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Podcast: News Wrap-up: Schill pauses protest policy, Bean Hall remodel and Breitbart runs ads for UO

In this weekly news wrap-up from the Emerald Podcast Network, we cover the biggest stories from Feb. 10-17. Associate news editor Max Thornberry recaps the state of a proposed protest policy, arts and culture writer Frankie Lewis assures us that Bean Hall has no relation to prisons — besides looking …

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Podcast: Oregon men’s basketball getting ready for postseason

In this episode of Emerald Podcast Network, sports writers Shawn Medow, Gus Morris and Jack Butler discuss the hot-topics of Oregon men’s basketball. They dissect the Ducks’ 3-point shooting and debate the postseason and what lies ahead for the team with multiple stars potentially not returning. You can follow them on …

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Idea Industry: Combined Culture

On this episode of the Emerald Podcast Network’s Idea Industry series, Emily Kalei welcomes back Chandler Carroll to talk about his work with the creative social-impact collective, Combined Culture. This episode was produced by Franziska Monahan.

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Video: Ducks On: Valentine’s Day 2017

The Emerald’s time-honored tradition of asking the campus community about love and romance on Feb. 14. Responses are varied, but honest — and sometimes brutal.

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Podcast: Goodbye Club Penguin and how MMO games die

This time on the Emerald Podcast Network, Mathew Brock and Eric Schucht discuss the shutdown of the popular social MMO Club Penguin and the lifecycle of MMO games in general, particularly how they die out and why it hits so hard. You can read more about Club Penguin’s shutdown here. …

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Welcome to the MultiVRse: Virtual reality gaming in Eugene

VR gaming is finally here with MultiVRse, Eugene’s first virtual reality arcade. A passion project of Andy McClure and Mike Gray that launched Halloween 2016, the duo has several computers and VR systems set up for people to try. Anyone, whether they be age six, 60, or wheel chair bound, …

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Idea Industry: Emily’s top five Super Bowl ads

In this episode of the Emerald Podcast Network’s Idea Industry series, Emily Kalei and Franziska Monahan review their top five favorite Super Bowl ads, paying special attention to the controversial content of many of this year’s advertisements.

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Cowan: The tokenization of Ta-Nehisi Coates

When the University of Oregon selected Ta-Nehisi Coates’ Between the World and Me for this year’s common reading book, there was a boiling optimism. A now-staple of contemporary literature, the book is being used in classrooms around the country to energize a discussion on a subject that Oregon has always …

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Idea Industry: Reset the Code with Chandler and Cameron

On this episode of the Idea Industry podcast, Emily Kalei sits down with Reset the Code developers Chandler Carroll and Cameron Kokes. They discuss the campaign’s origins, philosophy and execution, as well as its future and impact both on and off the University of Oregon campus.   This episode was …

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Video: Innovation Eugene Driven-U

Who will be the next Mark Zuckerberg? Until we find out let’s remember that innovation doesn’t have to turn the whole world upside down to be impactful. College is the birthplace of many buzzing developments like Micah Miller’s passion project, Driven-U, a website which connects collaborators across all fields. Pairing …

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Podcast: What’s the deal with Deady Hall?

In this episode from the Emerald Podcast Network, Max Thornberry and Franziska Monahan discuss the latest news on the denaming of Deady Hall. They touch on the history of Matthew Deady and his connection to the University of Oregon, the criteria used in making the decision to dename, or not, …

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Photos: CSSA host 2017 China Night; EMU Ballroom sold out

Red lanterns and firecrackers adorned the sides of the EMU ballroom, where 300 University of Oregon students and Eugene community members gathered on Jan. 29 to celebrate the Lunar New Year.  A crowd, consisting mostly of members of Chinese student organizations, sat around circular tables, watching familiar faces perform on …

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Video: China Night 2017

The Chinese Student and Scholar Association hosted a Chinese New Year event in the EMU ballroom, drawing in 300 students for a night of food and games. The night featured student performances ranging from traditional dance to modern Chinese pop.

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Podcast: A Very Formal Discussion about Netflix’s ‘A Series of Unfortunate Events’

Emerald writers Sararosa Davies, editor Carleigh Oeth and podcast producer Emerson Malone discuss the new Netflix series adaptation, A Series of Unfortunate Events. Spoilers for all episodes, as well as the books, ahead! This episode was produced by Emerson Malone.

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Podcast: Emerald Recommends songs for the rain

In this episode of Emerald Recommends from the Emerald Podcast Network, podcast editor Emerson Malone and music writer Sararosa Davies share the songs that they turn to when the rain won’t stop pouring. With everything from Ann Peebles to Vampire Weekend to Chopin, this podcast explores music that can help …

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Idea Industry: Do something about your branding, Taggart.

Idea Industry returns with Emily Kalei and Franziska Monahan discussing the advertising side of the UO Football rebrand. Hear our other episode on the rebranding here. This episode was produced by Franziska Monahan.

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Video: The Shivas

The Shivas began as three 15-year-olds playing music in their parents’ garages in Vancouver, Washington. Now, Jared Molyneux as lead guitarist, Kristen Leonard on drums and Eric Shanafelt on bass, are based in Portland. The three of them have been playing together for ten years and have toured worldwide, spending …

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Podcast: What should we make of the Nintendo Switch (part 2)

This time on the Emerald Podcast Network, Mathew Brock and Eric Schucht return to discuss the latest information on the Nintendo Switch gaming console straight from this year’s Nintendo Direct virtual conference Check out their initial discussion on the switch here. This episode was produced by Franziska Monahan.

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Video: The Women’s Marches in Oregon

This weekend women all over the United States united in protest and support for civil rights. Some estimates put the attendance at three million people, or more than 1 percent of the total population. Over 100,000 women marched in Portland alone. They originally met at Tom McCall Waterfront Park, and marched …

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Podcast: Inauguration Conversation

Emerald opinion editor Alec Cowan and news reporter Andy Field discuss the inauguration of President Donald Trump, the Women’s March and other related protests. This episode was produced by Franziska Monahan.

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