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Podcast: ASUO 2016 Vice Presidential Election Debate

Listen to the Daily Emerald’s annual ASUO Vice Presidential Election Debate moderated by Tran Nguyen in full. The candidates who participated in this debate included: Zach Lusby, Internal VP for I’m With UO Tori Ganahl, External VP for One Oregon Adam Sharf, Internal VP for One Oregon Sophie Albanis, External …

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Podcast: ASUO 2016 Presidential Election Debate

Listen to the Emerald’s annual ASUO presidential election debate moderated by Tran Nguyen. Key topics discussed in this debate include bringing Uber back to campus, One Oregon’s campaign spending and tuition transparency. The candidates who participated in this debate included: Quinn Haaga for I’m With UO Zachary Rentschler for One …

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Here’s what you missed at the ASUO debate tonight

Today the Emerald hosted an ASUO debate featuring the vice presidents and presidents from I’m with UO, One Oregon and Duck Squad. Candidates from each slate had the opportunity to discuss their platform and respond to questions about their campaign. Here are some highlights of the debate: Safe Ride, DDS …

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Podcast: Jamie and Meerah pick songs about spring, ep. 4

In this episode of Jamie Perry and Meerah Powell’s as-of-yet-untitled podcast, they pick songs about springtime, blended with the melancholy of finals week, into one emotionally charged playlist. As Perry describes it, “It’s a nice balance between hopefulness and hopelessness.” Here’s the playlist. Listen to episode four below. The Bilinda …

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Podcast: Jamie and Meerah pick the tunes, ep. 3

How’s your week going? Never-ending midterms? Bottomless workload? Does everything hurt and you’re dying? Remain calm. Jamie and Meerah are back. In this third installment, Jamie and Meerah pick some favorite tunes that have been on heavy rotation as of late to help them get through the rough, glacially paced weeks …

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Podcast: Jamie and Meerah pick some of their favorite Valentine’s Day songs

With the stress of week six weighing down, Emerald staffers Jamie Perry and Meerah Powell picked their favorite love and relationship-themed songs for the upcoming Valentine’s Day weekend, though don’t expect them to be heartfelt ballads. Warning: If you’re looking for a playlist to listen to while you peer into …

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Podcast: Jamie and Meerah Pick the Best Music of 2015

Listen to the first episode of Emerald staffers Jamie Perry and Meerah Powell’s biweekly music podcast below, in which Perry and Powell pick a few of their favorite tracks from 2015. “The Prick” – Dogs on Acid “Brazos River” – Lomelda “Something Soon” – Car Seat Headrest “Burn Masculinity” – …

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Podcast: The 2015 Oscar nominations are, indeed, #sowhite

The general consensus of what reigned supreme in 2015 cinema was declared on Jan. 15 with the 88th annual Academy Award nominations. That same week, a few of us at the Emerald discussed what surprises (or lack thereof) and diversity (or lack thereof) was boasted throughout the Oscar nominations. The …

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Weekly Pond(er): Paris climate talks, American gun laws, UO campus crimes

Baby names inspired by Instagram filters and “Empire,” Paris climate talks, San Bernardino massacre, American gun laws, UO campus crimes

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Weekly Pond(er)

Quack, gobble, a little pigskin, Whole Foods in Eugene, course evaluations, UN Climate Change Conference and the NSA!

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Weekly Pond(er)

Week 8 news round-up on Syrian refugees, student rallies, President Schill and Chipotle!

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Podcast: Daniel and Craig Review the New Daniel Craig Movie: ‘Spectre’

Arts and culture editors Daniel Bromfield and Craig Wright tell you whether ‘Spectre’ is worth your time in this first installment of the Emerald podcast “Daniel and Craig Review the New Daniel Craig Movie.”

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Oregon’s yellow brick pathway: PathwayOregon is paying for more low-income students than ever

Since 2008, PathwayOregon has paid for hundreds of low-income students to go to school. It’s about to start paying for many more.

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Coffee Hour podcast: meet Ellen Hovde

Coffee Hour is a longstanding UO tradition where students in the international community socialize and share stories. This year the International Student Association hosts Coffee Hour from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Fridays in the LLC Performance Center.

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Pirzad: Here’s a tip, stop tipping in restaurants.

Tipping has been engrained into the U.S. culture for decades now. With a number of restaurants around the country implementing a no-tipping policy, change is beginning to enter many of our eateries, but not in coin form.

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Coffee Hour: meet Joseph Harshman

Coffee Hour is a longstanding UO tradition where students in the international community socialize and share stories. This year the International Student Association hosts Coffee Hour from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Fridays in the LLC Performance Center.

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International students are paying even more as UO’s healthcare goes up

International students pay more than three times what in-state students pay for tuition. With this year’s increase in health insurance fees, on top of the price of tuition, these individuals from abroad are struggling financially to complete their studies in the U.S.

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Craig Hickman, Kid Pix creator and UO professor, changed your childhood and your college

UO digital arts professor and Kid Pix creator Craig Hickman discusses his background in computer programming, his new book “Oxide,” and how he accidentally drew the reputation of being Satan’s love child.

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UOPD is paying $755,000 to an officer and former student. Why?

Last month, a jury awarded James Cleavenger $755,000 in damages in a lawsuit he brought against the University of Oregon Police Department. The jury found that the UOPD retaliated against Cleavenger for whistleblowing, wrongfully terminating him and attempting to destroy any further carrier opportunities he could have in law enforcement.

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Coffee Hour: meet Masaru Kiyota

The Coffee Hour podcast highlights international students at the University of Oregon.

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A mass shooting through eyes of UCC alumni at University of Oregon

Lauren Garetto, Noah McGraw and Jack Heffernan each contributed to this post. David Kildal, an Umpqua Community College alumnus, was about to leave for a 12 p.m. class at the University of Oregon when he heard about the shooting. Sitting in his class, not knowing if his community was safe, …

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Overtime: Talking about Oregon’s 62-20 loss and what to expect moving forward

  Associate sports editor Kenny Jacoby and staff writer Will Denner were in the press box during Oregon’s 62-20 loss to Utah last week. In the first installment of “Overtime” for the new school year, senior sports editor Justin Wise talks with the two about their interpretations of the game …

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Drinking in the red: Here’s how UO is coping with the week one drinking wave

You’re most likely to see people like this during the first six to eight weeks of school. A recent Oregon law means you can get them to safety without risking an MIP.

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Double Takes: Ryan Adams reimagines Taylor Swift’s ‘1989’

Ryan Adams has recorded a no-nonsense interpretation of Taylor Swift’s smash hit 1989. The result is a beautiful and often somber crossover.

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Unsolicited Opinions with Bayley Sandy: ‘Dad Bod’

Emerald opinion editor Bayley Sandy sat down with news reporter Alex Wallachy and resident pop culture enthusiast Brooke Barker to discuss one of pop cultures most pressing issues: the dad bod. *Warning, explicit language ahead*  

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The Weekly Show with Alex and Dahlia: a presidential podcast

In this week’s episode of the Weekly Show, hosts Dahlia Bazzaz and Alexandra Wallachy discuss the background, details, and significance of both the election of next year’s ASUO president Helena Schlegel and the selection of the University of Oregon’s next president, Michael Schill. Here are the links to the stories …

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The Weekly Show with Alex and Dahlia, Ep. 5: protests and the first amendment at UO

This week on The Weekly show, Alex and Dahlia talk about the abortion protest on UO’s campus plus the excitement of Zoolander 2.

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The Weekly Show with Alex and Dahlia, Ep. 4: UO increases tuition, student protests

Going to the University of Oregon just became a little more expensive. This week on The Weekly Show with Alex and Dahlia, co-hosts and head news correspondents Alexandra Wallachy and Dahlia Bazzaz discuss Thursday’s Board of Trustees meeting – during which trustees voted to raise the cost of tuition – and …

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