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Photos: Thousands of graduating Ducks celebrate the 142nd University of Oregon Commencement

Monday’s University of Oregon graduation kicked off with the traditional Duck Grad Parade, where graduating Ducks celebrate and walk down Thirteenth Avenue to the commencement ceremony at Matthew Knight Arena each year. According to the University of Oregon, a total of 5,159 students graduated with degrees: 4,031 Bachelor’s degrees, 886 Master’s degrees, 125 Doctoral …

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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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FootballSports

Take a knee: Gary Campbell on using Royce Freeman and the fight for playing time

One thing became apparent by the end of Oregon’s 41-24 victory over Colorado last Saturday: this team wants to run the ball. With the quarterback situation in flux, the focus of the offense turned towards the running backs, giving sophomore starter Royce Freeman 27 carries against the Buffaloes. Freeman, who has racked …

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Opinion

Susman: Don’t let college pass you by

I’m a dreamer. I spend a disproportionate amount of time thinking about the future and what my life will be like years from now. I act like I’ve got it all together, but I’m secretly just as clueless as the rest of us. Growing up, I always wanted to be …

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Fraternity & Sorority LifeNews

Dutch Bros Coffee gives back to the community through UO Greek philanthropies

At Gamma Phi Beta’s Crescent Classic, sorority sisters handed out stacks of all-you-can-eat pancakes and attendees washed them down with Dutch Bros Rebels. Dutch Bros employees happily passed around free beverages while dancing to music Gamma Phi Beta blared. The sorority didn’t have to pay Dutch Bros for any of the drinks. Anyone familiar …

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Fraternity & Sorority LifeNews

Sorority legacies bring mothers and daughters closer

As generations pass, many women spend their college years immersed in the Greek Life experience. Often, those generations are mothers who have daughters who have grown up listening to them tell the enchanting stories of their college years spent with sisters. “Growing up, (my mom) always talked about her sorority …

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Arts & CultureSex & Relationships

UO students find ways to communicate with a secret crush through @UOCrush

Let’s be frank. These days if you want to hook up, there are numerous apps available to help you find a conquest. Click, click then bang. Pun intended. As of late, communication with romantic interests is done almost always through technology. But what if the person you have been secretly …

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MultimediaVideo

Video: Ducks reveal their sexy secrets

Matt Ehrlich has his way with people. Watch as UO students put out their sultry sex stories. Follow Will Cuddy on Twitter @cuddycancutit

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News

Interest rate on student loans could double, lose six-month grace period

More than $1 trillion. That’s the outstanding balance owed in U.S. student loans this year. Now the interest rate on some loans is set to double if congress doesn’t pass legislation.

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Archives

Study says 'freshman 15' is a big, fat myth

According to a recent study conducted by researchers from Ohio State University and the University of Michigan-Dearborn, Morgan and other freshman students are actually not at any higher risk of gaining weight than those people who choose not to attend college after high school. Moreover, they typically don’t even gain 15 pounds over their entire college career.

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