HousingNews

New central kitchen and woodshop to open this spring

The new 22,000 square foot central kitchen and woodshop will allow for larger quantities of food to be prepared at a time and the use of more local and fresh products in dishes.

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CrimeHousingNews

Which resident halls have the most student conduct violations?

Student Conduct Violations are handed out numerous times over the year in all dorms across campus. However, two kinds of citations are much more common than any other ones. Noise complaints and liquor/drug violations. “Noise is actually our most frequently seen violation, which is a not really a surprise when …

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HousingNews

New residence hall expected in 2017

The first floor of the residence hall will be home to a theater that can seat up to 100 people and nine smaller spaces designated for faculty offices. There will also be a communal kitchen and study spaces located on the first floor. The plans also include a miscellaneous space designed for creativity.






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HousingNews

As competition between student complexes rises, rent may fall

There are four main luxury complexes near the University of Oregon campus, which include Uncommon Eugene, 13th and Olive, Hub on Campus and 2125 Franklin. As more complexes enter the market, students may see a drop in the cost of living in these new apartments.






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HousingNews

Life as a UO resident assistant

“We’re trying to make sure that everybody’s safe,” sophomore Lauren Young said. “We’re like a safety blanket for everybody.”






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HousingNews

Rumors of homeless UO students spur conversation on campus

Tuition, textbooks, food, gas, rent: all things college students are expected to pay for. Combined with a shortage of time and job experience, some students find it hard to keep up with expenses. Sometimes the bills pile up, and the funds can’t stretch. Eventually, people find themselves without a bed …

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CityHousingNews

Newly opened Hub on Campus complex still working to fill vacancies

Since Hub on Campus, a luxury apartment complex located on 515 East Broadway, opened its doors in September it has filled roughly 81 to 82 percent of its vacancies. The twelve-story high-rise has a multitude of amenities including a roof-top pool, free gym, beach volleyball court and study room.






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Video: Freshman move-in day with UO President Michael H. Schill

Through all of the move-in day traffic, University of Oregon President Michael Schill introduces himself to new students and their families. Schill talks about the freshman experience while helping a young freshman move into her dorm room.

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CityHousingNews

Nightingale Health Sanctuary rest stop program moves west

This article was written by University of Oregon master’s degree alumna Debra M. Josephson, who is not affiliated with the Emerald. It was submitted to the Emerald for publication. We have done fact checking and editing on the piece. Debra’s website can be found here. Nightingale Health Sanctuary (NHS) is a legal, …

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HousingNews

Update on East campus: a lawsuit, new constructions and parking spaces

East campus is about to get much busier, with the Global Scholars Hall lawsuit and the construction of the new 500-bed residence hall. On May 27, the Emerald reported that the University of Oregon filed a $8.5 million in damage lawsuit against the designers and contractors due to the deflection …

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