HousingNews

Hamilton and Walton residence halls to be demolished, replaced in next few years

Campus will have a whole new look in two years, and two new dorms: the University of Oregon administration plans to demolish the Hamilton and Walton residence halls and replace them with two to three new buildings that are expected to be completed by November 2023. In April, the Emerald …

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CrimeHousingNews

UO among schools with highest level of drug and alcohol violations, survey says

The University of Oregon ranks 24th of 7,000 U.S. schools with the most on-campus drug busts and 49th for most alcohol violations, according to a 2013 analysis by Rehab.com. The report was analyzed with the latest data available from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Postsecondary Education for all …

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News

Freshmen learn from fall term experiences

For many freshmen, the first term of college is both a challenging experience and a valuable one. Whether it is transitioning or learning to handle the work load, fall term is a way for students to adjust to college life. Now that freshmen have survived their first term of college, …

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Olympics

Campus dorms offer fan experience worth coming back for

It may be hard to believe that people want to live in the dorms on campus, but they’re packed. A look into the lives of people living in the University’s Residence Halls during the 2012 Olympic Trials.

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Back to the BooksHousing

A good dorm experience depends on how you approach it

With this year’s incoming freshman class being the largest in University’s history, the fresh faces moving into the residence halls could potentially have the hardest time trying not to get lost in the crowd.

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