For this story, an interview was conducted with an RA anonymously. Throughout the article, the anonymous source is referred to as Jamie Smith and given “they/them” pronouns in order to maintain anonymity.
University of Oregon students are finding that their first year in the dorms is not what they expected, but they must pay a daily penalty if they decide to break their contract.
Lane County Public Health enacted a house quarantine policy in mid-October to help slow the spread of COVID-19 in aggregate housing communities, including fraternities and sororities.
It has been nearly three weeks since new students moved into the residence halls around campus in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. In light of the circumstances, UO Housing implemented new rules and regulations in order to prevent an outbreak within the dorms. Many of these rules also ext…
Throughout the pandemic, ASUO Student Legal Services has assisted University of Oregon students with landlord-tenant disputes, domestic relations and unemployment claims.
All but one of the 23 new COVID-19 cases on campus are students, the university reported.
Ahead of the fall term, many students are making the return to Eugene. While concerns about COVID-19 in dorms have been at the forefront of conversations about safety, those living in apartments face a different set of questions.
Freshmen will still live in the dorms, tuition will not be lowered and Schill hopes to have most classes taught in person by January 2021.
Incoming students at the UO will still be required to live on campus, according to UO's Housing Director Michael Griffel.