As a transgender biological anthropologist, Zachary DuBois is always searching for representation.
Members and supporters of the Graduate Teaching Fellows Federation gathered outside Johnson Hall today in a solidarity rally as negotiations on a new contract between the organization and the University of Oregon continue into the fifth month.
Eugene Chief of Police Chris Skinner spoke with a group of human rights volunteers on April 15 about ways to improve relationships between law enforcement and marginalized communities.
The University of Oregon Prison Education Program is running an exhibit featuring pieces created by 20 artists incarcerated in prisons throughout Oregon.
Suicide is a complicated word. It jumbles around in your mouth, it leaves people with questions and awkward silences. Saying that you’ve lost someone to suicide or that you’ve attempted suicide can cause people to treat you differently, even if they don’t intend to.
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Members of the activist group Cascadia Forest Defenders are participating in a week long-tree sitting demonstration in front of the Collier House in order to “draw attention to the intersection of industrial timber harvest and climate change,” according to a press release from the group.
Once a month, the community kitchen in the Kalapuya Ilihi residence hall fills with students as political science associate professor Debra Thompson and her partner Jack Byrne host a pancake breakfast for students.
It took Richie Weinman nearly six months to get the permits to build a side house on one of his properties for his son.
Sabinna Estephania Pierre will be the new ASUO president, along with Vice President Montse Mendez, after their slate, Ducks Empowered, emerged victorious in this year’s ASUO election that ended on April 11. They are set to take office May 25.
The university senate postponed its vote on the academic continuity plan in order to assess University of Oregon President Michael Schill’s power to overrule the plan at its meeting last Wednesday.
The University of Oregon’s chapter of the Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity has been placed on temporary suspension following a report of hazing, according to a statement provided by UO spokeswoman Molly Blancett.
Ducks Empowered is the victorious slate in the 2019 ASUO election, winning every seat it ran for, according to election results released Thursday evening.
A group of University of Oregon professors met last Tuesday to discuss something on all of their minds — the role that games, digital or otherwise, can play in academia.
A group of University of Oregon journalism students gathered in the Knight Library on Monday at an event hosted by The Catalyst Journalism Project to publicly discuss their experiences reporting on ways to combat sexual violence.
Michael Kraan, Oregon Alliance’s vice presidential candidate, exited from the ASUO race last week. His former running mate, Joey Alongi, will continue his run for president without a VP candidate.
Across Oregon, suicide is ranked as the second leading cause of death among young people. Last year alone, suicide claimed 800 Oregonian lives, according to the Oregon Health Authority. More than 2,000 hospitalizations were due to self harm or suicide attempts in Oregon last year, according …
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.
The National Weather Service in Portland issued a flood warning in Lane County this morning that is in effect until 7:45 p.m. Monday evening, citing the heavy rain over the past 36 hours.
The state of Oregon is home to 24 different universities and community colleges, and a new bill in the state’s legislature proposes improvements to the process of transferring credits and courses between them.
For all Doug Toomey knows, a 9.0-magnitude earthquake could strike Oregon tomorrow. That’s why Toomey, a geophysics professor and the director of the Oregon Hazards Lab at the University of Oregon, believes creating a sophisticated early earthquake warning system for Oregon and the western U…
More than anything, writer, blogger and Instagram influencer Jillisblack values honesty — the type of honesty that both captivates and polarizes the millions of people who watch her viral videos criticizing, among other things, White liberal feminists.
Correction: An earlier version of this article misstated the amount of back taxes that the owner of the Espresso Roma Corporation currently owes. The story has been updated to reflect that he paid a portion of the amount owed.
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…
A mock funeral procession, complete with a wooden casket, made its way through campus on on Wednesday afternoon, starting on 13th Avenue and ending at Johnson Hall.
In 1995, Nintendo released the “Virtual Boy,” the company’s first attempt at virtual reality technology. The console offered gamers a 3-D experience for gaming.
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.
As technology advances, more opportunities appear for college students who are in the computer science and mathematics fields.
Imagine a dollhouse. Not a pink, Barbie-themed mansion, but an antique, Victorian-style one. Now imagine being able to walk through that dollhouse while creepy dolls turn their heads toward you as distorted music plays in the background.
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…
Have you ever wondered how traffic lights prioritize cars and bicycles at busy intersections?
A bill introduced to the Oregon House of Representatives last Thursday would require each of Oregon’s public universities and community colleges to keep its resident tuition the same for the next two academic years.
The proposed $200 million remodel of Hamilton and Walton residence halls reached a new phase of the design process as University of Oregon Housing invited students to walk through proposed floor plans and give feedback in the Global Scholars Hall library on March 13.