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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Although most renovation around the University has improved buildings and updated classrooms, the newest work on Alder Street has produced a lot of confusion. With the addition of a two-way bike lane and middle-of-the-road parking on the one-way street, drivers have responded with erratic and illegal driving maneuvers.
Japanese metal band Melt Banana visited Eugene’s WOW Hall on Saturday, October 1, 2011. They played a very fun, energetic show matching their fast paced drums and guitar riffs with the staccato lyrics of singer, Yako.
The Oregon Cross Country team’s first and only home meet at the Springfield Country Club ended with strong individual performances on both sides, but with a mixed overall team showing.
15th Street was lined with students on their way to Fred Meyer for a night of shopping, discounts and free entertainment at Freebies at Freddy’s. Fred Meyer dedicates one night a year entirely to University of Oregon students in order to outfit them for the upcoming school year. Here are …
The Ducks fall to Utah in their Pac-12 opener Friday, September 23 in front of a Papé Field record 1,207 fans. After a hot start to the season, the Oregon soccer team seems to have cooled down, giving up the match at home to the Pac-12 newcomers, the Utes.
The Oregon soccer team fell to Florida International University (FIU) in their final pre-season game on Sunday, September 18. The game was the second of two in the Oregon State University tournament, where the Ducks went 1-1, with a 2-1 win against UC Davis on Friday, and 2-1 loss to FIU on Sunday.
Eugene Police Department (EPD) officers arrested a man after responding to reports of a fight outside of White Bird Clinic-Crisis Service Center on 12th Avenue and Mill Street at around 8:15 p.m. on Friday.
The #16 ranked Oregon Ducks volleyball team cruised to an easy victory over the Cal Poly Mustangs at Matt Knight Arena on Tuesday evening — winning in straight sets, 25-19, 25-22 and 25-17.
The Eugene Emeralds gave a last fight in a close game against the Vancouver Canadians in the Northwest League Playoffs on Wednesday night. For more information on the game read Kenny Ocker’s write-up.
The Eugene Emeralds gave up eight runs in the sixth inning to lose the second of their three game playoff series against the Vancouver Canadians on Tuesday night.
The night ended in bitter disappointment for the #3-ranked Oregon Ducks as they failed to replicate last year’s perfect regular season record by starting their 2011-2012 schedule off with a loss to the #4-ranked LSU Tigers.