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As the leaves fall, the Undead Oregon begins to rise

Undead Oregon, the UO branch of Humans vs. Zombies, gears up for the fall term season.

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Rally against rising tuition costs, featuring U.S. Rep. Peter DeFazio, draws a diverse crowd

The first rally against tuition increases of the 2012-13 school year drew a modest but enthusiastic crowd.

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Back to the BooksSpecial Sections

Take the path less trodden to get through campus more easily

Some tips on what to do – and where to avoid – if you want to get around campus quickly and safely.

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Back to the BooksSpecial Sections

Find snacks within walking distance of campus

Union Market Groceries: Snacks, mostly. Some ramen and other quick meals. Sushi available during the school year. People who work there: College students. Home supplies: Very limited. Some basic personal care items and test-taking/class materials. Alcohol: None. Address: Lower Level of the EMU (1228 University of Oregon) 7-11 Groceries: Standard …

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Law SchoolNews

Law graduates turning to smaller communities might be onto something

For two University of Oregon graduates, heading out of the city and into the country was the best way forward.

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Law SchoolNews

Q&A with past, present, and future law students

Four past, present, and future UO law school students give their thoughts on their field and where it’s taking them.

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Allen Hall renovation to bring advanced – and very green – technology to SOJC

The new Allen Hall, planned to open this January, will be high tech and very green.

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FoodNews

Food carts flourish even as the economy struggles

As the economy struggles, students and business owners both turn to inexpensive food carts.

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Oregon Country Fair is more than just a once-a-year event

The annual Veneta-based Oregon Country Fair doesn’t just shut down after its July event.

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Arts & CultureNews

Changes to new student loans to cost students $20 billion

With undergraduates facing a loss of the six-month interest-free grace period after graduating and graduate and professional students losing access to subsidized loans, higher education is set to become even more expensive.

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New efforts for winning students over to EMU expansion move forward

Sustainability and unmet student needs propel efforts to get EMU expansion funded.

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Arts & CultureNews

For non-traditional students, the University of Oregon has much to offer

Non-traditional students come to the UO for myriad reasons, from economics to simple fondness for the campus.

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OlympicsUncategorized

Olympic Trials coordinator, despite behind-the-scenes role, is essential

Dennis Olafson, track and field veteran of 40 years, works tirelessly behind the scenes to keep the Olympic Trials moving smoothly.

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A Step in the Right Direction helps bring sustainability to campus life

Shoe recycling boxes spring up around campus, giving attendees and athletes of the Olympic Trials a chance to put out-lived shoes to good use.

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