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GTFF presents main priorities at opening bargaining session

On Nov. 12, the Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation held its opening bargaining session for its discussions with the University of Oregon administration in the Erb Memorial Union Ballroom from 1 to 5 p.m. The discussions for this academic year came after last year’s negotiations which led to an eight day …

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New disability studies minor will come to UO in fall 2016

After years of work, the University of Oregon is getting a new disability studies minor in fall 2016. According to the UO Disability Studies Initiative, students can declare a minor or graduate specialization in disability studies next school year through the College of Arts and Sciences. The minor will include …

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Oregon’s yellow brick pathway: PathwayOregon is paying for more low-income students than ever

Since 2008, PathwayOregon has paid for hundreds of low-income students to go to school. It’s about to start paying for many more.

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University senate offers three goals to improve UO

University president Michael Schill addressed the University Senate last week, and has three things he hopes to accomplish during his presidency.

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Profile of Dr. Sari Pascoe, AVP for Campus and Community Engagement

During the 2014-2015 academic year, there were 5,402 domestic minority students enrolled at the University of Oregon, forming 22.3 percent of the student population, according to research done by the UO Office of Institutional Research. Based on research conducted over the past five years, the UO has seen steady growth …

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Life as a Clark Honors College student

In the Robert D. Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon, students are dedicated to academics and strive for academic success. Is that enough to consider them “academic athletes”?

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