The Head and The Heart performed Tuesday night to a packed and excited audience at Wow Hall. The group formed in the Summer of 2009 and self-released their first album a year later in June 2010. Here are a few frames from their performance at Wow Hall.
The Eugene community came together this Saturday to join the recent Occupy Wall Street movement in showing their desire and demand for change in our society. The rally, titled Day of Rage, showcased the opinions of musicians, poets, professors, students, activists, veterans and community members. This video includes the words …
A week long birthday party ended with a bang on Friday night as the University’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community rang in National Coming Out Week, turning 17 this year on the Oregon campus with a triumphant celebration of individuality and more importantly, family.
The Oregon Ducks extended their home winning streak to 20 games with a 41 – 27 win over the Arizona State Sun Devils this Saturday night.
ESPN’s College GameDay broadcast live from the University of Oregon campus early Saturday morning. With some students waiting more than 10 hours to secure a spot near the front of the stage, the Memorial Quad exploded with Oregon fans, some Arizona State fans and a scattering of Washington State supporters when the program went on the air.
ESPN’s College GameDay opened up its gates to a dedicated crowd at one a.m. Saturday for the six a.m. broadcast of the show. Aiming to avoid rushes like in previous years, Crowd Management Services (CMS) allowed only a few students in at a time, patting them down and removing any forbidden items. People from the front to the back of the crowd vied to be the first ones through the gate, which caused CMS to send workers to hold back gates. Although most of the crowd was enthusiastic about the show, there were many complaints that CMS was only allowing signs, keys, wallets and cell phones through the gates.
On Friday evening, at Matt Knight Arena, the men’s and women’s basketball teams came out for the annual Matt Knight Madness event. Both team’s were introduced to Oregon fans as well as ran drills and scrimmages. The event’s signature piece, a dunk contest between various players on the men’s team, …
Local Eugene brewery Oakshire and The Oregon Daily Emerald teamed up to create a hoppy amber ale called, “Hop Off the Press.” Though Oakshire Brewmaster Matt Van Wyk preferred the name, “Unfiltered Truth,” Eugene residents chose the former. Be prepared for Matt’s special herb ingredients that will surely …
Approximately 200 protesters took to the streets on Thursday, October 13, 2011, as Eugene’s brand of the Occupy Wall Street movement gathered in front of Bank of America on E 11th Ave. The demonstrators held signs and chanted expressing their discontent with the current state of the country’s distribution of wealth and consolidation of power.
Droves of students stopped to watch workers build the set of ESPN College GameDay on the Memorial Quad. Set up began early this morning while ESPN personalities including Kirk Herbstreit and Erin Andrews arrive on campus Friday to begin broadcasting segments for SportsCenter.
Snow season is coming, and movies to get you set will be showing around campus and in the Eugene community during the next months.
Students working and studying late Wednesday evening at the Erb Memorial Union were interrupted when the fire alarm went off at approximately 11:00. About four DPS vehicles and a fire truck responded to the alarm which was accidentally triggered by a worker while stacking chairs according to a DPS officer.
Amanda Barker reviews the newly released movie, “The Ides of March” starring George Clooney, Ryan Gosling, Paul Giamatti, and Philip Seymour Hoffman. Find the full article here: https://dailyemerald.com/2011/10/10/the-ides-of-march-means-melodrama-for-politicians/ Watch more another Emerald Review next Thursday.
Bachelor of Fine Arts student Sarah Refvem lives off paint. Although selling her paintings may not always pay the bills, painting allows for a much more important personal release for her. “I don’t think I could ever stop painting,” said Refvem. Her abstract and large paintings have big personalities and with a new showing at the WOW Hall Lobby Art Gallery open through October, Refvem’s work is becoming a new staple on the Eugene art scene.
University campus was caught in a brief fall rainstorm early Monday morning causing campus to take shelter.
With the Friday night loss to Cal still lingering in Matt Knight Arena, hopes were high for a win against Stanford Saturday night. After going one for one in the first two games, Oregon eventually fell to Stanford 1-3 (22-25, 25-20, 25-21, 25-23) for a second loss at home this weekend.
The University of Oregon’s club cycling team kicked off a new season today with their inaugural ride. The group, led by Team Coordinator, Stephen Kocher, rode approximately 35 miles around the Eugene area.
The packed house cheering on the No. 15 Oregon Ducks volleyball team left disappointed after the No. 4 California Golden Bears shut down the Ducks winning in straight sets, 25-23, 25-22, 25-12.
After a tenuous first half after which No. 9 Oregon went into the locker room trailing Cal 15-14, the Ducks ran roughshod over the Bears in the second half, scoring 29 unanswered points to win 43-15 Thursday night at Autzen Stadium. The game was marred by a fourth quarter injury …
An Emerald Review of the newly released movie 50/50, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Seth Rogen. A full review of the movie, by Kaitie Todd, can be found here https://dailyemerald.com/2011/10/05/5050-finds-the-right-mix-between-serious-and-funny/ Check back every Thursday for new reviews
The ASUO Street Faire will run through Friday, attracting vendors and students to 13th street for food and crafts.
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http://youtu.be/gnAddlLCkmc?hd=1 The Oregon 2020 Initiative is a proposal to renovate and expand the EMU and the Student Recreation Center. With a referendum coming this November, the student body will have the ability to vote on the proposal. Highlights of the SRC renovation include 110,000 square feet of new space, an …