Tag Archives: Ducks

Current Students React to Increase in Fees

A new set of student fees will be enabled to fund the rec center and student union renovations starting fall 2013. By Rachel Davidson University of Oregon students are annoyed, frustrated, and indifferent about the increase in fees for the … Continue reading

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Enterprise Story: Skating in Eugene

A Grand Proposal By Chriss Goschie After surviving constant threat from the transient population, and its brief home to the Eugene members of Occupy, the Washington/Jefferson Park area as finally been given a chance at validity within the community through … Continue reading

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Enterprise: The Crime of Skateboarding in Duckcountry

At the home of the University of Oregon Ducks, skateboarders are committing a crime by riding the streets and sidewalks around campus and the downtown area.  By Emily Carino A Blast from the Past July 3rd, 1985, a classic film … Continue reading

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The journalism student formerly know as Dillon Pilorget

When I’m not making Prince references, I am usually cracking some other dumb joke that only my girlfriend and my grandpa think are funny. I hope to use my sometimes questionable sense of humor to write, direct, and produce my … Continue reading

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“It’s good to have Chip on our side.”

Students around the UO campus had many reactions to the Chip Kelly NFL coaching scare, but the common responses were that of surprise, relief, and celebration. “People are euphoric now,” said Alex March, a UO law student. “Coaching in the … Continue reading

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Loyalty to a Hometown

It’s almost as if it was meant to be. At least, that’s how the locals of the Whiteaker made it seem. Though their opinions were in favor of our very own local football team, it potentially seemed as if their … Continue reading

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Duck Football Top Tweeters

Rob Mosley from the Register Guard tweets daily with updates on anything and everything about Oregon Duck football. Since the team is preparing for the upcoming season with spring practices, Mosley gets the inside scoop from coaches and players. He … Continue reading

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Red Lion Hotel Celebrates Game Day Spirit

Green and yellow filled the seats of the Red Lion Hotel in Eugene this evening. People from all over the community came proudly, sporting their finest duck gear to cheer for Oregon at the BCS championship game. Businesses throughout Eugene … Continue reading

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The Cooler Bar Celebrates Big For The BCS National Championship

On January 10th, energized University of Oregon fans packed into the Cooler Bar in Cal Young to watch the BCS National Championship game against Auburn on the biggest-in-town 15-foot projection screen. The Cooler, which has been a Duck-supporting establishment since … Continue reading

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Waking Up Early, No Sweat When it’s for the World Cup.

With the 2010 FIFA World Cup well underway in Cape Town, South Africa the entire world is rejoicing and grimacing(mostly over the sound of the vuvuzela) together at last, including college students here at the University of Oregon even though it … Continue reading

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