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How do the People of Downtown get their News?

When asked about the news, the internet may be their number one source.  By: Michelle Miley EUGENE, Ore. – This past Thursday people throughout downtown Eugene were asked where they get their news from. It was a sunny, 80 degree afternoon and … Continue reading

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#J361 Midterm, Spring Term 2014

It’s a May Day midterm, and boy is the weather warm for Eugene in early May. This term’s #J361 has finished up Part I of the midterm as I type, and everyone is working on Part II. I am so … Continue reading

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Studens to Pay for Rec and EMU with New Fee

By Ryan Hoefle A rise in student fees has left some University of Oregon students questioning the choices behind the fiscal decisions of the University. UO administration instituted an increase of more than $300 to student fees that will start … Continue reading

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University of Oregon’s Climbing Fees for Renovations May Affect Students

By Elizabeth McNamara EUGENE, Ore—Fees at the University of Oregon will begin climbing in fall 2013, which may alter some students’ ability to pay for their education. This fall, school fees are expected to increase more than $300 per year to … Continue reading

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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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College students to pay for university renovations

by Allie Burger EUGENE, Ore.—The University of Oregon is gearing up for another round of renovations, a part of which will be paid for out of students’ pockets. The university announced last week that it will be increasing student fees … Continue reading

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University students react to the increases in fees

By Mackenzie Henshaw Increased fees for campus renovations cause students to consider the impact it will have on their wallets and their campus life. EUGENE, Ore.—University of Oregon students will witness a spike in total fees intended to cover campus … Continue reading

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New Student Fee Splits Student’s Opinion

  By Ryan Hoefle  A rise in student fees has left some students questioning the rational behind the fiscal decisions of the University. Last Tuesday, UO administration instituted an increase of more than $300 to student fees to help fund … Continue reading

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Spring 2013 #J361 Midterm

Midterm Part I: The Book • This portion is about “Inside Reporting” by Tim Harrower, and nothing else except where explicitly stated. • You have until about 10:45 for this part. • Each question is worth two points of 100 … Continue reading

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Little Enthusiasm For Oscars In UO Science Department – by Ben Stone

Students weigh in on, and ultimately dismiss the upcoming Oscars ceremony, but respond positively to Django Unchained Eugene, Ore. – Despite the current buzz surrounding all the nominees for this year’s Oscar Awards ceremony, University of Oregon students interviewed this week … Continue reading

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