Arts & CultureBack to the BooksScene Guide

Back to the Books: Dorm Breakdown

With a wealth of dorm experiences — both good, bad and everywhere in between — Emerald staffers are here to pass on some wisdom. Check out the Emerald’s dorm by dorm breakdown of the university’s residence halls below. Global Scholars Hall College dorms are usually pretty barren. Not GSH. It …

READ MORE →
News

Global Scholars Hall’s Carnival of Nations celebrates cultural variety

@@checked all [email protected]@The University of Oregon Global Scholars Hall will host the Carnival of Nations celebration, showcasing Brazilian, Italian and French cultural traditions on Friday, Feb. 22. The event kicks off at 2 p.m. with demonstrations in Brazilian and Italian cooking. Spanish professor Robert Davis,@@[email protected]@ coordinator of the event, was …

READ MORE →
News

Ecuadorian filmmaker screens "La Llamada" in its US debut at Global Scholars Hall

The film “La Llamada” ​had its U.S. debut on Thursday night in the Global Scholars Hall. The picture, written and directed by Ecuadorian filmmaker David Nieto Wenzell,​ was screened as part of a series of events at the GSH geared toward building global awareness within the University of Oregon community.

READ MORE →
Arts & CultureFood

Global Scholars Hall gives students a better food experience

The newest dormitory on campus, the Global Scholars Hall, opened at the beginning of this term. The building houses living quarters for 450 students, as well as classrooms, presentation rooms and a large and colorful variety of food options. Tucked behind the law school, the bottom floor of the Global …

READ MORE →
News

Global Scholars Hall to have grand opening Oct. 30

The Global Scholars Hall will celebrate its grand opening this Tuesday.

READ MORE →
Opinion

Andersen: New residence hall just isn't enough

Both Bean and Hamilton are crumbling more and more each day and it’s only a matter of time before they fall apart like a house of cards. So what happens when the two most inhabited dorms, which lay claim to nearly half of the residence halls’ capacity, sink into the ground?

READ MORE →