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New and increasing fees surprise students

For Matt Tofte, the University of Oregon was the right price. When he received his financial aid award letter one year ago, the incoming freshman estimated payment for tuition and fees at $9,258, including $433 in fees per term. Compared to out-of-state schools and combined with the presidential scholarship he …

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Ducks After Dark to provide late-night activities on campus

The first late-night series of free events are Thursday double-feature movie nights in Columbia 150 for the next four weeks.

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ASUO said to be charged too much this year in assessments

The ASUO is being overcharged by upwards of $100,000 in overhead costs this year, according to ASUO representatives.

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Senate, Executive, others craft new EMU memorandum

In an marathon meeting that ran almost 10 hours and left attendees exhausted and, at times, exasperated, the Senate and Executive, along with members of the EMU Board and other concerned students drafted a revised memorandum of understanding regarding the EMU Renovation.

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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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