Café Yumm! announced today that its location on Broadway will be closing later this year, according to a press release. The release stated that the site will be demolished to make room for a high-rise, multi-use building.

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The Hayward construction project will affect access to the University of Oregon Recreation Center, Straub Hall, Earl Hall and the UO Psychology Clinic on East 15th Avenue, according to Around the O.

The 2019 ASUO debate is over, but for the three slates competing: Ducks Empowered, Oregon Alliance, and UO is Yours, the race continues. With the polls open between April 8 and 11, the executive candidates are running to bring their slates' visions to the University of Oregon student government.

Bean Hall was once one of the least desired residence halls on the University of Oregon campus. After a $37 million renovation project, however, Bean Hall has transformed into one of the most envied dorms for its strong sense of community, modern amenities and low price tag, university offic…

Laura Vandenbergh, head of University of Oregon’s School of Art + Design has been appointed interim dean of the University of Oregon College of Design. She will be replacing Dean Christoph Lindner, who will be leaving the University in August.

Brandon Schmit loves basketball. He has cerebral palsy, which makes dribbling with his right hand impossible, but that hasn’t stopped him from enjoying the sport he loves. He grew up playing on a Special Olympics team in Eastern Oregon and now at 27 years old, Schmit plays with other Special…

Members of the three ASUO slates running in the 2019-2020 election advocated for their policy positions and questioned those of their opponents in a frequently heated and adversarial election debate in Global Scholars Hall on Tuesday night.

Candidates in the 2019 ASUO election season will debate in a town hall event on Tuesday, April 2. The debate, which will be held at the Global Scholars Hall, is the next major campaign event since social media campaigning for slates started on March 20.

When University of Oregon student Cassidy Gibson was diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome her senior year of high school, her diagnosis came with a whirlwind of doctors appointments and new medications — and she quickly became familiar with how complicated health insurance and contracept…