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Lewis: Lessons for a future Oregonian from a former Californian

As you prepare for your first year away from home, you must be wondering what Oregon is really like. You have visited campus, participated in IntroDUCKtion and bought your first Duck shirt, but maybe you’re still curious what to expect. Many have walked in your shoes before, and the Emerald …

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UO grad Ryan Murff finds success in the Bay Area restaurant business with Cafe Eugene

ALBANY, Calif. — Clam chowder is often grouped with New England-area food staples. But to Ryan Murff, owner and bar manager of Cafe Eugene in Albany, California, a warm bowl of chowder encapsulates Pacific Northwest cuisine. “Clam Chowder was such a large part of my childhood,” Murff said. Growing up in …

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Men's BasketballSports

Oregon looks to complete sweep against California on the road

The last time Oregon men’s basketball played California, it was coming off a crushing road defeat to Oregon State. In their Pac-12 opener, the Ducks fell 70-57 to their in-state rivals in convincing fashion. Looking back now, that game served as a wake up call. “Losing to Oregon State was pretty …

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Oregon looks to bounce back against talent-stacked California

Like countless others across the country, the Oregon men’s basketball team circled around a TV Monday night and watched the season’s best college game this season. No. 1 Kansas downed No. 2 Oklahoma 109-106 in triple overtime. Some of the nation’s best – Buddy Hield (career-high 46 points), Perry Ellis (27), Wayne Selden …

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Mark Helfrich looks forward to Cal, breaks down future of replays

After last Thursday’s 61-55 win over Arizona State in triple overtime, Mark Helfrich and the Ducks turn their attention to Cal. Helfrich spoke to the media on Sunday in his weekly Sunday teleconference. What stood out to you after watching the game on film? A couple huge plays on special …

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How to go home to the California drought

As the last weeks of the term slowly begin to creep into sight and that itch for summer vacation starts to become unbearable, there is only one thing clouding my already stressed-out mind. I get to go home. I get to go home to California. The only problem is that …

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SportsWomen's Tennis

Oregon women’s tennis excels at Bulldog Classic, finish tournament 21-8

This Halloween weekend, the Oregon women’s tennis team headed down to Fresno, California for the Bulldog Classic to participate in its last tournament of the fall. The Ducks ended the meet 20-8 overall and were 10-3 the first day and 11-5 during the second day. The typically three-day competition was …

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Emerald Quick Hits: Oregon football heads to Levi Stadium, men’s basketball prepares for upcoming season

– The Oregon men’s basketball just made their appearance at the yearly Pac-12 Media Day. Dana Altman and Joseph Young had the following to say. – When the Oregon football team takes the field against California tonight, you’ll likely see Charles Nelson donning his No. 6 jersey on special teams. …

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Low water levels cause small hazards for Shasta goers

It’s a classic Shasta problem: puddles of congealed mud that coat every surface of the boat. The clean boats that pull off the dock at the beginning of the weekend end up brown and slippery within hours — and this year it will be even worse. Due to low water …

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Photos: Oregon Men’s Basketball — Ducks fall to the UCLA Bruins 63-82 in second round of Pac-12 Tournament

The Oregon men’s basketball team (23-8, 10-8 in Pac-12) take on the UCLA Bruins (23-8, 12-6 in Pac-12) in their second game of the Pac-12 tournament at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on March 13. The Ducks and Bruins split the season series 1-1, with the Ducks picking up a …

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Softball

Oregon softball: Traveling across the country has its ups and downs for the Ducks

Any time a team plays back-to-back weekends on the road it can be rough. For Oregon softball, playing back-to-back weekends and traveling across the country to find nice weather is just part of the routine. “A lot of the traveling has to do with weather and it’s hard to schedule …

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Photos: Oregon Men’s Basketball — No. 17 Ducks fall to the California Bears 96-83

The No. 17 Oregon Ducks lose 96-83 in their PAC12 home opener against the California Golden Bears at Matthew Knight Arena Thursday, Jan. 9, 2014. The Ducks were looking to bounce back after suffering a 91-100 loss against Colorado on Jan. 5 in their first conference game of the season. …

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How the UO became dependent on out-of-state students

The number of students at Oregon with residency has been flat under 14,000 for the last six years. The huge growth at the UO over the last five years has come entirely from how many nonresidents are admitted every year. One result has been that nonresident tuition has become a significant source of income for the University. The trend raises questions about Oregon’s academic mission as a public university.

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Oregon voter registration due Tuesday

Voter registration deadlines for Oregon, Washington and California are close.

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Photos: No. 10 Oregon Baseball defeats Cal 3-2

Sunny skies and the annual spring football game brought a record breaking crowd out to PK Park — with 3,892 in attendance, the most for Oregon Baseball at PK Park — as the no. 10 Ducks took on the California Golden Bears. Oregon broke away from a 2-2 tie in the bottom of the seventh with a 2-out RBI single to left field by Aaron Payne driving in senior Brett Hambright for the 3-2 win.

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