AdministrationCover Stories

UO will rename buildings named after racists: Black students say that’s not enough

University of Oregon’s first building was named after a white supremacist. That’s about to change, but is it enough?

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NewsPolitics

New year, new state laws

With the new year came new laws that went into effect. Here is a break down: Oregon is the 4th state to require paid sick leave: Behind California, Massachusetts and Connecticut, Senate Bill 454 requires companies with 10 or more workers to provide up to 40 hours of paid sick leave every …

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MultimediaNews

Here are the 24 posts you spent the most time reading in 2015

The year’s almost over. Check out the articles you spent the most time on in 2015.






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AdministrationNews

SOJC searches for new dean to spark new era

The University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communication is working to find a leader “who can usher the school into a new era of opportunity and transformation in teaching, research and professional creative work,” according to the SOJC website. Serving as chief academic and administrative officer for the SOJC, the …

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News

More food options open as EMU renovation continues

As winter break comes to a close, the Erb Memorial Union will continue its renovation and expansion project, causing some programs to relocate and offering more of a food selection for people to dig into. New to the food court winter term is Joe’s Burgers, Chipotle and Subway, alongside Starbucks …

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ASUONews

ASUO wraps up fall term with new resolutions, campaigns and a radio show

Senators and ASUO Executives have both settled into their roles as the fall term concluded. Each had their own success and challenges. Here’s a look at a few of the major moments of the term. Senate Senate was put under pressure by the Young Americans for Liberty, a libertarian student …

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CityNews

Minor power outages in campus area Monday left 2,000 customers without power

On Monday, Dec. 21, the Eugene Water and Electric Board’s Willamette electric substation caused a power outage for nearly 2,000 customers, according to Joe Harwood, external communications coordinator for EWEB. Harwood said that the substation was damaged at around 11:40 a.m. yesterday morning from a combination of high winds and …

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AcademicsNews

UO professor awarded with highest national scientific honor

Earlier today, the White House announced the latest recipients of the National Medal of Science, in which University of Oregon chemistry professor and Presidential Chair in Science Geri Richmond was listed, according to a press release from the National Science Foundation. Richmond will receive the medal, which is one of …

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CrimeNews

UO campus crime rate parallels other universities

According to recent FBI crime statistics pulled from more than 600 U.S schools there were tens of thousands of campus crime across the nation in the calendar year of 2013. The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth led all schools in violent crimes, with 27 instances among 9,210 on-campus students. Property crime …

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ASUONews

What to expect from ASUO winter 2016

ASUO takes on a busy term with budget season and new resolutions to a campus safety campaign.






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