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How to keep your skin healthy this winter term

Every morning and evening we wash our faces, hoping to rid ourselves of any potentially harmful substances that have come in contact with the surface of our precious skin. We want to know that we’re cleansing our skin with the best possible ingredients, which is one of the main reasons …

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Andrew Van Asselt uses fashion to fight against human trafficking

A little girl’s rough hands slowly linked with his. He froze. Her touch startled him, woke him and opened his eyes. He stood there still, too scared to glance down at her. Bright red and green lights flash obnoxiously. The smell of old wet trash is in the air. His …

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Quirky adventures at the hot springs

Hot springs can be a different experience for everyone who visits. Whether you’re willing to bare it all and strip down to your birthday suit or not, the hot springs are an adventure.

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Dos and Don'ts for transitioning your wardrobe from summer to fall

Good ol’ fall is here … or is it? With Oregon’s bi-polar weather it’s not quite sweater weather yet. Don’t ditch those summer dresses just yet. With a roundup of “Do”s and “Don’t”s that we have put together, it will help you turn your summer outfits into cool fall looks. …

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Head out to McDonald Theatre and Cuthbert Auditorium for some big names soon touring through Eugene

Sept. 25 – Mac Miller with Travis Porter and YG Tuesday, 7 p.m. Admission: $35 – $40 Location: Cuthbert Amphitheater   Sept. 26 – Train Special guests Mat Kearney & Andy Grammer Wednesday, 7 p.m. Admission: $44.50 advance; $50 door Location: Cuthbert Amphitheater   Sept. 28 – The Shins Special …

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Five ways to make your house party-ready for Friday night

Party hard or go home You know that big white house on 17th and Hilyard? Or 14th and Patterson? Beer cans and party cups everywhere and it looks like they have more furniture on their front porch than they do inside? The West University neighborhood has a lot to offer …

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Dressing to impress: The first week of school

Your personal style guide to make a good first impression.  First day of school is overwhelming. Let’s be realistic, no one will pay attention to you. So do not plan on taking more than 30 minutes to get ready. Your options should be sweats, yoga pants, or leggings. Jeans and …

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Top 5 coffee shops, water fountains and restrooms on campus

Need to go number two while you are on campus,ut you’re too far from home to make it? Not to worry, we have compiled a list of the best bathrooms on campus to do that kind of business. Not only bathrooms, but also what buildings on campus provide the best …

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What to do when you get asked to a sorority/fraternity function

— Make SURE you go to the pregame and drink with the entire group. Drinking and taking shots breaks the ice most of the time. — Share your alcohol. — Don’t be shy, and introduce yourself to everyone. Just because you are not in the sorority/fraternity does not mean you can’t …

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DIY: Making a hanging Mason jar lamp

The thrill of moving into a new home is always exciting because you get to design everything yourself. Sometimes the price tag can suck all the fun out of it. A couple ways to save money and still make your home a work of art is by being creative and literally doing it …

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