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SASS cuts back on hours due to shortage of employees

The Sexual Assault Support Services of Lane County, a confidential advocacy and outreach center for survivors of sexual violence, are having to cut back their face time with survivors at the University of Oregon. Due to two employees quitting recently, the remaining six employees have had to cut back their hours …

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UO sees its responsibility of helping students in off-campus housing

When the smell of smoke drifted into her apartment, Haley Hash knew that she needed to react quickly. An overloaded electrical outlet sparked and caught fire in an apartment at the Campus Twins — a Von Klein-managed property on East 14th Avenue. That apartment was just two rooms down from where Hash, a …

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Friday’s snowball fight garners international media attention

Video footage that captured students pelting snowballs at former University of Oregon professor Sherwin Simmons last Friday has not only gone viral on popular social media sites such as YouTube and Reddit but has also caught the attention of media outlets around the country. As of Sunday, articles regarding the …

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Symposium highlights undergraduate achievement, research

Undergraduate students show off their research Thursday afternoon.

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West University Neighborhood struggles to improve bad reputation

The eastern border of the West University Neighborhood is the western border for the University. Many residents in the area are students of the University, making the West University Neighborhood an essential part of the University experience, whether it adds or subtracts is up for debate.

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Mandatory reporting procedures cause tensions with students

The recent sexual assault incident exposes one of the better sides of the recently controversial mandatory reporting policy being reaffirmed by the University this year. Thankfully this survivor chose to report the assault which makes students aware of a dangerous predator around campus.

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Students disagree with changes made to OMAS

Though the current organization model may still change, many Office of Multicultural Academic Success students are concerned that their voices have not been heard from the beginning. Approximately two dozen students protested the changes during the homecoming parade on Friday, wearing white shirts and carrying signs in support of OMAS.

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