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Bronze Duck arrives to campus in dedication to Clarey family

A crowd of around 100 people watched the unveiling of the new bronze Duck today before Men’s Basketball plays University of California Los Angeles at 1 p.m. “If you’re of a new generation I’m sure you’ll be taking a selfie with the new Duck,” Athletic Director Rob Mullens said. The …

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UO may rename buildings named after racists: Black students say that’s not enough

University of Oregon’s first building was named after a white supremacist. That’s about to change, but is it enough?

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First female Saudi Student Association president works to dispute American misconceptions

Malak Almunyify stands as the first female president for University of Oregon’s Saudi Student Association. “I am the first woman to be a leader in Eugene, but I am not the first woman to be a leader,” Almunyify said. “Women being leaders is not new.” In the beginning of the …

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Fraternity & Sorority LifeNews

New FSL leaders look to build community as first step

When juniors Tori Ganahl and Evan Anderson became Panhellenic and Interfraternity Council Presidents, they both had the same goal in mind: a better community. On Dec. 6, the new board members met with the previous PHC and IFC board to discuss how they could start bridging the gaps between Fraternity …

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Anti-Semitic attacks against AEPi advance aggression avoidance

Recent attacks against Alpha Epsilon Pi have brought the University of Oregon, Eugene Police Department and International AEPi headquarters together to combat anti-Semitism. On Oct. 30, UO student Damien Leon Ramirez sat on an AEPi member’s truck at the fraternity’s house and, when asked to get off of the truck, …

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Fraternity & Sorority LifeNews

FSL’s suite in EMU provides gateway to convenient community

The Fraternity and Sorority Life office has been in Oregon Hall for the last few years, but the organization’s newly-acquired space in the under-development Erb Memorial Union will allow for more communication between FSL and other student groups. Director of the EMU, Laurie Woodward says members of FSL have been …

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Fraternity & Sorority LifeNews

Fraternities call for “open communication” to challenge FSL stereotypes

While fraternities have confronted national Fraternity and Sorority Life stereotypes through community service, diversity and education, members agree a bridge of communication must be built within the FSL community to succeed in changing. An image James Holloway, Interfraternity Council Vice President of Recruitment, said lingers as an FSL stereotype is …

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French UO students feel the impact of Paris attacks

The attacks in Paris, France on Friday that left at least 120 people dead and 200 injured. French University of Oregon students felt the impact far from home.

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