Arts & CultureMusic

Q&A: Sasha Sloan on her EP ‘sad girl’ and collaborating with ODESZA

Sad girls have a new queen. Pop singer-songwriter Sasha Sloan is the bridge between the upbeat, superficial and the subtle, more truthful realms of modern pop music. Shrouded in the electronic beats of today’s radio hits, Sloan’s melancholic 2018 EP, “sad girl,” explores songwriting as a form of overcoming adversity. …

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Q&A: Alex Luciano from Diet Cig talks writing while touring and ‘Swear I’m Good at This’

Sometimes you need to scream about all that’s wrong with the world. Diet Cig, a two-piece band from New York, will be there when you need to let it all out. It’s hard not to dance when singer and guitarist Alex Luciano yelps and Noah Bowman’s drumming provides a cathartic …

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NewsPolitics

Q&A: Working Families Party candidate Shanti Lewallen

The Emerald interviewed Shanti Lewallen, a 36-year-old longshoreman and lawyer running for U.S. Senate under the Working Families Party ticket. Emerald: What issues do you hope to address regarding college students? Lewallen: I am concerned with student debt. This is something that strikes right at home for me because I had to borrow money …

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Q&A: Brenda Tracy, survivor of alleged sexual assault involving OSU football players

The Emerald sat down with Brenda Tracy, the victim of an alleged sexual assault in 1998, and asked her about her advocacy work and her views on combatting assault.

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Arts & CultureFootball

A Mother’s Day tribute from Oregon football players

In honor of mother’s day, Oregon football players describe their favorite memories of their moms and why they are the best.

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Q & A with Ruban Nielson of Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Ruban Nielson of Unknown Mortal Orchestra talks about his upcoming show in Eugene, his music, and more in this Q&A.

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Q&A: #1 New York Times bestselling author Daniel James Brown to visit the UO

Daniel James Brown spoke to the Emerald about his latest book, ‘The Boys In The Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.’ He will also be holding a lecture in the EMU ballroom on April 16.

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EventsPersonalitiesTheater

Different Ways of Knowing: Q&A with director of University Theatre’s ‘Sila’

On April 16, “Sila” opens at the Hope Theatre on campus. This play raises questions about the future of our planet and the human community causing the audience to think more into what the future can hold.

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AdministrationNews

Q&A with Judith Lechner on the Tuition and Fees Advisory Board

Judith Lechner is an international graduate student, GTF and former GTFF president. Now filling one of four student positions on the Tuition and Fees Advisory Board, Lechner helps the Board make decisions regarding tuition changes throughout the year. Here is what Lechner had to say about her role and experience …

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Q&A: Former men's tennis star Robin Cambier talks life after UO

University of Oregon alum Robin Cambier, who finished his tennis career at UO as the program’s all-time winningest player, made his mark at UO as a student-athlete. The Brussels, Belgium native posted a career record of 90-43 (.677) in singles and a career doubles record of 93-31 (.750) during his time …

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Men's TennisSports

Q&A: Former men’s tennis star Robin Cambier talks life after UO

University of Oregon alum Robin Cambier, who finished his tennis career at UO as the program’s all-time winningest player, made his mark at UO as a student-athlete. The Brussels, Belgium native posted a career record of 90-43 (.677) in singles and a career doubles record of 93-31 (.750) during his time …

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Q&A: Abe Schafermeyer on the problems international students face and the programs availiable to help

Daily Emerald reporter Ally Taylor sits down with Abe Schafermeyer, The Director of International Students and Scholars, to talk about the problems international students face and the programs dedicated to integrating them into the community. Schafermeyer was born in New Hamshire and received his M. Ed in student affairs from …

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UO’s $2 billion capital campaign: Q&A with Mike Andreasen

University of Oregon announced the launch of a public capital campaign Friday. The goal: $2 billion. This is the public phase of what has been a private fundraising campaign, and in the last four years that campaign has raised $700 million. The Emerald interviewed Mike Andreasen, vice president for university advancement …

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Q&A: Omar Hagrass, UO grad and Egyptian citizen on activism in Cairo

Omar Hagrass graduated from the University of Oregon in 2012. As an Egyptian native, he moved back home upon earning his degree in political science and now works as a financial analyst at CI Capital. Hagrass was one of many Egyptians who took to the streets and successfully oust Hosni …

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Law SchoolNews

Q&A with past, present, and future law students

Four past, present, and future UO law school students give their thoughts on their field and where it’s taking them.

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Emerald Q&A with Typhoon's Kyle Morton

Portland-based band Typhoon kicked off their spring tour with a dynamic show at WOW Hall this past Friday. The Emerald sat down with lead vocalist and founding member Kyle Morton to discuss the band’s fame, evolution and how Kyle’s devastating experience with Lyme disease played a role in the songwriting …

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Emerald Q&A with Typhoon's Kyle Morton

The Emerald sat down with lead vocalist and founding member, Kyle Morton, to discuss the band’s fame, evolution and how Kyle’s traumatic experience with Lyme disease played a role in the song-writing process.

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