Opinion

Owens: Making a gingerbread house is a true holiday experience

The holiday season is a joyful time filled with days off from school and work, religious ceremonies and, best of all, sugary food. If you are finding it hard to get into the holiday spirit this year, then I suggest you take some time with family or friends to make …

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HousingSpecial Sections

Location, utility bills are important factors when finding a four-bedroom house

Students face many trade-offs when it comes to choosing a house that won’t break the bank but also fits their needs. Fortunately for students, there are many four-bedroom houses in a range of prices, from low to high.

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What you get for a two-bedroom apartment

As the alarm clock strikes 7:45 a.m., University senior Rachelle Cochran is just waking up for her 8 a.m. class. For most students, the realization that class starts in 15 minutes and you’re still in your pajamas would result in panic and, let’s be honest, a lot of cursing. Not …

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You live where? Finding the right bus to get to class

University senior Chelsea Fung stands on an EmX platform in West Eugene, waiting for the bus to take her to the University, something she does every day. “I like the EmX transportation,” Fung said. “If I didn’t have it, I don’t know what I would do. I can get across …

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Video: 19th & Emerald Tear Down

Houses located on the block of 19th and Emerald are in the process of being demolished and replaced by a brand new apartment complex. University of Oregon students share their dismay over the loss of some of the campus’ oldest houses and the vast increase of apartment buildings on campus.

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