FootballSports

Lieberman: $68 million football facility only a symptom of larger institutional woes

When it comes to collegiate athletic facilities, there is luxurious, there is five-star and then there is the University of Oregon.

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News

Environmental law conference concludes after weekend of events

Recently, endangered gray wolves have become placed into the public eye with the now celebrity-like status of Wolf OR-7, whose trek across Oregon and Northern California has sparked notable interest.

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News

Environmental law conference to run through Sunday

A group of senior women clad in grannie garb took the stage to sing about environmental injustices today, as part of the 30th annual Public Interest Environmental Law Conference organized by the University School of Law. “We just want to get people to listen to real tough environmental issues in …

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Arts & Culture

University's School of Law's first radio show hits the airwaves

Hosted, produced and run by five law school students, “Full Disclosure” seeks to unite the law school with the wider University community.

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Arts & CultureLaw SchoolUncategorized

Getting through the grind: how to survive and thrive in the University’s law school

Law school upperclassmen give advice to incoming students about how to survive the rigorous workload of their first year.

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CrimeNews

Former University of Oregon law student killed in Norway tragedy

Kjersti Berg Sand is confirmed as one of the 76 people killed in the July 22 attacks in Norway.

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