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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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ASUONews

ASUO campaigns address the potential return of Uber

Despite almost being a year since Uber suspended its Eugene services after facing penalties from the City of Eugene, two ASUO election slates are calling for its return.   Members of two of the contending slates, “One Oregon” and “I’m With UO,” see the ride-share service as a remedy in …

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ASUONews

ASUO Radio shares the limelight with community advocates

The “ASUO Radio” show, run by members of the University of Oregon’s student government, began airing Oct. 22 and has brought a new flair to the campus radio scene. ASUO Radio is hosted every Thursday at 7 p.m. by ASUO Executive Vice-Presidents Claire Johnson and Francisco Morales-O’Connor, along with Communications …

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ASUONews

Students and ASUO executives debate four year tuition plan

The Tuition and Fees Advisory Board is developing a guaranteed tuition plan that would set a tuition increase amount for the next four years, instead of annually raising tuition. Nov. 30, TFAB members are holding a second forum for students to give opinions on the proposal before the Board of …

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AdministrationNews

Meet your new student BOT member, William Paustian

Of about 5,000 freshmen who stepped on to the University of Oregon campus this year, one of them has a seat on the UO’s highest governing board, the Board of Trustees, and a vote which will help shape the fate of the university. Freshman William Paustian began his term as …

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ASUONews

Funding delays as Senators debate payment for new “ASUO Mediator” position

ASUO senators have shown a sharp divide over Senator Abel Cerros’s proposal of a new “ASUO Mediator” position. This position would de-escalate conflict between senators, as well as between them and their audience members. Although a majority of senators have expressed support of the position, two senate meetings debated whether …

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