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New Hampshire Primary watch party in Gerlinger Lounge Tuesday

The Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics are hosting a watch party in the Gerlinger Lounge on Tuesday, Feb. 9. The event will begin at 4, once the vote totaling begins in New Hampshire. A discussion led by four Morse Scholars, Andrew Dunn, Jacob Gram, Morgan Murphy, and Celine …

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Faculty Senate elects music professor Robert Kyr as new vice president

A new vice president of the faculty senate was nominated and approved during the faculty Senate meeting on Wednesday, March 12. Robert Kyr, a professor of composition and theory in the music school, was chosen from three nominees this afternoon. His election comes 10 months after the usual point, every …

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Scott Coltrane announced as first candidate for UO provost

According to an email sent by University president Michael Gottfredson to the campus community early Tuesday afternoon, Scott Coltrane is the first candidate to be recognized in the search for a replacement provost. Coltrane has served as interim provost since July 2013 when former provost Jim Bean stepped down from …

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New president of Clark Honors College Student Association hopes to perpetuate legacy of excellence

Garrett [email protected]@[email protected]@ sees the Clark Honors College at the University of Oregon as the best of two worlds. According to him, small class sizes and a rigorous academic program give the honors college the intimate appeal of a prestigious private school, while its placement within a large university provides students …

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Provost Jim Bean announces resignation to take faculty position

A letter from President Michael Gottfredson to University faculty announced that Provost Jim Bean will be resigning from his position as senior academic administrator.

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Multimedia

Video: Tevin Preston reflects on his year as fraternity president

Senior Tevin Preston reflects on challenges, successes, and goals for the future after his time as president of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity

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Video: What's the most important issue to you this election?

Students share the most important issues concerning them in the upcoming presidential election. Featuring: Dominic Carrillo, Taylor Thompson, Nikkole Mampe, Saleh Kahuzayyim, Jesse Schwarz, Riley Stevenson, David Dinh, Jessica Rojas, Chad Giffin Gates, Erin Berkey, Scarlett Sanudo, Ben Letaw, Maddie Mesplay, and Warren Degenhardt.

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Opinion

Saldana: GOP primaries reflect sad state of party

It is every political science major’s favorite time: election year! It doesn’t matter if you specialize in international relations, law or U.S. politics: Come every four years, attention is diverted to the unique election cycle that demonstrates American (un)exceptionalism. Sometimes we are given exciting, stimulating and thought-provoking candidates running for office.

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University Senate officers send bottle ban to administration

Nathan Tublitz, chair of the University Senate Executive Committee and University Senate president, writes a letter endorsing the Take Back the Tap report to Vice President of Finance and Administration Frances Dyke, Provost Jim Bean and President Richard Lariviere.

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