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Student jobs on campus plan to expand and look for additional employees

As the University of Oregon continues to grow in both population and programs, it will rely heavily on its student infrastructure. According to UO Human Resource Data and Compliance Coordinator Kerry Davis, that means more student jobs. About 3,600 students worked on campus in 2012 — an increase from the …

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ASUO presidential campaigns prepare for week two of elections

The results of the ASUO elections for week one were released Friday, April 6, allowing the presidential candidate from Katie and Alex and We Are Oregon to advance.

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Katie and Alex and We are Oregon move on to general elections

ASUO election results have Katie and Alex and We Are Oregon advancing to the general election.

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Self-defense class empowers women against sexual assault

Approximately one in four women attending college in the United States will experience either an attempted or completed rape before they graduate, according to studies conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Department of Education.

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EMU renovation rejected by voters

The proposed EMU renovation project was rejected by voters in this week’s ASUO Student Referendum, which concluded today.

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Letter: Why the ASUO executive postponed the EMU vote

On Thursday, Nov. 3, we announced that the student referendum on the proposed EMU renovation fee would be postponed. This decision was made after many conversations with students across the campus, including consultation with various student groups who use our student union every day.

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University of Oregon student votes to determine future of EMU

From Nov. 14 through Nov. 17 students will have the option to vote on whether they are willing to make a financial commitment to the expansion and renovation of the EMU and Student Recreation Center.

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