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UO ranks No. 4 on Trojan’s Sexual Health Report Card 2016, up two spots from 2015

The 2016 Trojan Sexual Health Report Card results have been released, and, according to the report, the University of Oregon ranked No. 4 among 140 schools across the nation. This year the University of Georgia ranked No. 1, ending Oregon State University’s two-year reign. OSU moved down to No. 2. “The UO has done …

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Manzil Midrash opens conversations for Jewish and Muslim students

Often students groups look for ways to build long-lasting relationships with other student groups on campus. These leaders work towards bridging together the gap between these different groups by tackling questions that both hinder cultural differences and religious views. For a couple years now multiple University of Oregon student representatives from …

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HousingNews

New online platform, uCribs grows relationships with local property management

As spring term starts the search for off campus housing begins. Students will find themselves shuffling for days on Craigslist, Facebook and other sites trying to find the perfect apartment, sometimes with limited options. “I used Craigslist as a last resort to find an apartment to sublease after my term …

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Burglary attempt of UO senior prompts aid from office of Dean of Students

It’s an ice cold morning just a little after 1 a.m. on Dec. 26. University of Oregon senior Demiliza Saramosing and her sister are asleep. The two are awoken by the doorbell, but become startled by the sound of glass breaking. One moment there’s confusion, and the next, Saramosing is on the phone …

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Senator Wyden secures major provision of introduced college affordability bill

In an attempt to make higher education more affordable for students and families, Senator Ron Wyden D-Ore. in early December announced a bipartisan deal on a major bill he had previously introduced. The bill would help by providing tax relief and implementing economic certainty for students who want to pursue a …

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UO ranked No. 6 in top 26 best sexually healthy colleges according to Trojan condoms

The Trojan Brand Condoms recently released their annual sexual health report card. The report ranks colleges on how well the schools are providing sexual information and resources on campus. The University of Oregon ranked sixth overall in the top 26. Oregon State University ranked first for the second year in a row. Schools …

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CityNewsPolitics

Have you registered to vote?

The League of Women Voters of Lane County reminds students that Oct. 13, is the last day to register to vote or update registration information before the Nov. 3 election. Students can register online or in person at the Lane County elections located at 275 W. 10th  from 9 a.m. till …

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CrimeNews

UOPD and OSU Public Saftey respond to events at UCC

In situations like the tragic event that occurred at Umpqua Community College the only top priority for schools and law enforcement is keeping students, faculty and the community safe. Whether that is sending alerts to students or enhancing law enforcement. For both Oregon State University and University of Oregon the …

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New draft bill revises student privacy policy in Oregon

In September, Senator Ron Wyden and Representative Suzanne Bonamici of Oregon released a draft bill to protect student privacy on all college campuses across the country. This proposed bill will adjust the current federal law that governs student records. The draft bill, entitled the Campus Litigation Privacy Act, is intended …

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ASUONews

ASUO Women’s Center provides more than just resources for students

Though the room is crowded with busily working coordinators and assistants answering calls and checking emails, there remains a welcoming atmosphere. By striving to provide a support system for students on campus, volunteers and coordinators at the ASUO Womens Center hope to be more than just a utility for students, …

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FAFSA opened for students to apply for the 2014-15 school year

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is now open for students for the 2014-15 school year. The application opened Jan. 1 and students have until June 30, 2015 to apply. Students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible in order to take advantage of first-come, first-served financial aid. According …

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Freshmen learn from fall term experiences

For many freshmen, the first term of college is both a challenging experience and a valuable one. Whether it is transitioning or learning to handle the work load, fall term is a way for students to adjust to college life. Now that freshmen have survived their first term of college, …

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Cyclist hit by car at 18th and Hilyard

A bicyclist was hit by a car at approximately 7 p.m. on Monday night at the intersection of Hilyard Street and 18th Avenue. The Eugene Police Department received the call at 7:11 p.m. and  arrived shortly after, according to Officer Trevor Hart. The victim, Ashleigh Fischer, a UO architecture graduate student, was …

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