AdministrationNews

UO decides if trigger warnings should be applied in class

Colleges around the country, including some departments at UO, are struggling to define the boundaries between challenging course material, students’ well-being, and free speech. Recently, the English department discussed whether they should use trigger warnings that would alarm students of potentially upsetting topics. Warnings are becoming more and more common …

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Opinion

Sullivan: Football players should be held accountable for their actions

Imagine a case of sexual assault. A 9-1-1 call surfaces after a month of the case being in the mainstream news but a year after the survivor first reported the rape. The survivor had already identified the man who had raped her and DNA evidence had proven that he indeed …

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News

Top news from around Eugene on Nov. 13

Today’s weather: High – 55; slight chance of showers, Low – 45 Bank inside local Albertsons robbed, suspect arrested A 33-year-old man who robbed the US Bank branch inside the Albertsons at 311 Coburg Road has been arrested, according to The Register-Guard. The robbery occurred yesterday morning when Jeremie Wesley …

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