Arts & Culture

Kappa Alpha Theta house finds relief as construction noise dwindles

In the fall of 2013, women in Kappa Alpha Theta moved into the house on 15th Avenue and Kincaid Street. While the excitement to live with sisters built, so did the foundation for the K14 apartment complex next door. For some sisters, the noise that came along with that construction was …

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Video: What freshmen should have learned after their first term at the U of O

Here are five things that freshmen at the University of Oregon should have learned during their first term.

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Parness: Lack of sleep could mean nightmares on midterms and tests

Around midterm season there are basically three S’s college students try to balance: study, sleep and a social life. As far as priorities go, sleep is typically the choice that gets placed on the back burner.

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Studying before sleeping beneficial for recall, according to University of Notre Dame research

A new study from the University of Notre Dame found that going to sleep shortly after learning new information is most valuable for recalling the information.

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