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A balancing act: Students, UO officials disagree about policies for reporting cases of sexual violence

Administrators and law enforcement officials believe mandatory reporting will increase the number of perpetrators held accountable. Sexual violence survivors, however, think the policies disempower women who aren’t ready to report the crime.

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Party patrol: 18 UO students cited on various charges Saturday night

Eugene police continued its patrol of the West and South University neighborhoods as well as downtown Saturday night from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. in an attempt to decrease alcohol- and party-related problems.

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Woman reports being raped in parking lot behind Rennie's Landing early Friday

A 25-year-old woman reported to the Eugene Police Department around 2:40 a.m. Friday that she was raped in a parking lot behind Rennie’s Landing on Kincaid Street. The woman told police she was approached by a man who offered her a cigarette outside the bar. The two reportedly went around …

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Party patrol: 20 UO students cited on assorted charges Saturday night

Eugene police continued its patrol of the West and South University neighborhoods as well as downtown Saturday night from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. in an attempt to decrease alcohol- and party-related problems.

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Party patrol: 18 UO students cited for various charges

Eugene police continued its patrol of the West and South University neighborhoods as well as downtown Friday night from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m. in an attempt to decrease alcohol- and party-related problems. Officers responded to an unruly party with more than 100 people in the house and in the street, …

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Lawyer releases police reports from 1993 assault involving UO alumn and Portland mayoral candidate Jefferson Smith

The lawyer for the woman who was assualted in 1993 by Portland mayoral candidate Jefferson Smith while attending the University of Oregon released police and court records to The Oregonian Monday. In the 1993 Eugene police report, the woman, then 18, told police that Smith “really popped me.” She also told police Smith was coming …

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Party Patrol: Eleven University students cited Saturday night on assorted charges

The Eugene police continued its patrol of the West and South University neighborhoods Saturday night from 9 p.m. to 3 a.m.

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Carlene Ho candlelight vigil moved to Panda Park on Sunday

The candlelight vigil for 21-year-old University student Carlene Ho, who drowned Sept. 17 in a Klamath County lake, has been moved from Hendricks Park to Panda Park on Sunday at 8 p.m., according to the Facebook event. Those who plan to attend are encouraged to bring candles and photos of Ho. …

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Police release name in fatal crash involving 49-year-old bicyclist, Amtrak train

An Amtrak train struck and killed 49-year-old James Daywitt Thursday near Eighth Avenue and Hilyard Street around 5:15 p.m., according to Eugene police spokeswoman Jenna McCulley. Daywitt, of Eugene, was pronounced dead at the scene. He was traveling southbound on his bicycle, wearing a helmet and may have been wearing …

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Robert Johnson replaces Vin Lananna as head track and field, cross country coach

Robert Johnson is Oregon’s new head track and field coach, according to an announcement made by University Athletics Director Rob Mullens on Tuesday. Vin Lananna, who has been head coach since 2006, will remain an associate athletic director and will serve as a track and field administrator, according to the announcement. …

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Michael Gottfredson chosen as University president

The Oregon State Board of Higher Education unanimously voted for Gottfredson to serve as the next University president. He will take office Aug. 1.

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Presidential finalist Michael Gottfredson meets with media

Looking in and outside of Oregon for funding solutions is one of his goals.

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Michael Gottfredson announced as lone finalist for University president spot

The Oregon University System chancellor announced Monday morning that Michael Gottfredson is the finalist for the next University president.

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UO Matters speculates announcement of new University president

UO Matters reported the search for a new University president has been narrowed down.

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Social media reaction to tuition protest

Students protest 6.1 percent tuition hike in the EMU Amphitheater and Johnson Hall Wednesday afternoon.

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Dueling identities: University student conducts master’s thesis on being black and gay

University pre-med student explores being black and gay in his master’s thesis for Portland State University.

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Instagram: Annular solar eclipse on campus

University area responds to Sunday’s eclipse despite cloudy weather.

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Social media reacts to Lill Pagenstecher vigil

A collection of Tweets and Facebook posts about Sunday night’s vigil for Lill Pagenstecher.

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Death of University student sparks concern about meningitis exposure

The reported death of University student Lill Pagenstecher from bacterial meningitis Friday night has students and the campus community wondering about the infection.

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Chi Omega member Lill Pagenstecher dies Friday night

The 21-year-old University student and graduate of Lincoln High School in Portland may have died of bacterial meningitis.

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Policy to control house parties fails in City Council

Eugene City Council dismisses ordinance that would crack down on house parties.

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DPS responds to Jaqua Center break-in

University professor and several students witnessed an early morning break-in at the Jaqua Center.

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Esteemed journalist discusses controversial reporting challenges

More than 80 journalism students, professors and staff showed up to hear journalist Alex Kotlowitz speak about journalistic challenges.

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City of Eugene, ASUO President Ben Eckstein to discuss new policy on house parties

ASUO President Ben Eckstein expressed concerns in a press release Wednesday about a Eugene neighborhood committee’s proposed policy that would implement harsh penalties for University students hosting house parties.

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Grievance filed against candidate who was involved in phishing incidents

Campaign manager for We are Oregon Blake Sedgley filed a grievance to take independent candidate and potential suspect in phishing scam Manny Garcia off the ballot.

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ASUO Sen. Ben Rudin appeals grievance ruling on Katie and Alex campaign

ASUO Sen. Ben Rudin sent an email to Constitutional Court Chief Justice Nick Schultz and associate justices Monday afternoon to appeal a ruling by the Elections Board regarding a grievance Rudin filed last week against the Katie and Alex campaign.

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University student copes with death of husband

University student Yik Chin Pang’s husband was paralyzed from the chest down after a tree fell and crashed into his truck in January. On April 11, Tai died soon after doctors discovered bleeding in his stomach.

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Ben Rudin files additional grievance against 'Katie and Alex' campaign

ASUO Sen. Ben Rudin filed an electronic grievance with the Constitutional Court against the Katie and Alex campaign Sunday, April 8.

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Ben Rudin files additional grievance against ‘Katie and Alex’ campaign

ASUO Sen. Ben Rudin filed an electronic grievance with the Constitutional Court against the Katie and Alex campaign Sunday, April 8.

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