• Updated

As hundreds of people traveled to Eugene for what would be the final home football game of the season, fraternity and sorority members strung up teal banners on their houses, displaying a message intended to spark conversation.

The U.S. Department of Education proposed changes last month to the rules that dictate how public K-12 schools and universities, including the University of Oregon, respond to allegations of sexual harassment. The rules are a part of a law commonly referred to as “Title IX,” which prohibits …

The University of Oregon Campus Planning Committee recommended Tuesday that the Collier House be moved to the Gerlinger Field Green to make room for a new classroom and office building. The committee’s recommendation is subject to UO President Michael Schill’s approval.

Contractors for the University of Oregon have applied for a permit to construct a parking garage north of campus, according to documents filed by the city last week. According to the permit application, a three-story structure would hold 354 parking spaces, but the final design could be as t…

The University of Oregon announced last week that it is providing crisis response, counseling and financial resources to students afflicted by the wildfires burning throughout California. The wildfires and the university’s support came at an especially challenging time for students right bef…

A large chain made of multi-colored pieces of construction paper hung between the trees and stairs of the three-story Atrium building in downtown Eugene on Nov. 20. Each link listed the name, age and hometown of a murdered transgender person, followed by their cause of death.

How will the recent midterm election affect politics in the future? That was the question posed to a panel of experts Monday night at an event hosted by the University of Oregon School of Law and the Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics.

The Student Sustainability Center is hosting a produce drop Tuesday afternoon to provide fresh fruits and vegetables to students in need. The event occurs on the second Tuesday of each month from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the EMU amphitheater.

When Ken Barrett came to the University of Oregon for his freshman year as a veteran who served 10 years with the National Guard, he saw the Student Veteran Center in the EMU and decided to check it out. He connected with a peer advisor who was able to show him around campus.

The University of Oregon Board of Trustees announced that several of its members will be holding office hours. They invite members of the UO community to come share their opinions with board representatives in the weeks leading up to the Dec. 3 board meeting.

Working out is hard. And it’s especially hard for women who are forced to compete in what is traditionally a male-dominated space. Smelly, sweaty gyms filled with loud, grunting men can intimidate and ruin some women’s experiences in an area that is meant to be inclusive and welcoming for al…

Artists from all over the country are joining forces with Eugene’s vibrant community of independent publishers and zine makers this Saturday for the third annual Euzine Fest, taking place at The Wheeler Pavilion at the Lane County Fairgrounds from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

With a polarized electorate casting votes in closely contested races around the country and many states seeing record voter turnout, Tuesday’s midterm election seemed to bring out the political passions of Americans like few elections before it. The Emerald reached out to University of Orego…

An accident involving a Lane Transit District bus occurred near Riley Hall on Patterson and 11th Avenue around 6 p.m. on Thursday evening. No one was injured.

Subscribe to receive the DailyE, our digital newsletter!