The University of Oregon is bringing the TEDx conference back to campus. The talks are a branch of the TED speaker series and are organized by approved independent organizations like universities to share the thoughts of local inventive thinkers. UO has hosted a conference of this kind in th…

Former and current University of Oregon students of all shapes and sizes sashayed down a long, lit runway in the Global Scholars Hall as guests sat and cheered them on. Applause and words of encouragement were spewed from every row of onlookers as the men and women posed and showed off their…

On Feb. 23, the Womxn of Color Coalition will be hosting its second annual Body Positive Fashion Show in the Global Scholars Hall, Great Room from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.  The fashion show is in collaboration with the University of Oregon Counseling Center and All Sizes Fit – the university’s posit…

Over the weekend we KLCC held its annual brew fest. Vendors large and small alike came together to serve the community beer and food for a fun filled event!

Black history month is a nation-wide celebration that spans the month of February. The month is dedicated to honoring African American history, culture, leaders and struggles. Organizations around Eugene and the University of Oregon are among the many that put on events in honor of the month.

The EMU Ballroom was filled with white tablecloths and elegant silver place settings as people from all creeds occupied the seats in the room. The crowd of people roared with claps and cheers as Vice President of the Division of Equity and Inclusion Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh took the stage and…

The Eugene Chabad brought University of Oregon students and faculty as well as Eugene community members together on Sunday at the EMU, to celebrate the first night of Chanukah. The event Lights on Ice, featured free doughnuts, latkes, hot chocolate, Chanukah music and much more!

Makenna McGuire entered the Clackamas Town Center on Nov. 24, 2017 with excitement and eagerness. She waited outside of Victoria's Secret as the line slowly moved toward the entrance of the store. McGuire knew the retail lines would be exceptionally long because it wasn't just a regular Frid…

On a cold and foggy Sunday morning, Meagan Tkach entered the Greenhill Humane Society with excitement and an open mind. Tkach is new to Eugene and looking for a way to engage with the community. She searched for activities that match her interests and found the perfect opportunity: cat yoga.

During the month of November, the University of Oregon Duck Nest Wellness Center is putting on weekly workshops that pertain to men’s health issues. The initiative is known as “movember” — 30 days when men do not shave in order to raise awareness for mental and physical health.  

As hundreds of people filed into the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art last weekend, they were met by a three-tier altar, called an “ofrenda,” covered in purple and orange “papel picado,” a paper banner with cut-out designs; ceramic “calaveras,” or skulls; and photos of loved ones.

Halloween night is the most spooky night of the year — a perfect excuse to gather all your friends and delight in all things eerie. Since the holiday falls on a Wednesday this year, making plans can be complicated. Weekends are the ideal time for parties and events, so Halloween this time ar…

A Friday afternoon in the Erb Memorial Union means a short line for Chipotle, the possibility of actually snagging a booth by the window — and a cappella. Every Friday at 3:45 p.m., the sound of blended voices can be heard across the ground floor of the EMU as Mind The Gap, the University of…

More than 100 people filled the McDonald Theatre Friday night for a Halloween-themed lip sync battle. Relief Nursery hosted its third annual Lip Sync Reloaded event that featured eight performing groups from the community. Each group graced the stage in costumes related to their performance,…

More than 100 people filled the McDonald Theatre Friday night for a Halloween-themed lip sync battle. Relief Nursery hosted its third annual Lip Sync Reloaded event that featured eight performing groups from the community. Each group graced the stage in costumes related to their performance,…

A Friday afternoon in the Erb Memorial Union means a short line for Chipotle, the possibility of actually snagging a booth by the window — and a cappella. Every Friday at 3:45 p.m., the sound of blended voices can be heard across the ground floor of the EMU as Mind The Gap, the University of…