Student leaders have been ill compensated and underappreciated for their essential, cumbersome roles. ASUO has the opportunity to correct this, fairly compensating student leaders while remaining true to the 2021-22 budget.
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Requiring proof of a COVID-19 vaccine to enter countries, stores and schools has become normal discussion for some of the nation’s largest institutions. It is time the University of Oregon joined this discussion
After going through the market crash in February and March, then watching our government scramble to save the corporate credit market while everyday Americans were dying left and right, I became very skeptical of the legacy financial system.
Everything I witnessed during my 19-hour journey from London to Portland, Oregon.
Kevin Frazier, a recent UO grad, is applying to the board of trustees. He’d bring a perspective that’s lacking on the board — that of a young professional who knows what it’s like to struggle with mental health.