With wins across all sections — including first-place wins for best writer and photographer — the Emerald provided a good showing at ONPA’s Collegiate Contest.
Colleges are using universal design to create more accessible learning environments for students of all kinds — what could this mean for UO and higher education post-pandemic?
Universities nationwide have decided to require proof of COVID-19 vaccination from students, staff and faculty starting fall 2021. UO will announce its decision on a vaccination requirement by the end of this term.
SAIL is a free pre-college program, intending to inspire students across the state of Oregon
UO promises the class of 2020 and 2021 the opportunity to return for the class of 2022’s commencement
ASUO’s executive and legislative bodies have criticized the University of Oregon Police Department this year, leading them to reconsider the department’s role in providing shuttle services to students.
New Cases and Vaccine Updates
The university will pay $200,000 as part of a settlement with Monica Bray, who alleged whistleblower retaliation in a lawsuit.