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Oregon’s yellow brick pathway: PathwayOregon is paying for more low-income students than ever

Since 2008, PathwayOregon has paid for hundreds of low-income students to go to school. It’s about to start paying for many more.






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International students are paying even more as UO’s healthcare goes up

International students pay more than three times what in-state students pay for tuition. With this year’s increase in health insurance fees, on top of the price of tuition, these individuals from abroad are struggling financially to complete their studies in the U.S.






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UOPD is paying $755,000 to an officer and former student. Why?

Last month, a jury awarded James Cleavenger $755,000 in damages in a lawsuit he brought against the University of Oregon Police Department. The jury found that the UOPD retaliated against Cleavenger for whistleblowing, wrongfully terminating him and attempting to destroy any further carrier opportunities he could have in law enforcement.






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A mass shooting through eyes of UCC alumni at University of Oregon

Lauren Garetto, Noah McGraw and Jack Heffernan each contributed to this post. David Kildal, an Umpqua Community College alumnus, was about to leave for a 12 p.m. class at the University of Oregon when he heard about the shooting. Sitting in his class, not knowing if his community was safe, …

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Drinking in the red: Here’s how UO is coping with the week one drinking wave

You’re most likely to see people like this during the first six to eight weeks of school. A recent Oregon law means you can get them to safety without risking an MIP.






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The Weekly Show with Alex and Dahlia: a presidential podcast

In this week’s episode of the Weekly Show, hosts Dahlia Bazzaz and Alexandra Wallachy discuss the background, details, and significance of both the election of next year’s ASUO president Helena Schlegel and the selection of the University of Oregon’s next president, Michael Schill. Here are the links to the stories …

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The Weekly Show with Alex and Dahlia, Ep. 4: UO increases tuition, student protests

Going to the University of Oregon just became a little more expensive. This week on The Weekly Show with Alex and Dahlia, co-hosts and head news correspondents Alexandra Wallachy and Dahlia Bazzaz discuss Thursday’s Board of Trustees meeting – during which trustees voted to raise the cost of tuition – and …

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The Weekly Show with Alex and Dahlia, Ep. 3: UO’s counterclaim against rape survivor, campus vaccination efforts

Spoiler alert: If you have not watched the first episode of the Netflix original series “House of Cards” third season, do not listen past minute 13 of this podcast. Also, you should really get on that. After a brief hiatus, your favorite University of Oregon-based news and social media commentary …

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The Weekly Show with Alex and Dahlia: will Greek life be allowed to grow at the UO?

Warning: some of the content in this episode of The Weekly Show could be triggering to some listeners. This week on the Emerald news podcast, reporters Dahlia Bazzaz and Alexandra Wallachy discuss how a resolution developed by ASUO Senator and Delta Tau Delta Andrew Lubash could halt the expansion of Greek …

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