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Shake Smart to replace Duck Store Cafe in the Rec Center

Shake Smart, a protein shake shop that sells freshly blended pre or post-workout drinks, will be replacing the Duck Store Cafe in the Student Rec Center. A soft opening is scheduled for Sept. 16, but the grand opening is set for Oct. 2. Shake Smart’s CEO Kevin Gelfand said that …

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Proposed locations of new building come with controversy

The University of Oregon Campus Planning Committee (CPC) has narrowed down three potential sites for a new classroom-faculty office building that is expected to open in 2021. In May, nine sites were chosen by CPC and consultants Amy Donahue from Bora Architects and Charles Brucker from Place Landscape Architecture. Over …

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Jamba Juice to open new location in the EMU

University of Oregon students and Erb Memorial Union guests will soon have a new place to get frozen treats — Jamba Juice. The company’s 900-store international smoothie business will be serving frozen drinks in the ground floor location that ice cream pop up store Dip It previously occupied. Laurie Woodward, the …

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UO Housing’s Capital Construction gives students hands-on experience

The construction of new buildings and the renovations of old ones is happening left and right on campus. The University of Oregon opened its 10th residence hall this past fall, broke ground on the Knight Science Campus and demolished Hayward Field to build a new stadium for the 2021 World …

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Renovated Bean Hall West will house students this fall, Bean East will close

Wearing a red construction hard hat, a neon orange vest and glasses, David Opp-Beckman, facilities capital project manager for University Housing, described the lush greenery and rain water collector that will soon be at the entrance to Bean Hall. But not before he recalled living there in the 1970s. “I …

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Cycle Oregon to bring 1,600 cyclists to UO this weekend

Cycle Oregon will bring cyclists from all over the region to the University of Oregon campus and Eugene area from July 13 to 15 for its 14th annual WEEKENDER cycling event. Over 1,600 cyclists, staff members and volunteers are expected to flock to UO’s campus. “The WEEKENDER allows people to …

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Screamin’ Jay’s food cart to replace Soup Nation Soup Carte near PLC Hall

The intersection of East 14th Avenue and Kincaid Street may still smell like three-cheese tomato soup, but will soon have the aroma of meatball sandwiches made by Screamin’ Jay’s food cart. After 21 years of business, the Soup Nation Soup Carte next to Prince Lucien Campbell Hall has been sold; …

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