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More than a weekend: Shasta represents larger problems within UO fraternities

One provocative purple cooler, 30 yards of trash and over 72,000 Facebook shares later, the University of Oregon is under scrutiny for the behavior of some of its students at Shasta Lake. Photos, posted by Facebook user Jennifer Vick Cox, got Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity suspended by its national headquarters. …

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Fraternity & Sorority LifeNews

Post shows photos of trash, UO gear littered around a Shasta Lake island

Yesterday evening, Facebook user Jennifer Vick Cox posted a series of photos implicating University of Oregon students and the Lambda Chi Alpha chapter of a littering issue at Shasta Lake’s Slaughterhouse Island in Northern California this past weekend. “The person who took those photos isn’t at liberty to make an …

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CrimeNews

UO student reports she was sexually assaulted at Sigma Phi Epsilon on May 5

A female student was sexually assaulted late May 5 at the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity house on Alder Street, according to a University of Oregon campus crime alert. The student said she did not know the man who assaulted her, but told police he had “spiked up” hair and wore a button-up …

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CrimeNews

Student charged with sexual assault no longer enrolled as UO student

This article has been updated to reflect the no contact order placed against Wood and the victims of his alleged crime, his current enrollment status at the University of Oregon and his membership status in Pi Kappa Phi As of April 6, a university official confirmed that UO senior Sean Wood …

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Men's BasketballSports

Live coverage: No. 1 Oregon vs. No. 4 Duke

Top-seeded Oregon faces defending national champion Duke in the Sweet 16 for the right to move on to the Elite Eight. Tweets from https://twitter.com/DailyEmerald/lists/oregon-vs-duke

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Men's BasketballSports

Live coverage: No. 1 Oregon vs. No. 8 St. Joseph’s

Oregon looks to make it past the first weekend for the first time since 2013 tonight in its Round of 32 matchup against eighth-seeded St. Joseph’s. Tweets from https://twitter.com/DailyEmerald/lists/oregon-vs-st-joseph-s

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AdministrationNews

Live coverage of the Divest UO Fossil Fuel Rally

For more information, please visit the Facebook event page. Tweets by @troydshinn

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Arts & CultureMusic

Live coverage of the Grammys

Stay up to date with our live Grammy’s coverage from A&C editor Daniel Bromfield and reporter Jordyn Brown.

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FootballSports

Live coverage: National Signing Day 2016

Oregon expects to sign another recruiting class that ranks in the Top 25 in the nation Wednesday. The group is highlighted by four-star recruits Tristen Wallace (ATH) and Terry Wilson (QB). The Ducks currently have 19 commitments, seven of which, including Wilson, have already signed and enrolled. Oregon is also in …

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FootballSports

Live Twitter coverage from 2016 Valero Alamo Bowl

Tweets from https://twitter.com/DailyEmerald/lists/alamo-bowl-coverage

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MultimediaNews

Here are the 24 posts you spent the most time reading in 2015

The year’s almost over. Check out the articles you spent the most time on in 2015.

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Grad GuideSpecial Sections

Grad Guide 2015: This is everything you will miss about college life

After four years of the quarter system, life can seem a little drab. Graduating is the perfect way to spice up your schedule and put a little oomph in your routine. But eventually you’ll come to miss all the good times little ol’ Eugene had to offer. Sitting on the porch at Taylor’s, …

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25 DucksSpecial Sections

What is 25 Ducks?

Out of 24,181 students at the University of Oregon, 25 outstanding Ducks have been selected. Each finalist, and ultimate winner, is nominated and chosen based on their involvement in campus and the surrounding community, the diversity of that involvement and overcoming testing situations. These nominations are public and open to …

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25 Ducks: Caitlin Corona

Age: 21 Hometown: Sacramento, California and Hanford, California Year: Senior Major: Psychology Dream job: Academic research Why are you attending UO? My father and grandmother both attended the University of Oregon, so I’m a third generation Duck. It’s very much a part of my family’s identity. How/why do you want …

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25 Ducks: Dyuce Woodson

Age: 19 Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Year: Sophomore Major: Journalism major/ political science minor Dream Job: To have my own part time news show on ESPN Why are you attending UO? The journalism school and the connection that sports has with the journalism school. We’re able to work alongside professionals. How/why …

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25 Ducks: Beth Maiman

Age: 21 Hometown: Agoura Hills, California Year: Senior Major: Journalism Dream Job: Producing or writing stories that are of human interest that also involve sports. Why did you choose U of O? Growing up I always went to games with my dad and sometimes I would go to an event with …

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25 Ducks: Brittany Lang

Age: 22 Hometown: Tempe, Arizona Year: Senior Major: Product Design Dream Job: An outdoor professor who teaches social justice through design thinking. Why did you choose U of O? I’m in love with the place, the people, and the culture. I feel like it’s the best environment for me to be. How/Why do you …

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25 Ducks: Hana Kamata

Age: 19 Hometown: Tallahassee, Florida Year: Sophomore Major: Human physiology Dream job: Right now I’m going back and forth between being a pediatric occupational therapist or a teacher. Why are you attending UO? My dad used to work here, and when he did work here I used to come here …

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25 Ducks: Kelsey West

Age: 22 Hometown: Portland, Oregon Year: Senior Major: Sociology, Minor in Planning, Public Policy & Management Why did you choose U of O? I fell in love with the Clark Honors College. It was a more affordable option of a small liberal arts college, with all the opportunities of a …

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25 Ducks: Gordon Levitt

Age: 25 Hometown: Mosier, Oregon Year: Third Year Dual Degree Student in the Law School Major: Environmental Law Dream Job: Governor of Oregon that IS THE ULTIMATE AMBITION Why are you attending UO? “I’m at the UO because the environmental program is really strong. Ultimately, I would like to address …

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25 Ducks: Charles D. Ekblad

Why are you attending University of Oregon? University of Oregon is the number one school for sustainable design in architecture. How/why do you want to change the world? I would like to change the world by positively affecting people through my leadership and experience. Throughout my life, I have been …

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25 Ducks: Jessica Bateman

Age: 21 Hometown: Redmond, Washington Year: Senior Major: Political Science Dream Job: My dream job is to be Secretary of State. Why are you attending UO? It’s pretty close to home and when I came, I came for chemistry and we have a pretty good chemistry department here. Then, I …

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25 Ducks: Kevin Loder

Age: 26 Hometown: Salem, Oregon Major: PR Year: Senior Dream Job: I see myself working in higher ed… whether that be on a campus or an international office I want to be supporting student success through communication and development of resources for students. Why did you choose U of O? For the PR major …

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25 Ducks: Sarah Thomas

Age: 25 Hometown: Cupertino, California Year: Junior Major: Biological anthropology Dream Job: I want to be an elementary school teacher. Why are you attending UO? I love the atmosphere. It’s a beautiful campus, and it’s so fun and I love the area. I love Eugene. How/why do you want to …

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25 Ducks: Emma Carscallen

Age: 21 Hometown: Beaverton, Oregon Year: Senior Major: International Studies, Linguistics, Spanish Dream Job: “I don’t really have a dream job. I suppose any position where I can help different cultures and communities connect.” Why are you attending UO? “I’m from Oregon. So I grew up here and when it came …

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25 Ducks: Jasmine Beeson

Age: 19 Hometown: Troutdale, Oregon Year: Junior Major: Political science Dream job: Family law attorney Why did you choose U of O? I chose the UO because I loved the environment. The environment and culture were ones of diversity and inclusion, which are two principles that are really important to …

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25 Ducks: Allie Sasek

Age: 22 Hometown: Limerick, Pennsylvania Year: Senior Major: Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies (minors: WGS, PPPM) Dream job: Working at a global think tank, maybe international law eventually. Why did you choose U of O? I fell in love with the campus when I first visited: it was a …

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25 Ducks: Dalton L. Fusco

Age: 21 Major: Environmental Studies Year: Junior Hometown: Scottsdale, Arizona Dream Job? Anything where I could have a tangible effect on those who are most impacted by climate change. Why are you attending UO? I decided to attend the UO because I wanted to experience something completely different than what I …

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25 Ducks: Sandra Benny

Age: 22 Hometown: Singapore Year: Senior Major: Family and Human Services Dream Job: Ambassador to the United States Why are you attending UO? I have always wanted to study in the US — since I was young. The University of Oregon offered me everything I could have ever asked for …

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25 Ducks: Max Forer

Age: 26 Major: N/A — student at UO School of Law Year: Third year Hometown: Santa Monica, California Dream Job: Through conferences and internships, I’ve been able to learn about my “dream jobs” and I realized, a dream job is still a job. There are pros and cons to every position. Therefore, …

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