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Stevens: Dealing with tragedy the wrong way

The last ten months has seen the Hip Hop community coping with the loss of three major artists. Rappers Lil Peep and XXXTentacion passed away earlier this year, but most recently, Pittsburgh rapper Mac Miller was found dead in his California home. The death was ruled an apparent overdose which …

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Controversial ordinance could close Kesey Square at night to force out homeless people

Eugene Police Department proposed an ordinance at the May 27 City Council meeting that would close Kesey Square between 11 p.m. and 6 a.m every day, to reduce vandalism. After another public comment session on June 9th, the council hasn’t made a decision yet. Kesey Square, technically named Broadway Plaza, is located at the …

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Opinion

Beach: Five ways that Miley Cyrus is doing it right

It’s no secret that Miley Cyrus has made a comeback this year. She has gone against the grain in almost every aspect of her career and, in turn, has gotten people talking and has resurrected her popularity. There are five main reasons why I believe Miley Cyrus is making the …

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CrimeNews

UOPD apprehends man on suspicion of bike violation, finds stolen bike and drugs

In the process of stopping a man for suspected bike violation Sunday morning, a University of Oregon police officer discovered the man had a stolen bike, stolen bike wheel, bolt cutters, marijuana, heroin and drug paraphernalia. The stop involved two public safety officers and a supervising police sergeant at 3:38 a.m. in …

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FootballSports

University of Oregon proposes changes to drug-testing policies for Oregon student-athletes

Friday afternoon, the University of Oregon released a list of proposed amendments and additions to its current drug-testing policies that could have far-reaching implications for Oregon student-athletes.

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