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City Council to meet on proposed EmX expansion

The Eugene City Council will meet Wednesday for a work session on the proposed EmX expansion to West 11th Avenue. The ASUO has repeatedly backed the expansion, citing the daily use of EmX by University students. “(ASUO) expresses support for the West Eugene EmX Extension and urges the Eugene City …

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OSA, ASUO team up to register University students to vote

The Oregon Student Association registered 1,430 students in Oregon to vote Monday, according to an OSA press release.

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ArchivesFootballSports

Oregon freshmen leave Arkansas State tickets unclaimed (Update: Email was sent)

Normally gone in minutes, the student allotment of tickets for Saturday’s football game against Arkansas State was not fully exhausted Sunday thanks to the indeterminate number unspoken for by freshmen students. Looks like the Freshman have given a gift to their fellow students. They didn’t claim their tickets, so if …

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ASUO Summer Senate frustrated with student groups not understanding fiscal years

Frustration was a common theme at Thursday’s ASUO Summer Senate because several senators were upset that some student groups were asking Senate to fix issues that should have been planned for.

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News

New efforts for winning students over to EMU expansion move forward

Sustainability and unmet student needs propel efforts to get EMU expansion funded.

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OpinionUncategorized

Bains: A modest proposal for fixing student transportation over the summer

When the Safe Ride and Designated Driver Shuttle services get crowded and their lines busy, a 40-minute trudge in the dark of Autzen’s shadow shouldn’t be the only remaining option.

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ArchivesNews

Presidential finalist Michael Gottfredson meets with media

Looking in and outside of Oregon for funding solutions is one of his goals.

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Opinion

Top 10 reasons this year was awesome

For all the arguing we do about University, city and state policy, there have actually been a few solid reasons making this year awesome. Here are some of the bigger ones that made this up-and-down year a little more ‘up.’

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Opinion

Saldana: Why I hate the University of Oregon

Perhaps by the time my kids are college-aged the University will be different and will have reached its full potential. Until then, I’ll just look at my student debt total, shed a single tear, put my feet up and reassure myself it was worth it. Right?

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Letters to the EditorOpinion

Letter: Opportunities for students to get involved in higher education issues

Whether we have five minutes per year or five hours per week to spend helping to address the problem, there are ways we can all make a difference.

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Opinion

Editorial: Fighting ‘Fight Club’ by making the process more transparent

Where do we move from the knowledge of the existence of something like Fight Club? As the initial story noted, this is something joked about by those on the periphery of the ASUO for ages.

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Opinion

Bouchat: Checking the slang of the acronym is worth it

Occasionally groups will latch onto an acronym or initialism for reasons beyond its representation of the group. When the acronym brings to mind messages other than that of the group it supposedly represents, it can be easy to take that group less seriously.

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ArchivesNewsPolitics

Rumored ‘Fight Club’ allegedly helps OSA-approved presidential candidates win ASUO elections

For years, rumors have circulated throughout the ASUO about something some members have deemed “Fight Club.”

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Photos: Kaitlyn Lange attempts to formally reprimand Katie Taylor

Senator Kaitlyn Lange attempted to censure ASUO Vice President Katie Taylor. See the heated exchange here.

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Letters to the EditorOpinion

Letter: Campus leaders appreciate ASUO Executive’s work this year

This year has been a turbulent one for the ASUO and for the University as a whole. As campus leaders, we deeply value the work that the ASUO Executive has done for students this year.

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Opinion

Saldana: ASUO internship class needs less OSA

Having seen instances when a debates turn ugly and personal it then left me utterly speechless when Sen. Lamar Wise claimed that people who had “…problems with the class (they) must be fabricated.”

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News

Use of Club Sports’ increased funds raises questions

A 100-percent increase in the Club Sports Supplemental Funds may not have been allocated fairly among teams, and there are differing opinions on the use of that money during the rest of the fiscal year.

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Opinion

Editorial: Decision to keep Eckstein was the best one based on the evidence provided

Based on the facts the Con Court provided in its ruling, we side with its decision.

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Opinion

Ocker: If I ran the ASUO

A dearth of unsuccessful campaign promises and the more recent over-the-top drama has so far plagued my years at the University.

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Letters to the EditorOpinion

Letter: Students running campus organizations should be seeking greater involvement

As a transfer student, understanding and networking with the executive offices at the ASUO was not only convoluted but also secretive.

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NewsPolitics

Constitution Court deliberates removal of ASUO President Ben Eckstein

Constitutional Court will decide by Friday whether to remove ASUO President Ben Eckstein and Vice President Katie Taylor.

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University students react to proposed ordinance to control parties

Proposed harsh fines for excessive partying upset some students.

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Grievance filed against candidate who was involved in phishing incidents

Campaign manager for We are Oregon Blake Sedgley filed a grievance to take independent candidate and potential suspect in phishing scam Manny Garcia off the ballot.

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ASUO Rules Committee meets to discuss nonfulfillment

The ASUO Rules Committee met Monday night to discuss the issue of nonfulfillment of duties by senators in regards to both the wording of the current text in the Green Tape Notebook, and the procedure for reprimand.

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ASUO Sen. Ben Rudin appeals grievance ruling on Katie and Alex campaign

ASUO Sen. Ben Rudin sent an email to Constitutional Court Chief Justice Nick Schultz and associate justices Monday afternoon to appeal a ruling by the Elections Board regarding a grievance Rudin filed last week against the Katie and Alex campaign.

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Opinion

Editorial: ASUO Constitutional Court decision doesn’t clean the ASUO elections of phishing scam

Resetting the executive primary was the most ethical move Con Court could make, but there is one thing that throws their entire decision off. Though the executive primaries were restarted, the senatorial primaries (with victors from the Katie and Alex campaign, including a certain Manny Garcia) will not be revoted.

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Opinion

Editorial: ASUO Constitutional Court decision doesn't clean the ASUO elections of phishing scam

Resetting the executive primary was the most ethical move Con Court could make, but there is one thing that throws their entire decision off. Though the executive primaries were restarted, the senatorial primaries (with victors from the Katie and Alex campaign, including a certain Manny Garcia) will not be revoted.

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CrimeNews

Members of Katie and Alex campaign at risk of misdemeanor or felony charges

Alleged hackers from the Katie and Alex campaign could potentially face serious criminal charges.

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NewsPolitics

ASUO wins back overcharged funds, plans on returning it to students

ASUO President Ben Eckstein confirmed the return of funds that were taken when the University administration overcharged the ASUO on their assessment rate. Eckstein discovered they were being overcharged while working to change the assessment rate overall.

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