About the Emerald
The Emerald has served the University of Oregon with news and information since 1900. Our mission is to train students, serve the UO community and run a financially sustainable nonprofit business.
The Emerald produces a print newspaper weekly on Mondays, and online news 24/7 on our website, Facebook page, Instagram page, Twitter news and sports accounts and an email edition. We do a bunch of other stuff, too: Magazines, marketing, events, advertising, photo booth, design service and video production. Our students go on to work for The Oregonian, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Chicago Tribune, Nike, GQ, Google, Facebook, Amazon.
In 2013, the Emerald’s Revolution transitioned the company from a traditional newspaper to a modern college media company. College Media Matters, the leading college newspaper blog, named the Emerald the 2013-14 college newspaper of the year. Our Revolution was also covered by Oregon Quarterly, Huffington Post, Harvard’s Nieman Journalism Lab, Bloomberg Businessweek, USA Today College and industry analysts and groups, including PBS MediaShift, Poynter, Ken Doctor and Steve Buttry. Since 1997, the Emerald has earned the Pulitzer Prize of college journalism — the Associated Collegiate Press’ Pacemaker award — three times and has been a finalist in print and digital categories five times.
Get a job at the Emerald
We’re looking for students — especially freshmen and sophomores — with a strong work ethic, a desire to learn and the drive to be the best. In the newsroom, we’re accepting applications for reporters, copy editors, photographers, designers and web developers. On our business side, we’re looking for students in advertising, marketing, street team and delivery.
To apply, check out our openings page.
Our list of products and ventures is always growing. Our weekly newspaper and 24/7 news website remain the soul of the Emerald. But with all the changes in the newspaper industry, we’re also growing in new ways. Among them:
Duck Life: Our glossy annual orientation guide for new Oregon students.
Duck Season: Our glossy season preview of Oregon football.
GameDay: Our weekly newsmagazine that covers all things Oregon football.
Emerald Photo Booth: A fun service to make memories at campus events.