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A builder of men: Running backs coach Gary Campbell embodies Oregon

He is the epitome of Oregon football — longevity, success, style and class. Running backs coach Gary Campbell has been mentoring tailbacks for the Oregon Ducks for 30 years now, making him the longest-tenured coach in program history, as well as the longest-tenured current coach in all the Football Bowl …

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Zone Read: Sellout streak in danger and uniforms revealed

As you watch the clock melt away the work week, Rob Moseley takes a look at why Autzen’s 82 game sellout streak could also be in jeopardy on September 1. There are about 5,000 tickets left for the contest against Arkansas State; Autzen’s official capacity is 54,000, so there’s work …

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Zone Read: Autzen Stadium and defining moments

Editor’s note: This week’s “Zone Read” posts are being done by incoming reporter Hayden Kim. First, a hat-tip to Felix Hernandez of the Seattle Mariners for throwing the first perfect game in Mariners’ history. It’s really too bad that he’ll be a Yankee soon. Back on the gridiron, Jeff Musall …

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20 defining moments Oregon football: #20, facility expansion

The first of 20 stories about key plays, moments and other aspects of Oregon football over the last 20 years focuses in on facility upgrades.

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3 rapes reported in 5 days near Stadium Park and Chase village apartments

Three separate rapes occurring over the past five days have been reported to the Eugene Police Department by an anonymous source.

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ColumnsSports

Malee: What I learned after ‘majoring’ in sports

I love sports for moments like these, for the brief escapes and binding connections they forge; I hate sports when they remind us of the most ugly human traits, when they hurt our souls more than they heal them.

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With Autzen Stadium undergoing redecoration, Oregon deals with altered practice routine during shortened week

The Ducks were barred from practicing inside Autzen Stadium while also dealing with an abbreviated preparation schedule.

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Video: Festival of Bands

The 33rd annual Festival of Bands, organized by the Oregon Marching Band, attracted 22 high school bands from Oregon, Washington and northern California. The competition is held each year at Autzen Stadium.

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News

Second-annual Race for the Cure raises awareness in Eugene

More than 300 breast cancer survivors and 6,000 racers flocked to Alton Baker Park Sunday morning to help raise money and awareness at Eugene’s second annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.

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New captioning system provides a voice for hearing impaired

For some students who have hearing difficulties, simple things many people take for granted, such as attending a sporting event, can be an isolating and frustrating experience.

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Understanding the unclear: The swamp of University of Oregon student ticketing, Pt. 1

Students at the University are becoming more and more frustrated with the e-ticketing system that is in place to distribute student tickets to University athletic events. The system does not seem to students as a “first come, first serve” system as it is said to be. Rather, it seems like a random acceptance of only certain computer IP addresses.

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Opinion

Top 10 reasons we wish we were still freshmen

Here’s the top ten reasons we wish we were still new and green.

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Arts & CultureBack to the Books

Top 10 things to accomplish to consider yourself a true Eugenean

There’s plenty of interesting things to do in Eugene, but until you do these, you’re not really a resident of the Emerald City.

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News

The trend of construction continues across campus

After the long-awaited completion of Matthew Knight Arena, returning University students should be used to construction crews hard at work across campus. First-year and transfer students will soon get used to it as well — it doesn’t look like the ubiquitous rumble will leave any time soon.

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Photos of the Week: April 25-May 1

First, the good news: it’s that time of the week again and we here at the Emerald photo desk have hand-picked another set of our favorite photos! Secondly, the great news: the Emerald photo blog has a new home, right here at the fantastically redesigned Oregon Daily Emerald website! So …

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