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“Always there for us” – Students and faculty remember Alex Tizon

Correction: A previous version of this article said Tizon was 58. He was 57. University of Oregon journalism senior Shirley Chan wanted to end her time in college with a full circle: have her last class be taught by the same professor who taught her first course at the journalism …

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CrimeNews

Burglary at UO journalism school’s Ghana compound results in $25,000 in stolen goods

Eight laptops. Five iPhones. Two cameras. Two backpacks. All told, students of the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication’s Media in Ghana program lost what they estimate adds up to approximately $25,000 in gear and cash last week when an unknown number of burglars broke into their compound …

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Jim Bean restarts search for a new SOJC dean, Tim Gleason will remain

The School of Journalism and Communication has called off its search for a new dean. Tim Gleason will remain for now as the head of the University of Oregon’s journalism program while a new search begins. The next search for a dean will be the third since Gleason announced he …

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Tim Gleason prepares to depart as dean of School of Journalism and Communication

Tim Gleason’s proudest accomplishment as dean of the University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication repeats itself every spring. “Every June, there’s nothing quite like shaking the hands of … students who walked across the stage at commencement,” he said. “That’s the moment that you really realize why we’re …

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Allen Hall renovation to bring advanced – and very green – technology to SOJC

The new Allen Hall, planned to open this January, will be high tech and very green.

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Journalism students to see Allen Hall partly reopen in the fall

After one year of construction and $15 million worth in renovation, Allen Hall will partially open to journalism students this fall.

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CrimeNewsUncategorized

DPS and University instructor help save student

University instructor Mark Blaine and DPS Officer Andrew Johnson helped save a students life, according to a recent press release from the Department of Public Safety.

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ArchivesNews

State board decision sparks frustration in campus community

University faculty expressed strong disapproval throughout Wednesday following an announcement by the Oregon University System (OUS) to not renew President Lariviere’s contract at the University beyond July 1, 2012.

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Journalism school's Tim Gleason talks Allen Hall renovations, curriculum changes

Tim Gleason, Dean of the School of Journalism and Communication (SOJC), spoke at an hour-long forum hosted by the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) Wednesday night where he fielded a range of questions from students regarding the status of renovations in Allen Hall.

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