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Video: Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Check out the Museum of Natural and Cultural History. It’s free for students and showcases beautiful and fascinating artifacts, art, and exhibitions that tell Oregon’s history. Produced by: Connor Henzel

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Video: Black Friday 2015 Deals

Get the down low on some of the sweetest deals coming up as early as Thanksgiving afternoon!

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8 essential Eugene album releases from this year

The music scene around campus might seem a bit small with the same four or five bands at every bar or house show (give or take a few new names at the bottom of the bill.) But as a town filled with artsy students, grads and long-term residents with no …

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Eugene weird meets Comic-Con cosplay this weekend

EuCon will bring genre actors from shows like The Walking Dead and Supernatural to Eugene, but the highlight will be the nerd-dom it brings out in the local community.

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MNCH ambassadors connect culture and campus

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History’s Student Ambassadors Program consists of a group of students who comes up with ways to connect the museum and the student body. Their biggest campus-museum connection happens with trivia night which brings out a large crowd every time.

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Photos: Oregon Ducks beat Seattle Redhawks 2-1.

The Oregon Ducks women’s soccer team beat Seattle University Redhawks 2-1 in the seventh game of their season Friday night at Pape Field. Oregon Midfielder Scout Libke kicked a corner that went into the net at the end of the second half putting the Ducks ahead for the rest of …

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Five tips for starting your own garden this spring

Spring and summer are rapidly approaching Eugene (despite the recent hail storms), and there are several ways people are preparing for the upcoming months. Starting a garden in which you can grow your own food — and then cook it — is a great option for getting outside, saving money …

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In spring, a young man's thoughts: 10 reasons spring term is the best term

As spring is upon us, there are a ton of reasons to be glad you’re a Duck — too many to count, really. But we tried anyway! 10. Off-campus opportunities come alive — Go camping, shopping or take a trip. Just get out of the house! 9. The sports — …

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In spring, a young man’s thoughts: 10 reasons spring term is the best term

As spring is upon us, there are a ton of reasons to be glad you’re a Duck — too many to count, really. But we tried anyway! 10. Off-campus opportunities come alive — Go camping, shopping or take a trip. Just get out of the house! 9. The sports — …

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Hiking around Eugene

Rain and snow have assaulted Eugene this winter, but now — finally — spring approaches, promising clear skies and sunny days. In anticipation of this return of the sun comes the promised use of the best hiking spots around Eugene. From the superb vista of Spencer Butte to the gorgeous gardens of …

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Pop culture guide

@@NOTE: lost all links to first part of article, but everything is correct. [email protected]@Movies “Titanic” — April 4 There is a reason Titanic is still tied for the record of most Academy Awards won by a single film (11, in case you were wondering). The classic love story is back …

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Buckling down: how to battle senioritis

Seniors: Check out some ways to avoid becoming a complete flake your senior term.

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Put away those sweatpants and break out new colors for a spring wardrobe

Students are given the opportunity to take off their rain gear when the sun comes out. Though what they choose to put on instead is entirely up to them, some of these tips might put a little spring in their step.

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Take full advantage of the spring weather with these date ideas

Spring into the new season and charm your partner with these fun, outdoorsy activities.

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Spring allows for great outdoor rock climbing at Skinner Butte

Everyone knows that University students can learn how to rock climb on the Student Recreation Center’s indoor rock wall. What many students don’t know, however, is that Eugene is also home to an outdoor rock climbing spot that offers challenging climbs to test your abilities and build your skills outside the gym: Skinner Butte.

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Restaurants with sweet outdoor dining spots for spring days

One of the benefits that comes along with the improved weather in springtime is the ability to go to a restaurant in Eugene and eat outside again. There are some great local spots that have outdoor seating available when the weather cooperates.

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Emerald’s winter entertainment guide

Click the cover to download our 12-page guide as a PDF.    

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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of service gives students opportunities to make a difference

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. stood for what makes America great. Unity, perseverance, strength, patience and passion are just a few of the values he preached to his followers, and to this day his words echo in society. In honor of everything Dr. King accomplished, people around the country have …

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The Emerald's comprehensive fall pop culture preview

With the school year just beginning, it’s almost hard to imagine there is a thriving pop culture industry continuously producing new forms of entertainment. For the students who use this entertainment as a way to escape the seemingly constant pressure of college, here is a preview of the three biggest …

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McDonald Theatre: a movie-script history

On May 7, 1925, Eugene’s newspaper, the Eugene Daily Guard, printed two editions. There was the standard home edition and a second special edition. The special edition was eight pages long, and every article and advertisement in it related to one topic: The small town of Eugene was getting its …

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WOW Hall: a rich history

The W.O.W.Hall is a great place to gather for almost any event. The people of Eugene hold a special place in their hearts for the hall, and will continue to use it for various events in the future. Check out the W.O.W. hall for yourselves. You won’t regret it.

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Ex-Oregon linebacker now defends as bar bouncer

On Halloween he’s dressed up as his alter ego in nerdy glasses and a button-up shirt. On Mardi Gras he’s passing out beads. On Jersey Shore night and game days he’s at the door ushering in excited college kids. This is the life of bar bouncer Robert Hamilton.

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Local co-ops offer counterculture music scene

When you walk into the Campbell Club or the Lorax Manner, there are certain things you can’t miss. Besides the rickety furniture and vivid murals encompassing the walls, the sound of music is ubiquitous. “It is like a biosphere of music,” said Chris Crux, a Campbell Club [email protected]@found on [email protected]@ …

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The Emerald explores fall fashion trends student budgets can handle

With the changing leaves of fall come both the new academic year and new fashion trends. With magazines and websites telling us what’s hot and what’s not, it can be hard to decide what to wear at all. And with a student budget and some daring new trends, the Emerald takes a look at some of the top trends for this fall.

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On-campus museums offer opportunities for students

How many places in the world can you go to find some of the finest Asian art on display, recreations of primitive coastal settlements and the oldest pair of shoes in the entire world? One. And if you are a University student, you do not need to leave campus or …

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Eugene's own Medium Troy looks to conquer national music scene

Medium Troy band members Yonaton “Jojo” Ferraira and Jesse Ferraira recall the time when they were one of the opening bands for Lil Wayne at McArthur Court on October 6, 2007. News erupted all over the web that the rapper had been arrested the day before. During Medium Troy’s performance, …

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Oakshire, Oregon Daily Emerald collaborate for special craft beer

The Emerald is proud to announce its partnership with Oakshire Brewing to brew its first (and probably only) beer.

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Frozen yogurt fever sweeps Eugene

Each frozen yogurt shop has a different flavor. Whether its priority is being something new and fresh, health-conscious, or stable and consistent, University students have options, and those options continue to grow as frozen yogurt’s popularity grows.

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