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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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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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New Con Court Judge William Leo vows to be public servant for student body

William Leo is among 5,367 current freshmen starting their college experience at the University of Oregon. However, the philosophy major has not hesitated to immediately take on responsibilities and get involved on campus. Less than eight weeks into his first year, Leo became the newest Constitution Court Associate Judge with …

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ASUO Radio shares the limelight with community advocates

The “ASUO Radio” show, run by members of the University of Oregon’s student government, began airing Oct. 22 and has brought a new flair to the campus radio scene. ASUO Radio is hosted every Thursday at 7 p.m. by ASUO Executive Vice-Presidents Claire Johnson and Francisco Morales-O’Connor, along with Communications …

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Advisory Board holds open forum to discuss guaranteed tuition

The Tuition and Fees Advisory Board held a second open forum Nov. 30 to address the concerns of students and faculty regarding the proposal of a guaranteed tuition program. This program would set a fixed tuition for four years for each incoming freshman class rather than annual increases. So far, the …

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ASUO plans to bring back after-midnight bus services

ASUO plans to bring back the after-midnight buses for students living near Autzen Stadium, after last year’s decision to shorten the route’s operating hours.






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Senate continues to decline event raffling firearms

ASUO Senate declined the Young Americans for Liberty’s request for its Liberty Poker Night that will raffle firearms. Thomas Tullis, president of The University of Oregon’s YAL chapter, said that their second senate proposal was to reimburse a private donor’s contribution to the organization after senate voted down their request last week. …

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ASUO Senate live update

Live coverage of Wednesday night’s ASUO Senate meeting.   Live Blog ASUO Senate Updates Nov. 18       Access the agenda here.

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UO student and ASUO Executive notice lag in campus safety

A University of Oregon student and several ASUO Executive members are on a mission to add locks on doors and provide faculty, staff and graduate teaching fellows with training sessions in order to protect their classrooms. Sydney McBride once felt unsafe attending class in Deady Hall when she saw a …

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Letter from the editor: false information reported in tweet Thursday evening

Earlier this evening, we posted a factually inaccurate tweet on our Twitter account: “Survey says 100% of @UOfsl affiliated women have been sexually assaulted, ASUO members threaten to halt expansion.” This was a misrepresentation of an accurate story, which reported that according to the “results of the latest campus Climate …

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