In this episode of Emerald Recommends from the Emerald Podcast Network, podcast editor Emerson Malone and music writer Sararosa Davies share the songs that they turn to when the rain won’t stop pouring. With everything from Ann Peebles to Vampire Weekend to Chopin, this podcast explores music that can help …
In the term’s first episode of This Oregon Life, co-hosts Franziska Monahan and Emerson Malone investigate the world of imaginary companions and the children who create them. This episode will also be broadcast on KWVA tonight (Thursday, Oct. 13) at 7:30. Tune in to 88.1 FM to listen.
Emerald writers Emerson Malone, Craig Wright, Daniel Bromfield and guest contributor Alec Topkis review The Lumineers’ latest album Cleopatra and reflect on the life and career of legendary music icon Prince.
Emerald writers Emerson Malone, Craig Wright, Chris Berg and Braedon Kwiecien found a good time of day to meet and discuss the 88th Annual Academy Awards with special guest Hunter Moore. In this episode, the #sowhite #somale cohort discuss how the big night went for people like Chris Rock, Jacob …
The 1993 film Blue depicts director Derek Jarman’s eyesight deteriorating as he undergoes AIDS treatment in a hospital. The movie is a stark shade of blue for 79 minutes with Tilda Swinton narrating. And to Hallie Frost, it’s pure inspiration. “For me it exemplifies the use of film as an …
Anomalisa is writer-director Charlie Kaufman’s seventh feature film after a string of heady movies like Being John Malkovich (1999), Adaptation. (2002), and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004). The 90-minute, stop-motion animation film, which Kaufman shares the directorial helm with Duke Johnson, features puppets in the starring roles and …
On Jan. 11, Catherine Seavitt Nordenson, a landscape architecture professor from the City College of New York, will visit the UO for her presentation on the transformational effect of climate change on eastern coastal regions.
The mere mention of 19th-century surgery may conjure up grotesque images of gore and doctors begging for a malpractice lawsuit, but this is a perception that one University of Oregon graduate aims to debunk. Faith Kreskey wrote and did extensive research for the exhibition No Harm Intended: A Medical History …
This Thanksgiving weekend, check out some of the best films from 2010-2015, handpicked by the Emerald staff.
Emerald Recommends the best albums between 2010 and 2015.
It’s a match made in high fidelity heaven: Blitzen Trapper played an exceptionally perfect set for the HiFi Music Hall.
In case anybody was wondering where to find an SOJC professor on a Sunday night in Eugene, a Sturgill Simpson concert would be a great place to start.
In week seven, we’re collectively staring down a barrel of seemingly interminable assignments, deadlines and other miscellaneous obligations. We have midterms to cram for, innumerable distractions to tear us away from them and 24 hours a day to fully acquaint ourselves with the Knight Library. Sometimes we drink espresso in …
A$AP Rocky, Tyler the Creator, and Vince Staples are the prolific lineup playing at the Matthew Knight Arena on Thursday, Nov. 12.
Francisco Goya, William Hogarth, and other legendary European artists who challenged the status quo are featured in the exhibition “Contemplation & Confrontation: The Satirical Print in Europe, 1750-1850” until Dec. 27 in the JSMA.
Today’s special: a hand-picked arrangement of an album and a beverage.
‘Grey Tickles, Black Pressure’ is witty, callous, and disarmingly beautiful.
UO digital arts professor and Kid Pix creator Craig Hickman discusses his background in computer programming, his new book “Oxide,” and how he accidentally drew the reputation of being Satan’s love child.
UO digital arts professor Craig Hickman to speak about “Oxide” at 6 p.m. on Oct. 21. at Eugene Public Library.
Here are our suggestions on what Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, Hillary Clinton, Ted Cruz, Jeb Bush, Carly Fiorina and others should use to soundtrack their campaign.
For a bunch of faux-Europeans, Beirut has really mastered the “Sicilian funeral march” and “beleaguered Balkan soul” genres.
The Eugene Middle School Lunchtime Mentor Program offers a support system for vulnerable and at-risk middle schools students in the community.
Award-winning novelist and cartoonist speaks on privacy and security in the graphic form