As Jordan Pennefather walked the aisles of a lecture hall, passing out scantrons to students awaiting their Psychology 301 midterm, a small group of people entered the room. At first, he didn’t think much of it, he said, until he looked up and recognized his department head, Ulrich Mayr and …

Most of the University of Oregon’s graduate programs will likely see higher tuition next academic year after the Tuition and Fees Advisory Board recommended a slate of departmental proposals alongside its nonresident undergraduate tuition proposal earlier this month.

13th Avenue, the arterial passage for the University of Oregon, could see extensive changes in the future, and the UO Campus Planning and Facilities Management will host two events to educate the public on what those changes might involve. The 13th Avenue Axis Conceptual Design, the plan to …

Alyssa Barclay, a junior at the University of Oregon, lives near the intersection of 19th Avenue and Alder Street. Barclay says she has experienced a property crime every term since moving there in fall 2018. Last fall, she found her door kicked in, her window screens ripped apart and an int…

When Jaclyn Kellon first came to the University of Oregon for graduate school, she said she knew she would be one of the few, if not the only, women of color in her program. She knew pursuing a doctorate in chemistry would be a challenge but didn’t realize the social pressures that would com…

To the right of the sell-back counter at Eugene’s Buffalo Exchange sits a large cardboard box brimming with fur coats. The box, so full that it’s unable to close, holds about two weeks of fur donations for the annual Coats for Cubs drive that aims to bring fur back to the animals who provided it.

For many students, taking a math class is something more than just a hassle. Math classes can cause things like anxiety and a mental shutdown that lasts longer than the course — it can become the deciding factor in a student’s choice of major or career path. This math-induced anxiety can dev…

UO students and community members marched from the EMU amphitheater to the Eugene courthouse on Friday, January 18th in support of Native American communities around the nation. This march was a part of the national Indigenous People’s Movement.

A crowd in the University of Oregon Ford Alumni Center applauded as Gov. Kate Brown took the stage Tuesday afternoon to deliver a speech and field questions about her priorities for the coming legislative session. While Brown did not divulge many specific details of her 2019 agenda, she did …

The Womxn's March took place in Eugene on Saturday January 19th, 2019. Thousands of people marched from the Eugene courthouse into downtown to show support for women in the community.

Teenagers volunteering with Planned Parenthood’s Rev program, a youth leadership council open to local high school students, have spent the last few weeks organizing a women’s hygiene drive that will place two brightly-colored donation boxes around the University of Oregon campus. There are …

On any given day at the University of Oregon, about half of all students and faculty come to campus under the umbrella of the College of Arts and Sciences. CAS, which includes majors ranging from biology and physics to romance languages and creative writing, could undergo a major reorganizat…

On a night out with friends, a University of Oregon student might have gone up to the crowded bar at Taylor’s Bar and Grill to order a “Fuck-It Bucket,” a student favorite that dumps vodka, Redbull, and various other liquors into a green pail. But now, bartenders must deliver the news to “Fu…

In celebration of MLK Day, honoring the birth of the late Martin Luther King Jr., the Eugene-Springfield chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People will be hosting the annual MLK Jr. Community March on Monday, Jan. 21.