhu was an enthusiastic member of the car-racing community in Eugene. Friends and community members are …

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Gaming Week In Review: The Borderlands movie is happening

While Seattle’s PAX Prime 2015 is underway, the gaming industry has come out in full force for the massive conference. It comes on the heels of a notable week in gaming news. Here are this week’s biggest gaming stories. Borderlands and Assassin’s Creed are heading to a theater near you. …

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Junior tight end Johnny Mundt being interviewed on Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015. (Samuel Marshall/Emerald)
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Gameday: Experience breeds confidence for Oregon football tight ends

**Editor’s Note: This story first appeared in the Emerald’s “Gameday” edition, which was released on Aug. 27. Copies are available on stands throughout Eugene.  Johnny Mundt and Evan Baylis are growing increasingly confident. The Oregon tight end duo, each in their third fall camp, experienced success early in their collegiate …

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Books in the William W. Knight Law Center. (Samuel Marshall/Emerald)
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Dal Pino: How UO Law can rise above its rankings

U.S. News recently ranked the University of Oregon School of Law as 2016’s 82nd-best law school. Of course, it’s strange to think that a publishing company owned by a Canadian billionaire gets to decide who will train America’s future lawyers rather than, say, a committee of impartial judges. However, UO’s reaction …

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