HousingNews

UO in pursuit for sustainable buildings

Since 2006, the University of Oregon has adopted the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and their requirements as the standard for all large projects, according to the Campus Planning and Design website. LEED has several classifications depending on how sustainable the building is Terri Jones, the LEED representative for the university said. …

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CrimeNews

Female UO student sexually assaulted near campus

A UO Campus Crime Alert sent out at 11:1o a.m. reported that a female University of Oregon student was groped by a passing male scooter rider while she was walking along 13th Avenue at Agate Street. The incident occurred around 7 p.m. on Monday, May 30. The man was in a group …

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News

Environmental activist and student group hope to reduce UO waste

Andy Keller, an environmental activist and founder of Chico Bag, came to the University of Oregon on May 25 to give a talk on single use products. In his speech, Keller focused on the importance of reusable products in everyday life and how detrimental single use items can be to …

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HousingNews

UO to build new building for career services and advising

A new building is in the works for the University of Oregon and will serve as an integrated center for career services and academic advising. The building, named Tykeson Hall, will have four major components: core curriculum classrooms designated for subjects such as math and writing, general advising, experiential learning …

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News

Science library expansion creates new opportunities for students

The science library’s renovation is set to conclude in July 2016. It is creating an expanded and contemporary space for students to do scientific research and study. The science library remodel and addition has been in the works since 2012. The library already has new study rooms, book shelves and specific study tools …

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HousingNews

Chapman Hall renovation hopes to better support Honors College

Chapman Hall will undergo its first major renovation since 1939 to make the building more user friendly. The Chapman Hall renovation starts in December 2016. Students and faculty of the Robert D. Clark Honors College will relocate throughout the summer of 2016. a The project’s intent is to make Chapman a place to better support …

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HealthNews

Zika virus could be a problem for Oregon residents

Although the Zika Virus is not an immediate threat to Oregon residents, it should still be taken seriously according to a University of Oregon researcher. The Zika virus is a mosquito-borne illness has only affected three people in Oregon. However, the virus may pose a bigger threat than most might think, …

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EMU ribbon cutting ceremony reveals new building additions

The Erb Memorial Union hosted a ceremony on May 6 to show the newest additions to the building and to celebrate the workers and students who have been involved in the process. Although final touches to the building are still being finished, the majority of the space will now be available …

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NewsPolitics

Update: Campaign staffer confirms Donald Trump visit to Eugene Friday night,

Lauren Garetto and Taylor Perse also contributed to this report. Update: The Register-Guard reported on Wednesday that the rally will take place at the Lane Events Center. Original: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will be in Eugene at 7 p.m. Friday, said Chris Gergen, Oregon political director for the Trump campaign. While the …

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