While it seems like life has come to halt in response to the coronavirus pandemic, student legal problems have not come to a halt with it. At the University of Oregon, students can still take advantage of a number of legal services provided by the ASUO Legal Student Services program and ASUO Office of Student Advocacy.
University of Oregon students have elected Isaiah Boyd as its student body president, along with the majority of members of the slate he ran on, Ducks for Change.
Beginning Monday April 6, UO students will be able to take part in the ASUO elections process. Polls open that day allowing any student to vote via Duckweb.
Here’s what you need to know to vote:
ASUO executive has taken multiple steps this term in an attempt to advocate for some of the issues they believe affect the UO student body the most. These issues include food security measures and student tuition.