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Do student groups really boost your resume?

Job and internship searching can be an overwhelming experience, but it is also an exciting way to learn who you are as you start to get more involved in activities on and around campus. “Students who have meaningful and relevant experiences are more successful in finding jobs and internships,” Courtney …

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What does it take to start your own business? Light Dance can tell you.

Dylan Garrett is only a year and a half out of college, and he wants to bridge the gap that exists between students at the University of Oregon and local businesses. Garrett has accomplished this by creating a close relationship between his own business and the Entrepreneur Club and the …

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Video: Duck Connect is the Career Center’s most useful new tool

Duck Connect is a new customizable search tool for students to connect with potential employers. Launched by the Career Center in June, the new system replaces the UO-JobLink that allowed students to search for jobs and internships. Duck Connect includes more features than UO JobLink had, making it easier for …

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UO receives $10 million to fund College of Arts and Sciences’ building

The College of Arts and Sciences is $10 million closer to having its own home. The university’s Around the O blog announced the donation from Eugene philanthropists Willie and Don Tykeson on Wednesday afternoon. The college is responsible for 49 of the university’s undergraduate programs and nearly 60 percent of undergraduate degrees every …

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Winter term resolutions and how to keep them

It’s a new year and a new term — and with that comes the chance to start twice anew with your resolutions and set the tone for the rest of the year. Whether the focus be academic, career-oriented, organizational or personal, resolutions can be made or broken in these ten weeks of school.

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