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Every freshman student received a copy of "The A-Game" — a guide to excelling in class. (Andrew Field / Emerald)
AcademicsAdministrationNews

Free gifts for freshmen: UO gives first-years a place to belong

Before the University of Oregon freshmen started school, they were given free gifts. The university gave the class of 2020 pep rally t-shirts and lanyards, as well as two books: a novel and a guide to excelling in class. Over the summer, the UO Division of Undergraduate Studies sent every …

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Arts & Culture

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Arts & CultureFilm & TV

Netflix: What’s coming and going this October

It’s a new school year, which means it’s time to start procrastinating on homework and binge-watching Netflix instead. This month, subscribers get a whopping 24 new Netflix Originals. Ava DuVernay’s documentary about the history of racism in the United States, The 13th, is coming on Oct. 7. Russell Peters also has …

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Opinion

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ColumnsOpinion

Marks: Why we should care about Bisexual Visibility Week/Day

Last week, from Sept. 19 to 26, was Bisexual Visibility Week. Within Bisexual Visibility Week was Bisexual Visibility Day, which was celebrated on Sept. 23. Both events last a total of a week and, respectively, are held to bring awareness to bisexual people and celebrate their sexuality. Bisexual Visibility Day is …

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