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UO freshman owns business prior to starting pre-business major

Stephanie Scott is an 18-year-old pre-business freshman at the UO, but she started her business career, in Corunna, Michigan long before starting college. Scott has been professionally showing her dogs at competitions since she was four years old. Scott’s practice with training and showing dogs made her realize how much …

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UO students carve pumpkins in EMU

The first floor of the ERB Memorial Union smelled like Halloween festivities on Monday. Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” provided the perfect backdrop for an afternoon of pumpkin carving, apple cider, and sugar cookies in the Crater Lake North room. The Halloween atmosphere was thanks to the event that the Center for …

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Bean West construction affects current residents

Picture this: like every other weekday morning, you’re asleep in your dorm. You’re jolted awake by a sudden sound and physical shaking that makes you believe there’s a catastrophic event occurring right outside your door. You dart out of bed and into the hallway to find three rooms and one …

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Ducks Love Dogs helps students and animals

The Memorial Quadrangle was a dog lover’s paradise on Thursday, Oct. 19. Students and faculty were scattered along the walkways playing with dogs of all sizes. With their tails happily wagging, the dogs seemed ecstatic to play with the participants. The dogs were brought for a partnered fundraiser between the …

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The Student Food Pantry helps those struggling to pay for meals

After surveying over 3,500 students from colleges across the country, the National Student Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness revealed last year that almost half of respondents felt they didn’t have reliable access to sufficient food at some point. At the University of Oregon, the student food pantry is one way …

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