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$6 million endowment will help UO Clinic with operations and research

The Quest Fund gifted the University of Oregon’s College of Education $6 million for its HEDCO Clinic to assist with yearly operational costs for its programs, which provide low-cost educational services to the Eugene-Springfield community. Located in the southern wing of the HEDCO building on campus, the clinic is currently …

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Sports

English Gardner crosses the finish line in first place during the women's 100 meter dash B section. The 41st annual Prefontaine Classic welcomes world-class athletes to compete at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore., on May 29 – 30 2015. (Ryan Kang/Emerald)
SportsTrack & Field

What to watch for: women’s 100 meter dash

At the 2012 Olympic Trials, the women’s 100 meter dash proved to be the most exciting race of the week, and certainly the most controversial. Allyson Felix and Jeneba Tarmoh tied for third with a time of 11.07 seconds. The result captured the nation’s intrigue, and a race-off or a …

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Opinion

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Cowan: The true power of Donald Trump

This past month, the allegedly distant dream of Donald Trump’s candidacy became an undeniable reality as the New York businessman successfully captured the delegate count to secure the Republican nomination. Since its initial arrival, smiling on a shining escalator, the Trump campaign has drawn millions of voters into the roomy …

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