News

The UO card office is now accepting selfies for your school ID (But probably not any of these)

Don’t send the card office anything that resembles the photos in this post and you’ll be a-okay.

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Columns

Campuzano: New Horizons and the Pluto mission made me feel like a kid again. Thanks, NASA

When I was in elementary school, I’d ignore practical lessons and imagine what it was like to explore outer space. That definitely happened again this week.

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News

Nobody hurt after two-alarm fire on Hilyard and 19th displaces 3 UO students for the night

The two-alarm fire was put out within 20 minutes, Eugene Springfield Fire Department officials said.

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AdministrationNews

Michael Schill tours Oregon campus during his first working day as president

Michael Schill’s first official day as president was July 1, but he didn’t get settled into his office or get to do a campus-wide meet-and-greet until five days later.

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Cover Story

A drag then, legal now

Editor’s note: We’ve transcribed the original archive stories that cover Annette Buchanan’s case as it happened. You can find all of the pertinent articles from the ’60s here. It’s finally legal to smoke and tell in the state of Oregon. When the clock struck midnight on July 1, any fear of …

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CityNews

What we know about the Civic Stadium fire so far (live updates)

We’ll have live updates from the press conference at the Eugene Police Department headquarters.

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News

Four young boys charged in Civic Stadium fire

Eugene Police announced on Wednesday evening that four juveniles will be charged for the fire that took down Civic Stadium.

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News

Here’s everything you need to know about marijuana legalization in Oregon

You can finally toke up in Oregon without legal recourse. Well, as long as you’re doing it at home or in any other private residence. Actually, there are plenty of quirks to the law. Read on to find out what they are and what that means for your weekend.

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CityNews

Eugene City Council to consider fireworks ban

The Eugene City Council called an emergency meeting for noon on Wednesday to discuss a ban on fireworks through July 6. The ban, if passed by a two-thirds majority, would not affect displays that were approved with a permit.

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Arts & CultureCover Story

The Emerald Guide to Summer 2015

JUNE Calling all craft cider connoisseurs — the last week of June belongs to you. June 18 to the 28 marks the fourth annual Oregon Cider Week organized by the Northwest Cider Association. Here are some of the best cider-related events, including tap takeovers, tastings and cider dinners happening this week …

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Football

Oregon Senate honors Mariota, Mick Jagger follows suit in Nashville

The state Senate passed a resolution honoring Oregon’s Heisman winner. The next day, Mick Jagger name-dropped Mariota during a Rolling Stones concert in Nashville.

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Grad GuideNews

Graduation 2015: Ducks and well-wishers reflect on Sunday’s festivities (Storify)

Twitter and Instagram were abuzz with all sorts of good feelings on Sunday for the University of Oregon’s class of 2015.

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Grad GuideSpecial Sections

Grad Guide 2015: Bars to take Mom and Dad that are just off campus

There’s no denying the charm in lounging on the patio at Taylor’s, sharing a pitcher of beer and an order of mozzarella sticks as the spring sun punishes freshmen who came to Oregon believing the lie that it rains nine months out of the year. But bars on 13th Avenue …

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Grad GuideSpecial Sections

Grad Guide 2015: This is everything you won’t miss about college life

Graduation is a time of reflection. It’s when you take one last longing look at the University of Oregon campus and remember all of the good times. But you know what? It wasn’t all late-night Taco Bell runs and all-nighters fueled by Dutch Freezes and Red Bull. This is the …

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Arts & CultureEvents

Your guide to the comedians at Sasquatch, from Doug Benson to Leslie Jones and Nick Thune

If you’re looking to catch up on the comedians performing this weekend at Sasquatch, check out this list.

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ASUO

12 things the ASUO’s $264,763 over-realized fund can buy, from PBR to Sasquatch tickets

ASUO has $264,763 to spend in what it calls its over-realized fund. How did student government come across a quarter of $1 million? More importantly, how should it spend it? At the beginning of each year, the administration projects enrollment. ASUO bases its budget — which is composed of the $215.25 incidental fee …

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Arts & CultureFilm & TV

‘Mad Men’ recap: ‘The Forecast’ is a look at where we’re headed as the show winds down

With only three hours left of ‘Mad Men,’ this week’s episode gave us a good sign of where the show is headed.

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AdministrationNews

10 things you should know about Mike Schill, the University of Oregon’s new president

He’s the first president hired by the board of trustees and first in his family to go to college, among other things.

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AdministrationNews

Board of trustees meets in Ford Alumni Center to discuss next UO president

Michael Schill, dean of the University of Chicago School of Law, will succeed Michael Gottfredson as UO president.

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25 DucksAnnouncements

Nominate an inspiring University of Oregon student to be one of this year’s 25 Ducks

What do Vic Atiyeh, Neil Goldschmidt, Robert Holmes, Paul Patterson, Julius Meier, Tom McCall and John Kitzhaber have in common? They all attended the University of Oregon long before they took a seat behind the governor’s desk in Salem. Phil Knight was a sports reporter for the Oregon Daily Emerald, then …

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Arts & CultureFilm & TV

‘Mad Men’ recap: Season 7 continues with ‘Severance’ as the series winds down

Change is in the air as we pick up where we left off a year ago in the life of the folks at Sterling, Cooper & Partners.

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Arts & CultureCover StoryFood

Your guide to some of the best places to grab a burger in Eugene, away from 13th Avenue

If you’re looking for a place to grab a burger that’s not on 13th Avenue and doesn’t have a value menu, this is the guide for you.

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ASUO

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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Arts & CultureFilm & TV

Watch ‘Animal House’ and check out how little the EMU Fishbowl has changed over the years

The EMU Fishbowl was the site of the infamous food fight scene from 1978’s Animal House. Not much has changed since then.

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Men's BasketballNews

University of Oregon drops sexual assault counterclaim amid public outcry

The University of Oregon has dropped its counterclaim against the lawsuit filed by a student alleging that men’s basketball coach Dana Altman and other administrators acted negligently in recruiting Brandon Austin.

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Acrobatics & TumblingNewsSports

Share your memories of Lauren Jones

Please leave your condolences and memories of Lauren in the form provided. We’ll publish your thoughts later in the evening.

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Announcements

Welcome to the new DailyEmerald.com

Three years ago, we set out to do something different. We tore down our traditional daily newspaper and created something new. We began publishing two weekly newsmagazines: Emerald Monday and Emerald Wknd. We focused on bringing you the news early in the week and help plan your weekends with our …

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