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Evan Reynolds


“The thing about reproductive health is that it is so intersectional,” UO senior Kat Abrams, co-director of UO Students for Choice, said. “It’s about fundamental autonomy over your body and your life.”

“CODA” is a heartwarming, predictable coming-of-age story elevated by its inclusion of Deafness — and bogged down by the burdens of representation.


As the gloom of winter term subsides, students should consider picking up one of these simple habits to promote their physical and mental health for the months ahead.

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