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What’s in store for gaming in 2016?

Now that 2015 has come to an end, it’s time to take a look at what the gaming industry has in store for us in 2016.

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Video: Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Check out the Museum of Natural and Cultural History. It’s free for students and showcases beautiful and fascinating artifacts, art, and exhibitions that tell Oregon’s history. Produced by: Connor Henzel

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Video: Black Friday 2015 Deals

Get the down low on some of the sweetest deals coming up as early as Thanksgiving afternoon!

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8 essential Eugene album releases from this year

The music scene around campus might seem a bit small with the same four or five bands at every bar or house show (give or take a few new names at the bottom of the bill.) But as a town filled with artsy students, grads and long-term residents with no …

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Eugene weird meets Comic-Con cosplay this weekend

EuCon will bring genre actors from shows like The Walking Dead and Supernatural to Eugene, but the highlight will be the nerd-dom it brings out in the local community.






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MNCH ambassadors connect culture and campus

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History’s Student Ambassadors Program consists of a group of students who comes up with ways to connect the museum and the student body. Their biggest campus-museum connection happens with trivia night which brings out a large crowd every time.






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Photos: Oregon Ducks beat Seattle Redhawks 2-1.

The Oregon Ducks women’s soccer team beat Seattle University Redhawks 2-1 in the seventh game of their season Friday night at Pape Field. Oregon Midfielder Scout Libke kicked a corner that went into the net at the end of the second half putting the Ducks ahead for the rest of …

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Five tips for starting your own garden this spring

Spring and summer are rapidly approaching Eugene (despite the recent hail storms), and there are several ways people are preparing for the upcoming months. Starting a garden in which you can grow your own food — and then cook it — is a great option for getting outside, saving money …

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In spring, a young man’s thoughts: 10 reasons spring term is the best term

As spring is upon us, there are a ton of reasons to be glad you’re a Duck — too many to count, really. But we tried anyway! 10. Off-campus opportunities come alive — Go camping, shopping or take a trip. Just get out of the house! 9. The sports — …

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