Editorials

Sexual assault awareness needs more collaboration if progress is to continue

The University of Oregon community has made great strides in addressing sexual assault on campus. But if we want to move forward, we need better collaboration. Written by the Emerald’s editorial board.

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News

Community groups raise awareness about sexual assault and support for survivors

Groups on campus provide resources, support and a place to be involved for supporters, victims and students who want to be involved.

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Fraternity & Sorority LifeNews

FSL’s sexual assault task force has one year to prove it can change a culture

The FSL community has been trying to create changes with its sexual assault task force by changing the culture in a matter of few months. The results of a new 2015-2016 campus climate survey could show higher disproportionate numbers of sexual assault and cause the growth of FSL to come to a halt.

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ColumnsOpinion

Owens: Men have a critical role in preventing sexual violence

This column is one part of a series of articles on sexual assault awareness at the University of Oregon. Read Emerald editor Sami Edge’s letter to find out why we’ve dedicated today’s edition of Emerald Monday to the topic. One out of every five college-aged women in America will be a …

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Announcements

Letter from the editor: Why we’ve dedicated today’s issue to sexual assault awareness

One year ago this week there was a shift in consciousness at the UO in regards to sexual violence. In the letter from the editor, we can all come together to overcome the cultural and political obstacles that stand in our way.

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Cover StoryNews

This is how the University of Oregon has tackled sexual assault in the last year

This story is one part of a series of articles on sexual assault awareness at the University of Oregon. Read Emerald editor Sami Edge’s letter to find out why we’ve dedicated today’s edition of Emerald Monday to the topic. Pressure on the University of Oregon to change policies surrounding sexual …

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News

What does it mean to report at UO?

This story is one part of a series of articles on sexual assault awareness at the University of Oregon. Read Emerald editor Sami Edge’s letter to find out why we’ve dedicated today’s edition of Emerald Monday to the topic. Dealing with sexual violence within a university is complex. Here’s a breakdown …

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AdministrationNews

What will the new assistant vice president for sexual assault do?

After the increase in sexual violence on college campuses, the UO has enacted a plan for prevention of sexual assault.

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AdministrationNews

Q&A with Mary Deits, chair of the President’s Review Panel

The President’s Review Panel is holding public listening sessions to gather input on how UO handles sexual misconduct. The sessions will be held at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. this Tuesday, October 7 in the Global Scholars Great Hall. Mary Deits is a the chair of the President’s Review Panel, currently …

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CrimeNews

Recap: Altman will return to Oregon men’s basketball, Dotson, Artis and Austin will not

Following the Eugene Police Department’s release of a report detailing the alleged rape of a University of Oregon student by three members of the men’s basketball team, President Michael Gottfredson announced on May 9 that Damyean Dotson, Dominic Artis and Brandon Austin “will not play basketball at Oregon again.” Dana …

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