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Video: College GameDay visits Eugene

Duck fans showed their spirit early Saturday morning for ESPN’s College GameDay show.

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Video: Tevin Preston reflects on his year as fraternity president

Senior Tevin Preston reflects on challenges, successes, and goals for the future after his time as president of Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity

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Rumors of Taco Bell inside Starbucks on 13th Avenue resurface, no official comment confirms

Despite comment from Taco Bell on Friday saying it wouldn’t happen, a “coming soon” sign with the Taco Bell logo appeared today in front of the Starbucks building at the corner of 13th Avenue and Alder Street. It appears that the fast food restaurant will replace the Quiznos inside Starbucks which closed …

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SportsWomen's Soccer

Soccer preview: Final flight of regular season for Oregon soccer team

The Oregon soccer team will finish out their season Friday at 4 p.m. at Papé Field against in-state rivals, OSU. The Ducks go into the game with a record of 7-10-2 overall and 2-7-1 in Pac-12 play, while the Beavers are at a strong 11-5-3 overall and 6-3-1 in the conference. …

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CrimeNews

Party Patrol: 30 UO students cited Friday night on assorted charges

Eugene police stopped 46 people for various charges between the hours of 9 p.m. and 3 a.m., and noticed an increase in criminal activity. Police arrested 18 people on charges varying from false information to police, prohibitive noise and open container. One disorderly party left two arrested on charges for …

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Does success on the football field lead students to fail in the classroom?

Last year, UO professors of economics Glenn Waddell and Jason Lindo, along with graduate student Isaac Swensen, completed research into the affect of big time athletics success and academic achievement.

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College.biz: Q&A with Sen. Jeff Merkley on keeping Oregon education affordable

Jeff Merkley, junior senator from Oregon, sat down with the Emerald on Wednesday, October 9, to discuss issues impacting the University of Oregon and how to keep education affordable for college students. How do you think the University of Oregon has been doing over the past year? I run into …

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Updated: University Athletic Director Rob Mullens releases annual statement about NCAA rules

University Athletic Director Rob Mullens sent this press release to the University community this morning regarding NCAA rules and regulations for prospective and current student athletes. Dear Duck Fan: The University of Oregon is committed to continuing to reach the highest levels of success, both academically and athletically. As an …

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Annual Tip-A-Cop for Special Olympics held at Red Robin

Tip-a-Cop is a nationwide annual corporate event sponsored and hosted by Red Robin to support the Special Olympics. Police officers act as assistants from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the restaurant staff, serving drinks and helping out at tables.

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Top 5: News stories from Oregon for Oct. 13 and 14

Boy saves grandmother from fire Vernonia, Ore. resident Seth Cutright, 12, rescued his grandmother after their house caught on fire, reports KATU News. The fire was caused by the lighting of his grandmother’s cigarette, sparking a gas leak which Cutright smelled, moments before it exploded. Both suffered from burns, but …

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Vendors at the ASUO Street Faire on how to get a business noticed

Gaining a spot in the street fair depends on what the vendor’s cart is used for. Food carts require specific licenses on top of the standard one to operate a cart.

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Cross CountrySports

Women's cross country take second, men third in NCAA Pre-Nationals

The Oregon men’s and women’s cross country teams each had a pair of top-three finishes at the Pre-Nationals meet on Saturday in Louisville, Ky. The women’s team, ranked fourth coming into the meet, finished in second place behind top-ranked Florida State. Florida State won the women’s 6,000 meter race with …

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Rally against rising tuition costs, featuring U.S. Rep. Peter DeFazio, draws a diverse crowd

The first rally against tuition increases of the 2012-13 school year drew a modest but enthusiastic crowd.

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Latino scholarship awarded to four UO students

Four University of Oregon students will receive the Centro Latino Americano scholarship.

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Arts & CultureEvents

Academic film series kicks off in Lawrence Hall

UO Center for the Study of Women in Society to show film Wednesday.

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News

Block party to raise funds for Agate playground restoration

Hayward Historic District and Maude Kerns Art Center will host a fund-raising block party for the Agate Playground.

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CrimeNews

DPS officially changes name to UOPD

The University of Oregon Department of Public Safety is now officially the University of Oregon Police Department.

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EMU renovation on hold in effort to reduce cost to students

Dilapidated. That’s the word you hear the most. Vice President of Student Affairs Robin Holmes calls it “The heart and hub of campus.”

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SportsWomen's Soccer

Kristen Parr and Maryn Beutler impress in women's soccer

The 2012 Ducks soccer team boasts an impressive bunch of freshman this year. Two of the more notable recruits are Kristen Parr and Maryn Beutler.

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Football

2011 football recruiting class making a difference already

A dynasty. It’s what every head coaches hopes to build. Victories are nice, but a tradition of winning, an expectation of excellence is what the men with the playbooks strive for.

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No. 14 Ducks finish third at St. Mary's Invitational

It was another solid outing by the No. 14 University of Oregon men’s golf team as they finished their play at the Blackhorse Golf Course on Tuesday at the St. Mary’s Invitational, shooting a 10-over score to place in third.

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FootballSports

Pac-12 power rankings: week five

With the Pac-12 schedule getting into full swing, the first batch of power rankings as voted by the Emerald sports desk.

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CrimeNews

Wrench may have been used in UO professor Anne Dhu McLucas murder case, according to affidavit

The man suspected of killing a University music professor told his girlfriend he used a wrench to also kill his 73-year-old father James Gillette, according to The Register-Guard.

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NewsPolitics

Hosts of off-campus parties could face increased penalties due to proposed city policy

City officials plan to pass a new city ordinance that would crack down on off-campus student parties.

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Law SchoolNews

Oregon law firms give advice on how to get hired

In a rough economy, how do students expect to get hired? Local law firms give advice, predictions and words of warning about entering the work force as a recent law school graduate.

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Opinion

Editorial: Looking into the upcoming term of the University of Oregon’s 17th president, Michael Gottfredson

On Wednesday, Michael Gottfredson will start his role as University president. And given the turbulence of the past year and a half, we thought it important to focus on just what the University president will be in charge of in what should be another important year.

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Multimedia

Video: University physics students share knowledge at Oregon Country Fair

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ObiMijMA9_w&w=970&h=546] University of Oregon physics students share their knowledge with kids and adults at the Oregon Country Fair. The booth, located in Energy Park, demonstrates solar power and the wide spectrum of light.

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