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Growing Up and Moving On: A Ceremony of Sorts

BY Travis Loose SPRINGFIELD, Ore. – The students have taken their places on the rostrum. Seventy-six in total, most are twitching and swaying nervously, anxiously awaiting instruction for what to do with themselves. As a teacher begins strumming her guitar, … Continue reading

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Friendly Neighborhood

By Camille Lieurance The beautiful Friendly Neighborhood, which spans from Amazon Creek on the east side, 18th Street on the north side, and Chambers Street on the west side. The southern boundary for the neighborhood is West 29th Avenue to Lorane … Continue reading

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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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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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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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What the UO Art Campus has to Offer

The University of Oregon (UO) offers a wide variety of art, music, theater, and dance programs. For the artistic students who call the campus home, it is easy to find a space to suit their individual interests and needs. 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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Photojournalism Q & A Caitlin Kenney is a photojournalist focused on military, government reporting and Afghanistan. You can follow her twitter @ccoug. 1. What’s your name, age and occupation? Caitlin, 23,  Reporter 2. How did you get your start doing … Continue reading

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