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Double Takes: Ryan Adams reimagines Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’

Ryan Adams has recorded a no-nonsense interpretation of Taylor Swift’s smash hit 1989. The result is a beautiful and often somber crossover.

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Administrative positions open at UO

The University of Oregon is searching for five deanship positions to be filled by the 2016 school year.

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Dead week web wrap up

It’s week 10 at the University of Oregon, AKA the first time that some students visit the Knight Library. In case you’ve been in a Red Bull-induced haze, here’s the major headlines from around the web this week. “Call Me Caitlyn” Caitlyn Jenner introduced herself to the world on the …

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What happened online this week

For those of us dealing with impending finals it can be hard to do things like clean your room, eat a proper meal or check Twitter. Here’s help with the last one. FIFA under fire The US Department of Justice indicted FIFA officials and executives for corruption, Wednesday at a …

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What happened on the web this week?

Was your week eight a haze? Don’t fret, here’s everything that blew up on Twitter this week.

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The Weekly Show with Alex and Dahlia: Brenda Tracy and Anis Mojani visit UO

The Weekly Show with Alex and Dahlia this week talks about Brenda Tracy, a sexual assault prevention advocate and survivor of an alleged sexual assault who visited on Thursday. They also address the highly anticpated release of Taylor Swift’s new music video, Bad Blood.

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Week 7 web wrap up

Here’s the week’s big headlines, the Cliffs Notes version.

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University to reset elections on May 25 and June 8

Elections for members of the University of Oregon Senate, its standing committees and officers of administration council is on hold due to technical errors. An email sent to UO staff and faculty by Interim President Scott Coltrane and Senate President Robert Kyr said that a technical issue could compromise the …

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What happened on the web this week?

This week on the web, The Mindy Project was cancelled, the NFL investigated the New England Patriots and Obama visited Portland.

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This is how the University of Oregon has tackled sexual assault in the last year

This story is one part of a series of articles on sexual assault awareness at the University of Oregon. Read Emerald editor Sami Edge’s letter to find out why we’ve dedicated today’s edition of Emerald Monday to the topic. Pressure on the University of Oregon to change policies surrounding sexual …

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What does it mean to report at UO?

This story is one part of a series of articles on sexual assault awareness at the University of Oregon. Read Emerald editor Sami Edge’s letter to find out why we’ve dedicated today’s edition of Emerald Monday to the topic. Dealing with sexual violence within a university is complex. Here’s a breakdown …

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Take Back the Night rally draws a crowd to the EMU amphitheater

An hour before the event began the EMU amphitheater was busy with people waiting for Take Back the Night to begin. TBTN is an international event aimed at ending all forms of sexual violence. In Eugene, the event is comprised of a rally, speakers, poetry and a march. The march …

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Week 5: web wrap up

Half way through the term and hopefully done with midterms, here is what you might have missed this week.

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The University of Oregon names Michael Schill as its newest president

Meet University of Oregon newest president, Michael Schill. He comes into his presidency during a busy time for the administration but equipped with his extensive education background look for some positive changes.

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What happened this week on the world wide web?

In case you didn’t check Instagram, Wednesday was Earth Day. Besides all the selfies next to vistas and canyons, here’s what you may have missed on your newsfeed.

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Environmental groups rally again for UO to divest from fossil fuels

On Tuesday, many students gathered around the EMU ampitheater to protest the UO Foundation’s investment in fossil fuels.

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What in the web?

In between prepping for midterms and soaking up the sunshine, catch up on what happened on the web this week.

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UO professors sign a letter of support for #librarygate archivist

Over 100 professors signed a letter of support for James Fox, a University of Oregon archivist involved in the release of records from the UO’s presidential archives, whose contract was not renewed.

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Meet your new ASUO President, Helena Schlegel

If you ask Helena Schlegel whether or not she sees herself as a politician she’ll give you an honest answer: no. Schlegel said her older brothers laugh about it because she’s not the type to get involved in politics. “I like to keep up in politics because I think it’s things …

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Weekly web wrap up

This weekly wrap up covers all things presidential and the on going debate of the death penalty.

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Uber to stop operating in Eugene Sunday

In an email to users, Uber Eugene announced that the car sharing service will stop operating in Eugene Sunday, April 5. The email blames the Eugene City Council code. “When the Eugene City Council voted to apply outdated code to transportation network companies like Uber, they created a regulatory climate …

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We Are Oregon submits phone call to Miles Sisk as evidence of fraud against UO Forward

We Are Oregon campaign manager Taylor Allison submitted additional evidence Friday that the UO Forward campaign fraudulently used phone numbers gathered for a petition submitted to the board of trustees in March.

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What happened syllabus week?

Spring has sprung here at the University of Oregon. But has it really? It looks pretty much the same from under the hood of my rain jacket. Here’s some of the news you may have missed while enjoying all that syllabus week has to offer. EI quarters, taco Tuesday, dollar …

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2015 ASUO presidential debate

The 2015 ASUO presidential debate takes place Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in the EMU Ampitheater. Here’s the live blog: Live Blog 2015 ASUO presidential debate

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New memes running for ASUO president

ASUO campaigns are everywhere these days. Campaigners are on the streets, flyers are up around campus and every campaign has a social media presence. We Are Oregon, Ducks F.I.R.S.T. and UO Forward all have Facebook pages but recently some new ‘campaigns’ may have sprung up on your timeline. Two rival …

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This is what all three of the ballot measures you’re voting on this week mean

Three ballot measures will open for voting on DuckWeb this Monday. Here’s a guide to help you make an informed decision.

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Spring break web wrap up

From Ted Cruz announcing his presidential candidacy to Zayn Malik leaving One Direction, a lot happened on the web this week.

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Archivists suspended in #recordgate won’t come back to UO

After being placed on paid administrative leave for the unlawful release of archived records, librarians James Fox and Kira Homo will not be returning to their jobs at UO.

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Web wrap up: Finals edition

Too busy studying to keep up with the news? Here’s what you missed.

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The Weekly Show with Alex and Dahlia, Ep. 5: protests and the first amendment at UO

This week on The Weekly show, Alex and Dahlia talk about the abortion protest on UO’s campus plus the excitement of Zoolander 2.

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