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EMU Renovations: Present Issues for Future Progress

  By Devin Ream EUGENE, Ore. — The Erb Memorial Union (EMU), the central hub for all activity at the University of Oregon, has had new renovations proposed that are going to make the EMU even more centralized for UO … Continue reading

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EMU undergoes renovations, students respond

BY Travis Loose EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon’s Erb Memorial Union (EMU) is being renovated in order to accommodate the ever-expanding university population. The EMU, UO’s main hub for students, contains the food court, meeting rooms, and various offices … Continue reading

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Q & A With Breaking New Reporter —Samantha Stainburn

Foreign Students at US is an article to intorduce the increasing of the international students in the US in the GlobalPost, and it wrote by Samantha Stainburn. Samantha is a writer for breaking news in New York. Samantha Stainburn on … Continue reading

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The Oscars and Why UO Students Aren’t Going To Watch

The Oscars And Why UO Students Aren’t Going To Watch In the midst of earning a degree from the University of Oregon, students say that a lack of time and perhaps a lack of familiarity with the nominees will play … Continue reading

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Cal Young Neighborhood is looking to the future

Cal Young Neighborhood is home to Oakway Mall, the Eugene Country Club, several schools, Sheldon Community Center, many churches, and most importantly a collection of people that love to live there. The beautiful green grass and iconic Oregon trees are … Continue reading

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Employees in west Eugene sound off on local issues

by Franklin Bains While west Eugene community members say they like the convenience and accessibility of the area, they would support road improvements and oppose expansion of EmX service west of Eugene station. The issue of EmX expansion drew local … Continue reading

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PSU student senate advocates decrease in student funding for public safety force

by Franklin Bains There’s been a lot of talk lately in the Associated Students of the University of Oregon (ASUO) over the University’s proposal to make the Department of Public Safety (DPS) more like a police force. But the discussions … Continue reading

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A Survey of Student Government

Franklin Bains I work on the Daily Emerald as the ASUO beat reporter, so when I heard we would have a beat to focus for this class, I half-jokingly suggested “student government” as a possible beat. Then I realized that … Continue reading

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