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Architecture students present their final projects after 10 weeks of work

Architecture students are spending the final days of dead week presenting their term projects in Lawrence Hall. Throughout winter term, these students worked on projects for a variety of locations. Landscape architecture students came up with ideas for redesigning the southeast entrance to campus near Global Scholars Hall.

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The Feminist Museum brings feminism to life on campus

Art comes in all forms to the University of Oregon, but few exhibits have as direct of a mission statement as the Object/Subject exhibition currently being put on by the Feminist Museum. Now, there are few things I enjoy more frequently than lively discussions about feminism with intelligent people, but …

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Campus Christian group offers free coffee — no strings attached

Taylor [email protected]@[email protected]@ thought she knew all about Christian ministry groups. They were a weird, pushy, hypocritical and condemning inside group — something that she had no desire to participate in. At least, that’s what she thought before she started college at the University of Oregon and discovered a network of …

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Suicide awareness film comes to campus — with a twist

A screening of “Don’t Change the Subject” will be shown Thursday night at 7 p.m. in Lawrence Hall room 177.

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University student bares all for art show

University student Garrett Kovacs started week eight butt-naked in a barren half of the Laverne Krause Gallery.

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