UO Vice President for Finance and Administration Jamie Moffitt moved forward a Campus Planning Committee recommendation to approve a campus plan amendment that will allow the university to proceed with future development projects on the land between the railroad tracks and the Willamette River.
Nikole Hannah-Jones, the lead writer for The New York Times Magazine’s The 1619 Project, talked about the process of her project, the future of journalism and race inequities in a panel discussion with University of Oregon faculty and students on Feb. 19.
“I’ve talked to many students and had many friends, many classmates who will not buy books,” said ASUO State Secretary Aaron Lewis, “not because they don’t want to and not because they don’t want to participate in class, but because they literally cannot afford to.”
Planned Parenthood of Southern Oregon adapts to keep “Our Doors Open” and provide for their community, despite the pandemic.
In August, the U.S. Department of Education implemented changes to federal Title IX regulations, causing universities around the country — including the University of Oregon — to adjust their own Title IX rules and standard operating procedures in response.
“Having a Democrat as president makes it better,” UO graduate student Steph Fisher said, “but I think it might not be enough.”
Prompted by calls to defund and de-recognize the UO College Republicans, ASUO is exploring the limits to its powers as a student governing body.
ASUO takes action after University of Oregon College Republicans respond to a statement by UO College Democrats after College Republicans’ support the Proud Boys-affiliated "Stop The Steal" pro-Trump rally in Salem on Nov. 8.