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David (left) and Ben Eder graduating from the University of Oregon School of Law in 2005.
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Law School Edition: Brothers in Law

Identical twins, actually. Ben and David Eder are two of the four recipients set to receive the 2015 Outstanding Young Alumnus Award. The award recognizes great achievements in a law career within 10 years of graduation. The award ceremony will take place at the alumni reunion dinner on Sept. 25 …



Beach House performs at McDonald Theatre in Eugene, Ore. in 2012. (Meerah Powell/ Emerald)

Beach House’s “Depression Cherry” a sweeping, cinematic voyage

For a successful band, selling out and going commercial may seem like an easy path to take, but Beach House has made it clear that they are not in the game for anyone but themselves and their fans. The band proclaims in a statement released by its label, SubPop, “[…] …



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Quick Hits: Oregon recruiting class slides in rankings after two four-star de-commitments

Eight months removed from a knee injury he suffered in the Rose Bowl, wide receiver Devon Allen’s short-term goals have changed. One long-term goal of his hasn’t. The Emerald’s Hayden Kim has the profile of the two-sport star athlete. Two 2016 recruits de-committed from Oregon in the past two weeks, causing …



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

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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