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Photos: Star Wars night strikes back at PK Park

                                        Follow Rylee Marron on Instagram: @ryleemarronphotography.

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Arts & CultureFilm & TV

Quadruple Take: ‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’

With the release of a new Star Wars film, the Emerald has enlisted four writers to offer their views on the film. The response from critics so far has been mixed, so we decided to offer a multi-take review for the first Star Wars side story, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.  Mathew Brock, associate arts and …

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Arts & CultureFilm & TV

Bromfield: In defense of the new 'Star Wars' trailer

The lightsaber doesn’t make sense. So what? Since when did Star Wars have to make sense? After Gravity and Interstellar, I’m glad it doesn’t make sense. If you’ve given up hope for the upcoming Star Wars sequels because the technology doesn’t make sense, you’re missing the point. You probably don’t remember …

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Opinion

O’Gara: We create fan theories in order to live

The thing, of course, about a work of art — like a movie, book, TV show or song — is that it can only do so much.

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Blog of the Week: 5 Science-y things you missed this summer

I can’t expect any of you to have had a thoughtful, productive, academic summer, so I have compiled a short list of exciting things that happened over the last few months to get you back on track for a thoughtful, productive, academic fall!

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Arts & CultureFood

InterMingle welcomes new, old students to University

On Friday night, new students to the University of Oregon got their dance, sumo wrestle, poker, pizza and all-around groove on. InterMingle, one of the largest campus events each year, started at 5 p.m. and continued past midnight. The event was spread out on all sides of the EMU, but …

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