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Find the scenes on campus that made ‘Animal House’ one of the best college movies

National Lampoon’s “Animal House” is widely recognized as one of the best college movies of all time. But in Eugene, it is more than that. It is a hilarious tour of the University of Oregon campus through the eyes of inappropriate frat boys. Director John Landis brought the film crew …

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An unforgettable combination of red hair and waffles

If you are looking for a unique Eugene dining experience, Off the Waffle is sure to deliver.

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Skinner Butte might have a trail for you

Skinner Butte, located in downtown Eugene along Cheshire Street and the Willamette River, is a great place to have some fun outdoors. The park was dedicated in 1914,@@[email protected]@ making it one of the city’s oldest parks. Today, it consists of hiking trails, picnic areas, rock climbing columns and a viewpoint …

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Keep Eugene Saturday Market in mind for local goods

For a truly unique Eugene experience, visit also the Farmer’s Market located across the street.

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Best student band: The Great Hiatum

The ‘Best of Campus’ winners were determined by a student vote. The winners do not reflect the opinion of the Emerald. The Great [email protected]@https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Great-Hiatum/[email protected]@ is a self-described “five-piece sock-rocking electronic dance rock detail” made up of students in [email protected]@https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Great-Hiatum/[email protected]@ Melissa Randel, Keith Randel, James Aronoff, Max Miller and Travis [email protected]@https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Great-Hiatum/[email protected]@ …

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Best male athlete: LaMichael James

We all remember his rise to glory, including the time he ran 139 yards on a punt return for a touchdown, or when he dislocated his elbow during a play this fall and popped it back in before leaving the field.

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10 things you’ll miss and won’t miss from college

In case you don’t remember it all, here are things you will miss, and won’t miss, about attending the University.

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Pop culture guide

@@NOTE: lost all links to first part of article, but everything is correct. [email protected]@Movies “Titanic” — April 4 There is a reason Titanic is still tied for the record of most Academy Awards won by a single film (11, in case you were wondering). The classic love story is back …

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Spring allows for great outdoor rock climbing at Skinner Butte

Everyone knows that University students can learn how to rock climb on the Student Recreation Center’s indoor rock wall. What many students don’t know, however, is that Eugene is also home to an outdoor rock climbing spot that offers challenging climbs to test your abilities and build your skills outside the gym: Skinner Butte.

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How to visit Las Vegas on a budget

If you have ever wanted to go to Las Vegas for spring break but thought you couldn’t afford it, think again. A trip to Sin City can certainly be expensive, but if you cut costs in the right places, there are a number of ways to make that memorable getaway happen and not go broke in the process.

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Q&A: Understanding landlord and tenant laws can help you avoid legal pitfalls

The Emerald interviewed attorney Tori Klein, who works for Access the Law, a Eugene nonprofit that provides legal services. Klein gives her opinion on things to keep in mind while renting an apartment or house. This is not legal advice, just tips for renters.

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