News

UO Senate Responsible Reporting Work Group met on August 25 to lay down some groundwork for the permanent mandatory reporting policy (Tran Nguyen/Emerald)
News

Students can “expect to be listened to” during Friday’s sexual assault policy forum

The debate over University of Oregon’s sexual assault reporting policy is likely to take another turn this week. The UO Senate Workgroup on Responsible Reporting will hold a public forum this Friday, Sept. 30 from 1:00-2:30 p.m. in Columbia 150. The workgroup has been crafting a new policy since the …

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Arts & Culture

Avery Tare of Animal Collective sings during the group's performance at the McDonald Theater in Eugene, Ore. on Sept. 26, 2016. (Aaron Nelson/Emerald)
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Review: A night with Animal Collective at McDonald Theatre

For most people, Monday evening primarily gravitated around a very specific debate between two people, both of whom are competing for the same job. The conversation included whether one believes that climate change was a hoax concocted by the Chinese, how to alleviate the relationship between the black community and …

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Sports

Oregon Ducks wide receiver Dwayne Stanford (88) tries to run between three Colorado defenders. The Oregon Ducks play the Colorado Buffs at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Ore. on Sept. 24, 2016. (Adam Eberhardt/Emerald)
FootballSports

Q&A: Dwayne Stanford says Washington State ‘smells blood’

Coming off an upset loss to Colorado, the Ducks (2-2) are preparing to take on Washington State (1-2) at a tough road environment in Pullman. Wide receiver Dwayne Stanford talked about the state of the team and his experience playing the Cougars after practice Tuesday. As a veteran player, is the mindset of …

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