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UOPD responds to reports of potentially armed subject on 13th and Kincaid

UOPD responded to reports of a potentially armed subject on 13th and Kincaid last night. Students were advised to keep away from the area via email and text messages from the UO Alert System. A little after 9 PM last night, a caller informed police that a man pointed what …

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EventsNews

NALSA host 11th Annual Indigenous Peoples Reception

Hundreds of people gathered at the Many Nations Longhouse on Friday to attend the 11th annual Indigenous Peoples Reception as part of a four day conference put on by the Public Interest of Environmental Law Conference.The Native American Law Student Association hosted the reception. The four day conference brought speakers, activists, students and …

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Arts & CultureNightlife

10 do’s and don’ts of campus barhopping

Before you step out into the campus bar scene, check out this list of do’s and don’ts as a guide to conquering (and surviving) the night.  DO: Bring cash money An unfortunate situation that seasoned campus bar-hoppers can attest to are the countless times debit or credit cards have disappeared …

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Campus construction set to continue for several years

Students and faculty can expect the early morning soundtrack of birds chirping and the jarring sounds of heavy construction work for several more years. Lawmakers recently committed $37 million toward three large campus projects. This includes the construction of a new College and Careers building in the heart of campus, …

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New students flock to UO during 2015 IntroDUCKtion sessions

The Class of 2019 has flooded the University of Oregon campus this past month, with the final IntroDUCKtion sessions coming to a close the first week of August. A few things have changed since the IntroDUCKtion sessions of past, one of them being in response to the recent outbreak of …

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Researchers attempt to stop the spread of malaria

In order to stop the spread of malaria, researchers at the University of Oregon are studying the biting patterns of mosquitoes.

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Prescription drug abuse growing nationally and locally

The Lane County health department is hosting an event to counter prescription drug abuse, called a Prescription Drug Take Back event. It will take place Saturday, June 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

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Online classes less successful than their traditional counterparts

A study done by researchers at the University of California, Davis showed that face-to-face classes show a higher success rate than their online counterparts.

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The cost of college tuition

With the raising cost of college tuition, many UO students are left strugging to pay living expenses.

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Arts & CultureEvents

WKND Calendar: Stress Less Week, Yelawolf and puppies

Check out all the events that are happening this weekend in Eugene and Portland!

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UO to switch to digital bike registration to prevent bike theft

Due to the issue of bike theft and abandoned bikes, the University of Oregon has decided to switched to an online bike registration platform called Project 529.

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Arts & CultureEventsFilm & TV

Writer for ‘Battlestar Galactica’, ‘Star Trek’ and more heads to Knight Library

Television writer and producer David Wettle is coming to the University of Oregon. He will be giving a talk Wednesday at 6 p.m. in the Knight Library.

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Say goodbye to the Hardware Repair Shop

25 years after it started, the Hardware Repair Shop at the University of Oregon is closing, much to the disappointment of some students.

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Students gather at Collier lawn in remembrance of Nakba

Palestinian students gathered on Collier lawn to commerate Nakba. Nakba means catastrophe and it refers to the date that Israel was declared as independent, and many Palestinians lost their homes.

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AdministrationNews

Vice president and general counsel among six UO employees under investigation for handling of sexual assault case

Six University of Oregon employees are being investigated by the Oregon Bar and the Oregon Board of Psychologist Examiners because of alleged misconduct concerning the student who said she was raped by three men’s basketball players last March.

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Arts & CultureEventsTheater

The Spring Student Dance Concert soars as students produce and choreograph its routines

The University of Oregon Department of Dance has been putting together their Spring Student Dance Concert 2015 since fall term.

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Meningococcemia vaccinations reach over 10,000 students with first dose

After the meningococcemia outbreak occured on the UO campus a month ago, many students have been vaccinated.

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Environmental groups rally again for UO to divest from fossil fuels

On Tuesday, many students gathered around the EMU ampitheater to protest the UO Foundation’s investment in fossil fuels.

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Protesters damage graphic anti-abortion sign following heated debate on UO campus

Despite the graphic imagery, UOPD officials said that the anti-abortion activist was not violating any laws and was allowed to stay on campus.

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EMU renovation project strives torward goal of sustainability, aims to win local grant

The Erb Memorial Union hopes to achieve the highest ranking in sustainable buildings with its ongoing renovation project.

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Arts & Culture

The EMU bucket list: Get your Buzz beers, stand-up comedy and orange chicken

At the end of this term, the EMU will stop food services and the Buzz, Union Market and the Fishbowl Cafe will be gone forever. Here are some things to add to your bucket list before it closes forever.

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UO Chinese Students and Scholars Association celebrates 30th Anniversary

The 30th birthday celebration of the Chinese Students and Scholars Association is the biggest event they’ve thrown yet. Rather than lasting one night, this years’ recognition of Chinese culture lasts the entire week of Feb. 16th and culminates with a Chinese culture night on Feb. 20th. This week’s events ranged from Chinese …

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Popular culture mixer The Meet will be canceled during spring term

The Meet is being canceled during spring term due to construction in the EMU, and students like Pooria Manoochehri will feel its absence.

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Opinion

Owens: How much do you pass on campus and not notice?

Everyday we walk through our beautiful campus, but we don’t often stop to look around and smell the flowers. The University of Oregon has had many additions and renovations since 1876 when Deady Hall was the only building on campus. Over the years our campus has expanded again and again, …

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Coffee Hour connects students with different cultures

Is there a gap between international and domestic students? UO senior Anna Sanders believes sometimes there is. She said a reason for this is that students with different backgrounds sometimes don’t know how to approach each other. “I’ve noticed with my classmates that if we have an assignment where we …

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Gregory Mina helps lead UO mock trial team to nationals

When University of Oregon’s mock trial team qualified for championships, the whole team “stood up and screamed like maniacs,” UO junior Gregory Mina said. On January 24 and 25, 10 members, including Mina, will participate in the Winston Thomas Memorial Invitational at UC Berkley where they will compete against mock trial members …

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Residence halls, Spencer View apartments experience Internet outage

Students living in some University of Oregon residence halls and select units in Spencer View apartments experienced Internet outages over the weekend. Those affected received an email stating that wired Internet service went down at 5 p.m. on Sunday and that it was restored at 9 a.m. Monday. Although wireless should work …

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Disappointed by the loss, but community around campus still loves its Ducks

As University of Oregon student and Taylor’s bouncer Ross Beam changed the leaderboard at Taylor’s from “Ducks beat the Bucks” to “We still love our Ducks,” he refused to be pessimistic about the University of Oregon’s loss against Ohio State at the National Championship. “It was kind of heartbreaking,” Beam …

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UO among schools with highest level of drug and alcohol violations, survey says

The University of Oregon ranks 24th of 7,000 U.S. schools with the most on-campus drug busts and 49th for most alcohol violations, according to a 2013 analysis by Rehab.com. The report was analyzed with the latest data available from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Postsecondary Education for all …

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Arts & CultureFood

Review: Xoco creates some of Eugene’s most authentic and worthwhile Mexican food

Xoco is a food cart you can’t miss. The cart is bright orange with blue, yellow and green accents. With Uly’s only open late at night on the weekends, Xoco is a great fix for when you’re craving Mexican food when the sun’s out. The prices are reasonable and the …

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