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Podcast: Sleepy Time with Sam and Andy

If you are having trouble going to sleep tonight, Sam and Andy are here to help tuck you in. In this episode, Emerald staffers Andy Field and Sam Sigman use their quietest, most soothing voices to help you get a good night’s rest. Sweet dreams. This episode was produced by …

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Video: Hey, Oregon – what are you listening to?

The Emerald is bringing back one of our most popular series for another episode. We walked around campus asking students what music they were listening to and here’s what they said.  Check out the other videos in this series here. 

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Weekly news wrap-up: Requiem for a Domino’s

Today is Saturday, June 3. Here are the three stories from this week that you need to know. In this weekly news wrap-up, Podcast Editor Emerson Malone and Senior News Editor Max Thornberry talk about the Unthank-ful new dormitory name; how UO is starting to address IT issues on campus …

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Podcast: Idea Industry: The art of the pitch

On this episode of the Idea Industry podcast, Emily and Franziska take you through the art of pitching the perfect ad campaign. This episode was produced by Franziska Monahan.

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Video: Ducks on Sinstas!

The Emerald hassles the campus populace about the dirty secret corners of Instagram. The Sinsta — a usually private Instagram that contains inappropriate photos — has become popular. Tell us what you think of the fad?

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Podcast: The Bachelorette episode 2 recap

This time on the Emerald Podcast Network Casey Miller and Sarah Urban discuss the second episode of Rachel Lindsay’s season of The Bachelorette. This week Rachel continued her search for love on two group dates and one one-on-one date. There were babies, basketballs, and Barkfests; but mostly there was a …

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Podcast: Weekly news wrap-up: HECC’s tuition decision

It’s Saturday, May 27. This week Alec Cowan, Emma Henderson and Franziska Monahan discuss the history and most recent development of one story: The HECC’s revote on the 10.6 percent tuition increase for the University of Oregon. This episode was produced by Alec Cowan and Franziska Monahan.

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Idea Industry: New York City recap

After a short hiatus while Franziska and Emily were off galavanting in the Big Apple, they’re back with a new episode of the Idea Industry podcast to give you the low down on their trip. They discuss some tips on how to prepare for informational interviews, what to expect when …

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Review: Portland’s Modest Mouse and Mattress bring an exquisite performance to the Cuthbert

Eugene was exposed to a gale-force show of extreme performances on Wednesday night at the Cuthbert Amphitheater, provided by two of Portland’s weirdest exports: Mattress and Modest Mouse. An exquisite Modest Mouse show was preceded by the enigmatic personality of Rex Marshall, who goes by the stage name Mattress. Marshall …

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Podcast: Bachelorette Season Premiere

In this week’s premiere Bachelorette podcast, Arts & Culture writers Casey Miller and Sarah Urban discuss the season premiere of The Bachelorette, featuring Rachel Lindsay as the Bachelorette. We talk about the crazy antics of the Bachelors trying to make a good impression, the Bachelor whose life motto is “Whaboom!”, …

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Podcast: Spotlight on Science: Scott Fisher

Spotlight on Science is a new series from the Emerald Podcast Network in which we bring in some of the members of the University of Oregon science community to explain what their research is in simple language we can all understand. In this episode, Franklin Lewis speaks with Scott Fisher …

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Podcast: Music festival survival guide

Days ahead of Sasquatch! Music Festival this weekend, let us remind you that the trials of attending a music festival are catastrophically underestimated. In this episode from the Emerald Podcast Network, podcast editor Emerson Malone, digital managing editor Meerah Powell and managing editor of Ethos Hannah Steinkopf-Frank discuss the best …

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Podcast: Weekly news wrap-up: SOJC budget, ASUO on tuition and Alex Tizon

It is Saturday, May 20. Here are this week’s biggest news stories. In this week’s Daily Emerald weekly news wrap-up, Alec Cowan, Max Thornberry and Franziska Monahan discuss the week’s biggest stories: The SOJC announced a budget plan for 2017-18 that will save approximately $500,000; the HECC denied UO’s 10.6 percent increase …

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Podcast: Troy Campbell on why Disneyland is designed the way it is (Vol. 2)

The convoluted design of the Disneyland experience is explained in this episode from the Emerald Podcast Network. This is part two of Emerald writer Dana Alston’s conversation with University of Oregon marketing professor and former Disney Imagineer Troy Campbell. Listen to part one — in which Dana and Troy discuss …

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Podcast: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and the Marvel Cinematic Universe

In this first part of a two-volume podcast, Daily Emerald film critic Dana Alston joins UO professor Troy Campbell to discuss Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. Professor Campbell, a former Disney Imagineer, also offers insight into the goals and future of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Podcast: Weekly news wrap-up: Tuition hike begone!

Today is Saturday, May 13. Here are the biggest stories from this week: the proposed 10.6-percent tuition hike was voted down in Salem; the four finalists for the renaming of Cedar Hall (formerly Dunn Hall) have been announced; and the Portland Senior Experience has been suspended for the School of …

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