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Chinese Students Donate to EMU Project

EUGENE, Ore. — It’s not unusual for the University of Oregon to receive large donations from alumni, business owners or large corporations, but they don’t typically come from current students. The EMU, considered the hub of campus, is under construction right now. The project is about to get a big boost in funding thanks to … Continue reading »

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EMU evacuated Monday night

The Erb Memorial Union was evacuated after a fire alarm around 6:30 on Oct. 21.
A fire truck was seen responding, but left quickly.
Students were allowed to re-enter the EMU around 6:40.
The cause of the alarm is unknown. The UOPD said at 6:53 they did…

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Alleged trespasser arrested outside EMU

A man who the Department of Public Safety says is a trespasser with an outstanding warrant was arrested by DPS outside of the EMU today at 11:15 p.m.

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Puppies and Alien Sex: A Night at the Eugene Poetry Slam

Eugene is known as a mecca of art. From the Last Friday Art Walk, to the Hult Center, to the summer Bach festival, artists have found a welcoming and supportive home in this city. We have everything from visual art to music and musicals to protest art from the Occupy Eugene crowd. A talented but obscure part of our art community is slam poetry. For the last decade, the Eugene Poetry Slam has hosted and promoted this unique form of poetry with hardly any media attention.

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the PERS program in Oregon pays out more than 230M a month in benefits.

November 22 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: rainy and windy, Bascom Village, Glenwood Refinement Plan, Bellotti top PERS beneficiary, Cyclist dies, EMU collapse, stabbing victim, Dorris Ranch death, missed furlough days, Vanderbilt beats OSU

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Coeur Noir Exhibit Opens in the EMU

The “Coeur Noir” (or “Black Heart”), an exhibit that features the art of Seth Pierce, opened Monday and is on display in the Buzz Gallery at EMU. The exhibit, which will be up until Dec. 5,  showcases the theme of […]

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Olympic Trials return to Hayward Field - Image courtesy UofO

October 13 – Morning Headlines

Tim Chuey: early fog & some clouds, EMU false alarm, bicycle theft increasing, SUV fire a possible protest, tailgater for leukemia, bus vs pedestrian, bikes removed downtown, ocean quake no tsunami, Spfd PD hiring, EPDs Randy Ellis helps homeless, Sargent wins Nobel, Real World at The Cooler, ESPN gameday, Olympic Trials schedule released.

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False fire alarm at the EMU

The fire alarm triggered around 11:00 p.m. Wednesday night in the Erb Memorial Union (EMU), prompting DPS officials and the Eugene Fire Department to rush to the University campus to investigate. The alarm caused several University students who were still […]

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