The Oregon Liquor Control Commission announced Friday that a six-month ban of flavored marijuana and nicotine vaping products will start Oct. 15.
Last year marked an eventful time for environmental activism both in Eugene and at the University of Oregon, from student strikes to tree sittings. With the Global Climate Strike in late September, The Emerald spoke with some of the environmental activist groups on campus about what they do,…
The ASUO have ushered in a new administration with new ideas to advocate for the student body. The Ducks Empowered campaign ended up winning the vote in April and President Sabinna Pierre was sworn in on May 23 along with her running mate Montse Mendez and 33 other student officials.
University of Oregon School of Law Professor David Schuman died Tuesday evening. He was 75.
This week, the University of Oregon will celebrate the grand opening of the Lyllye Reynolds-Parker Black Cultural Center — a celebration that has been years in the making.
The City of Eugene announced plans to implement an electric scooter pilot program Tuesday. It is predicted to launch in spring 2020. The plan says electric scooters are a form of “micro-mobility” that has been emerging across the United States since the company Bird launched the first fleet …
The University of Oregon’s Health Center opened its 22,000 square foot expansion on Monday, Sept. 30. The university originally planned to open the expansion on Oct. 7.
The University of Oregon’s Sustainable Cities Institute announced a celebration to kick-off its partnership with Lane Transit District.
ASUO Chief of Staff Hibo Abtidon resigned from her position on Oct. 7, according to an email to the Emerald. This marks the second high-profile resignation in the ASUO executive branch in a month after Montse Mendez resigned from her position as ASUO Vice President.
In an effort to cut back on waste, the University of Oregon has committed this year to using reusable tableware at campus dining locations.
With the cost of tuition, books and rent, it’s not always easy to afford a healthy and balanced diet while pursuing a higher education. According to data from the Census Bureau,, 21% of Eugene residents are below the poverty line; however, there are several opportunities available for findin…
This story was updated on Friday, Oct. 4 to include a response from the University of Oregon.
Governor Kate Brown issued a temporary ban on flavored vaping products in Oregon Friday. The ban includes all flavored nicotine and THC vaping products due to lung injuries nationwide.
University of Oregon Senate Vice President Elliot Berkman introduced a game of Jeopardy to make learning about the senate bylaws, constitution and committees more fun. Since very few answers were phrased as a question, one was able to go home with a cash prize.
After two years of construction, the newest addition to the University of Oregon’s landscape is now open. Tykeson Hall officially opened September 2019 for students across campus to seek out academic advising, the Career Center and new classrooms for languages and mathematics.
In response to high student demand, the University of Oregon’s Lundquist College of Business is now offering a new minor in sustainable business. About a dozen other universities have similar minor programs, including Loyola, the University of Minnesota and the University of Wyoming. The min…
Doyle Canning was in kindergarten when her Democratic primary opponent, Peter DeFazio, became congressman for Oregon’s 4th Congressional District district. Forty-year-old Canning is also 22 years younger than the youngest current member of Oregon’s U.S. delegation.
Construction for the new residence hall that will replace Hamilton Hall will begin on the large green space west of Justice Bean Hall in late November.
About 15% of University of Oregon graduate employees — or about 350 out of around 1,500 — have not received their September paychecks after what the university is describing as poor timing between the beginning of fall term and the deadlines for payroll processing.
Counts of stalking and burglary are on the rise on the University of Oregon campus, while there is a decrease in reports of sexual violence and fires, according to the university’s annual Campus Security and Fire Safety report released Tuesday.
Two signs, reading “SHUT DOWN TAYLOR’S” and “WE ARE NOT SAFE HERE,” were zip-tied on the exterior railing of the Taylor’s Bar & Grill Tuesday morning. The signs were taken down by the bar’s staff.
When first-year student Marcelo Torres decided that he wanted to come to the University of Oregon, he wanted a “home-y” place.
After a 22-hour-long bargaining session, Service Employees International Union Local 503 — one of the unions representing workers at Oregon’s public universities — and the bargaining team representing those schools reached a tentative agreement on a new two-year contract on Saturday.
After months of bargaining, classified staff from Oregon’s seven public universities and university administrators reached a tentative contract agreement on Saturday morning. The 22-hour bargaining session prevented a strike scheduled for Sept. 30, according to the union’s website.