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Where not to eat: A map of Eugene’s restaurant inspection scores

Reading the map: Red markers indicate restaurants that received a score of 70 or below. Yellow markers indicate a score between 71-89 and green markers represent score of 90 or better. Click the markers for the restaurant’s name, address and recent inspection score. How clean and sanitary is your favorite restaurant? Eugene …

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Oregon’s gay marriage ban struck down; same-sex couples already marrying in Lane County

Oregon’s gay marriage ban was struck down today by U.S. District Judge Michael McShane, as spectators and same-sex couples on the courthouse steps cried tears of joy. McShane found the ban unconstitutional because it violated the rights offered under the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The ruling was made public …

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Obtained audio recording documents conversation between ASUO presidential candidates Thomas Tullis and Ben Bowman

Editor’s Note: Ben Bowman was the Emerald’s opinion editor until the end of winter term of this year. He no longer works for the Emerald. Update: ASUO presidential candidate Thomas Tullis was arrested Sunday by UOPD at 11:07 a.m for illegally obtaining communications by violating ORS 165.540. An anonymous audio recording …

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Wind advisory issued for early weekend

Eugene residents should expect a wet and windy weekend after the National Weather Service issued a wind advisory. Combined with weekend rain and showers, the report predicts winds of 15 to 30 mph, with gusts of 40 to 50 mph. The advisory is set to end on Saturday at 10 …

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Video: News you may have missed this week

Man fatally shot at Churchill High School in Eugene. A 44-year-old man was fatally shot on Wednesday by a Eugene police officer after initially being stopped while riding a mini-motorcycle, according to The Register-Guard. What happened next is still under investigation, but police Capt. Scott Fellman said that after pulling …

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Fraternity and Sorority Life on lockdown after five individuals hospitalized for alcohol consumption

The University of Oregon is investigating unofficial Fraternity and Sorority Life functions after several parties Wednesday night resulted in five women being sent to the hospital due to overconsumption of alcohol. Chi Omega President Sarah Pierce said in an email to her members that, “All of greek life is on …

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Duck fans are burnt out with Autzen blowouts

Students run towards the best seats in Autzen Stadium two hours before Oregon’s game with the Washington Huskies. (Alex McDougall/Emerald)” It had been 261 days since the Oklahoma Sooners crushed the hearts of thousands of Duck fans in the Pacific Life Holiday Bowl when Adrian Peterson and the Sooners started …

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United Oregon accused of bribery, grievance filed with Elections Board

Three days into campaigning, a grievance has been filed against leaders of the United Oregon slate, alleging that members of the platform were bribing students to vote for them by offering them a shirt. The grievance, filed by Ducks for a Difference Campaign Manager Andrew Rogers, provides five testimonies from students …

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United Oregon accused of bribery, grievance filed with Elections Board

Three days into campaigning, a grievance has been filed against leaders of the United Oregon slate, alleging that members of the platform were bribing students to vote for them by offering them a shirt. The grievance, filed by Ducks for a Difference Campaign Manager Andrew Rogers, provides five testimonies from students …

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Video: ASUO presidential debate

ASUO Presidential Candidate Debate ASUO presidential candidates Sam Dotters-Katz and Lamar Wise present issues important to their campaigns and take questions from students Tuesday evening.  

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Lamar Wise can’t stop working

Years ago, a tired 27-year-old dad would sneak into Lamar Wise’s bedroom and shake him from his sleep every Saturday morning. Jumping from his bed, Wise would set up the previous evening’s Transformer episode that he had recorded so that he could watch it with his dad who worked nights …

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New grievance filed against ASUO President Laura Hinman

A potential bias in the EMU referendum leads to a grievance filed against ASUO President Laura Hinman.

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What you might have missed from the ASUO Executive

A look into the first term of the We Are Oregon campaign.

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Straub Hall: Uncovering a 1970s funding controversy

Construction of Straub Hall created an indirect student fee, which caused some problems.

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UO professor Gregory Retallack controversially questions where life began

University of Oregon professor Gregory Retallack questions the fossil record, and concludes that the first signs of life came from he land, not the oceans.

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Student group urges Governor Kitzhaber to ensure Nike hires Oregon graduates during expansion

The University of Oregon Student Labor Action Project presented a testimony to Gov. John Kitzhaber to ensure Nike’s proposed expansion would include student hiring.

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UOPD cites student for University sign graffiti

University student cited for graffiti crimes around campus.

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ASUO Senate discusses benchmarks, considers turning organizations like OSPIRG into programs

OSPIRG may face zero funding from ACFC, but they may receive funding elsewhere.

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ASUO Senate: Nov. 28

The ASUO Senate holds an unorthodox meeting during dead week to discuss committee benchmarks.

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ASUO Constitution Court rules to return $142,000 Mallard Madness funds to over-realized fund

The ASUO Constitution Court ruled that the $142,000 allocated for the Mallard Madness Concert be returned to the over-realized fund.

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ASUO Senate plans to meet during the middle of dead week

While everyone is studying the ASUO Senate will be hard at work discussing budget benchmarks.

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UO chemistry professor to lecture at OMSI Science Pub Night

UO chemistry professor David Tyler will give a lecture on Nov. 26 at the OMSI Science Pub Night on the environmental impact of beer and pets.

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Top 5: News from around Oregon on Nov. 26

Crime prevention and a BAC of .50 make up today’s local news.

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EMU open late during Dead and Finals weeks

Need a place to study? The EMU will be open until 3 a.m. during dead and finals week.

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ASUO Sen. Ben Rudin requests direct funding clarification from Constitution Court

ASUO Sen. Ben Rudin asks the ASUO Consitution Court to clarify a direct-funding issue.

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Email bashing EMU referendum claims to be sent out by ASUO

Despite an email being sent out, ASUO representatives deny any involvement.

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