Kiko Alonso sits down with the Emerald for an exclusive interview on the pressures he has faced, mistakes he has made, and what he has done to progress as a football player at the University of Oregon.
The transformation from a bare basketball court to a fully equipped Cirque du soleil stage is a 12 hour process. The stagehands start setting up at 7:45 a.m. and won’t finish until 8 p.m. that evening. This was taken on Oct. 24th, 2012 in anticipation for the Oct. 25th opening …
What is it exactly that The Duck does in his spare time? Well, he runs Emerald Media Group, of course. Here’s a glimpse at his day-to-day:
“What The Festival” is a new music festival that saw the light of day this weekend deep in the heart of central Oregon. The festival featured electronic artists, live performers, and lots of animal masks. Thank you MiMOSA for use of the song, “Drippin.”
A new music festival is set to bring electronic dance music to the serenity of White River Canyon, Oregon, from July 27-29. Located roughly 100 miles outside of Portland in a beautiful desert valley, WTF?! (What The Festival) will have a healthy lineup of some of the top artists in …
The Pacific Tree Climbing Institute set up camp at the Olympic Trials to teach spectators how to climb and why it is important. Produced by Sreang Hok
Former President Lariviere posed in front of Johnson Hall for his presidential portrait, which will make him the first president at the University to use a photograph rather than an oil painting. He posed with students Hakeem Salami, Summer Luu, Max McDermott, and Brandy Dominguez.
Mike Gottfredson accepts the University presidential appointment after a unanimous vote by the Oregon State Board of Higher Education.