The Lane County Board Board of Commissioners adopted a resolution acknowledging racism as a public health crisis in a meeting Wednesday 4-1.
“All of the bills this year are going to go into effect pretty much immediately and are going to have tangible impacts,” ASUO State Secretary Maya Ward said.
Five of the Oregon Student Association’s bills have made it out of the Oregon House of Representatives Education Committee, OSA shared on March 31. The proposed legislation focuses on textbook cost and mandatory fee transparency, underrepresented student voices, basic needs coordinators and …
The Oregon Psilocybin Advisory Board had its first meeting on Wednesday to discuss the specifics of the legalization of medicinal psilocybin.
Although ASUO President Isaiah Boyd is running unopposed for a second term, there’s a handful of races for students to watch in the upcoming ASUO election.
Although ASUO will fund the statewide public interest advocacy group through next year, ASUO’s vote against putting OSPIRG on the ballot poses questions about OSPIRG’s future
After decades of serving the Eugene-Springfield area, the White Bird Clinic’s CAHOOTS program is being introduced at the national level.
The newly formed political group meets once a week and provides an open platform for politically moderate students to discuss current issues free from partisan attacks.