The award-winning poet, published author and co-director of project VOICE, Phil Kaye will be at the UO on April 28 in the EMU Ballroom. He will perform spoken word poetry that makes his performance unlike something many have never seen before.
This week is Sexual Violence Prevention Week and the university encourages everyone to participate by raising awareness, support for the survivors and preventing sexual violence by participating in the week’s events.
The Museum of Natural and Cultural History’s Student Ambassadors Program consists of a group of students who comes up with ways to connect the museum and the student body. Their biggest campus-museum connection happens with trivia night which brings out a large crowd every time.
Alabama Shakes debuts their second album “Sound & Color” after a long anticipated three years from their first album “Boys & Girls”. Brittany Howard’s vocals have since matured and come on strong to give great feeling to all of their songs.
We’re used to romance films incorporating comedy, science fiction or history, but it’s not too often we see all of these in one well-written story — The Age of Adaline, however, doesn’t disappoint. Director Lee Toland Krieger, who also directed The Vicious Kind (2009) and Celeste & Jesse Forever (2012), has done it …
The UO Opera Ensemble presents the German opera adaption of “Hänsel und Gretel”. The opera shows a different take on a fairytale classic with a difficult language, witty characters and a clip-art image of a witch.
A new pub has opened up in Eugene. It is called Old Nick’s Pub and most of the bands that perform there are metal rock bands.
From “Mad Max” to “Star Wars: Battlefront” here is this week’s gaming review.
In a world where complex TV dramas has thrived, Marvel has found success by incorporating multiple storylines in their movies.
By Andrea Harvey, Rachel Benner, Ally Taylor and Kira Hoffelmeyer. Sometimes you just need to escape the campus bar scene to, you know, treat yo’ self. Or maybe your parents are coming into town or you want to take your date to a not-so-fancy fancy place. It might be nice …
The University of Oregon has honored Earth Day with a whole week of events, from Monday through Saturday, April 25.
Continue with Earth week through the weekend with Earth Day in the Park on April 25 or stay indoors with a viewing of Interstellar presented by Ducks After Dark.
Coming to college you might find that you don’t have the opportunity to do the things you once loved to do. Or perhaps coming to college has opened your mind to trying brand new things — you just never knew your options. Whether you’re looking for a way to continue …
A new website created by adventure seeking UO students will help make your adventure time even more enjoyable.
With the new season of Game of Thrones going in full force, it’s likely that you or a close friend has put down the $15 a month necessary for HBO just to keep up with the latest happenings in Westeros. But while you’re investing that hard-earned cash, why not check out …
The world of international film can be a tough nut to crack. Even for dedicated cinephiles, there’s an undeniable intimidation at taking in films from a culture outside one’s own, whether it’s the conscious disconnect caused through subtitles or voice dubbing, or the shock of being completely transported to a …
Mortal Kombat is one of the few titles in the gaming industry that can be said to truly live in infamy. The arcade original was miles ahead of the competition in its hyperrealistic depictions of gore and kung-fu violence. It was a pop culture phenomenon that left a generation of …
Taking a trip home or traveling for the music, here are the hottest acts to not miss at the Bay Area’s Outside Lands in August.
The University of Oregon Students of the Indian Subcontinent presented UTSAV 2015 at the EMU Ballroom in Eugene, Oregon on April 19, 2015. The theme of this year’s Indian culture night was Bollywood Flashback Surprise, showcasing Indian culture, live music and dance performances. Indian food catered by Taste of India was served …
With only three hours left of ‘Mad Men,’ this week’s episode gave us a good sign of where the show is headed.
On his debut album, Madeon translates this decade’s hallmarks into his own brand of pop music.
Play Review: Oregon Contemporary Theatre’s ‘Lucky Me’ delivers more endearing quirkiness than laughs
‘Lucky Me,’ running now at the Oregon Contemporary Theatre, is a quirky comedy with plenty of heart.
Dr. Rocket is a ’60s and ’70s-inspired rock duo, composed of Eugene natives Nick Noemi and Mason Kline.
Horror movies often take risks and create new trends within the genre. ‘Unfriended’ is no exception.