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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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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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10 things you’ll miss and won’t miss from college

In case you don’t remember it all, here are things you will miss, and won’t miss, about attending the University.

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Show your family the best of Eugene when they visit for graduation

Check out these spots to visit when your family comes to town for the weekend before commencement.

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Where are some University students are heading after graduation?

Five seniors describe what they are hoping to do after graduation.

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English majors can overcome the stereotype, use their degree in the job market

Reciting 17th-century poetry and and analyzing iambic pentameter will impress your professor, but may leave potential employers underwhelmed. So where do English majors go after college?

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Off the Record with Emily Schiola: Ben Eckstein

Off the Record with Emily Schiola is a weekly show where public figures have the chance to speak candidly with the Oregon Daily Emerald.

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Majors with the highest unemployment rate sound off about the future

With graduation just around the corner, many students are wondering and worrying about what their next move will be.

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