Arts & Culture

Five student discounts to prevent breaking the bank

It’s no secret that a college education is expensive — the University of Oregon estimates the one-year cost for an out of state resident to be $49,392. The idea is that students will earn that money back through the jobs they acquire after college, but the financial road through higher …

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Fraternity & Sorority LifeNews

Is Fraternity and Sorority Life worth the cost?

Being a “broke college student” is a well-known title for most young adults going to school. But what about the thousands of members that take on additional costs by being involved with Fraternity and Sorority Life? According to the Fraternity and Sorority Life website, for the 2012-2013 year the per …

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Opinion

Spotify has a “blank space” and it’s caused by Taylor Swift

To Spotify or not to Spotify? That is the question that music artists are facing today. Taylor Swift responded to this question in a big way on Nov. 3 by removing her entire music catalog from Spotify. Though she has gained significant attention from her choice, she is not the …

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News

Sustainability Fund encourages student projects

Great ideas are generated daily, but action upon those ideas are not. If this is a bit too common for you, and you wish to improve the campus and community, look into the Student Sustainability Fund and receive a grant to make those ideas a reality. The Student Sustainability Fund …

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ASUONews

UO Administration and ASUO Constitution Court deny OSPIRG’s four proposed ballots for the 2014 spring election

The University of Oregon Administration made its recommendation on March 11 to not place all four of OSPIRG’s proposals on the spring election ballot. The ASUO Constitution Court agrees with the administration’s ruling and will not put the proposals on the ballot. The four ballot measures were sent to the …

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News

FAFSA opened for students to apply for the 2014-15 school year

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is now open for students for the 2014-15 school year. The application opened Jan. 1 and students have until June 30, 2015 to apply. Students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible in order to take advantage of first-come, first-served financial aid. According …

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ArchivesFraternity & Sorority Life

Greek: We want your money

Greek Life = money. It seems many people look down on the Greek community for this reason, that it’s ridiculously expensive to be part of such a “cult.” However, with fees come even the smallest perks (including toilet paper and Kleenex) that most people don’t think about. A member of …

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