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Campus crime wrap-up: four arrests on UOPD crime log in the last week

Fourteen crimes were logged to the University of Oregon Police Department in the last week (Aug. 23-30.) Only one occurred on campus. There were six warrant arrests and six criminal trespasses. Most of the trespasses occurred on Thursday, when there were four incidents logged on the intersection of East 8th Avenue and Hilyard Street. …

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HTC Vive is one of the virtual reality headsets currently in development. (Creative Commons).
Video GamesWknd

Berg: PAX Prime showcases the unexpected realism of VR

2016 will be the year virtual reality (VR) makes its first, hesitant steps into the public market. Multiple tech giants will be putting serious VR headsets into the wild, and they all had something to show at gaming conference PAX Prime 2015, which took place in Seattle this past weekend. For years, …

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GameDay

Oregon defensive back Chris Seisay (12) salutes the Oregon crowd during the second half. The No. 2 Oregon Ducks play the No. 3 Florida State Seminoles at Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, Calif. on Jan. 1, 2015. (Ryan Kang/Emerald)
FootballGameDay

Gameday: Chris Seisay enters sophomore season with different approach

**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.  With only one true starting defensive back returning for the Ducks this year, it’s no wonder that many analysts around the country predict this unit to …

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Opinion

Books in the William W. Knight Law Center. (Samuel Marshall/Emerald)
Opinion

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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