News

UO Domestic Violence Clinic offers free legal services to students

The University of Oregon Domestic Violence Clinic has recently funded a new position that offers students free legal assistance with concerns related to domestic and sexual violence.

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Technology

Did you hear about the new ‘Beet?’

Beet is a brand new photo and video-sharing app, developed here in Eugene. How does it compare to other apps?

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Housing

Concerns moving forward with new UO housing

While the university is working of a new residence hall, many are worried about parking losses and child daycare centers being torn down.

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News

Is the University of Oregon prepared for a large-scale earthquake?

Oregon sits on the North American tectonic Plate and may be due for a big Earthquake. See what buildings could be in danger if an Earthquake hit campus.

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News

Could mold be making you sick?

Lots of green things like to live in Eugene. The ground is damp and humidity is high almost all year round (the annual average for our town is a balmy 78 percent.) From the moss on trees near the University of Oregon Knight Library to the grass by the quad, green …

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FoodNews

How much coffee do you drink in one day?

With over half a dozen cafés near the University of Oregon campus, coffee is fairly easy to find no matter where you are. Regardless of whether you’re looking for a quick fix on campus at The Buzz, or at Vero Espresso at West University, local coffee joints are reaping the benefits. The …

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News

Influenza: the mother of all mild respiratory infections

Over a week ago, a student at the University of Oregon developed a blood infection called meningococcemia that can develop into meningitis. 800 of this student’s classmates were given a shot of prophylaxis, a powerful medication that prevents the development of disease. The UO hasn’t considered anyone to be at …

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News

Power returns after outage at Courtside, Skybox

Update: Students reported power returning at approximately 9:45 p.m. Power along the East side of campus, including Franklin Boulevard and Matthew Knight Arena, was reported as shut off at 8:30 p.m. Monday evening, according to the Eugene Water and Electric Board. The streets currently affected by the power outage are: Walnut …

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