Yerba Mate Horchata & Create & Cultivate Conference


This past Saturday, I had the incredible opportunity to spend the day with nearly 1000 badass lady entrepreneurs in downtown Los Angeles serving up some Yerba Mate Tea Cocktails with Argentinian Yerba Mate. Create & Cultivate, in its 6th year, is an uber hip conference, networking event, and lady fair for women looking to build […]
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The Emerald wants to celebrate outstanding women at UO. Find out how you can nominate someone here.


Do you know a woman making a positive impact in the University of Oregon community? Chances are, you probably do — and chances are, she probably doesn’t get enough recognition. The Emerald is looking for local women to honor as part of Women’s History Month in March. Our newsroom will ...
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5 Influential Oregon Women


Over the years, Oregon has enjoyed a myriad of influential residents. We’ve handpicked five notable women that are sure to inspire you in 2016 and make you proud of the wonderful state we call home.

UO to Host TEDx Talk


EUGENE, Ore. — A local CEO will speak about issues surrounding women in the workplace this Saturday at the University of Oregon. This TEDx event is independently organized through the UO and will explore the ways diversity fuels creativity. Sabrina Parsons, the CEO of the Eugene-based company Palo Alto Software, is one of the event’s … Continue reading »

No. 7 Stanford sweep Oregon women’s tennis, 4-0


The Oregon women’s tennis team’s slump continued Friday when it faced off against the No. 7 Stanford Cardinal. Proving why five of their six players are ranked, Stanford showed their prowess and dominated Oregon 4-0. Stanford won both doubles matches nearly at the same time, with the No. 2 and No. 3 matches finishing only […] Continue reading →

Oregon women’s tennis: Ducks lose 4-1 in third-straight conference match


The Ducks took on No. 40 Washington in its third-straight match against a ranked team and came away with its fourth-straight lost. The doubles point was lost by the Ducks in a tiebreaker match between Washington’s Elianne Douglass-Miron and Riko Shimizu and Oregon’s Sofia Hager and Nicole Long. Oregon’s No. 3 doubles win between Marlou […] Continue reading →

Oregon women’s tennis: Ducks blanked by No. 2 UCLA Bruins, head home


After a tough loss to No. 12 USC the day before, the Oregon women’s tennis team stayed in Los Angeles for one more day to take on the No. 2 UCLA Bruins. Oregon came away pointless in a 4-0 loss. The match was the last of a nine-day, six-game road trip for the Ducks. Oregon, […] Continue reading →

PHOTOS: Oregon Ducks vs. Arizona State Basketball


It's hard to believe this is the second to last game of the season. Being new to basketball photography, I have found it to be fun and exciting. A person gets to know the players and what to expect from them during the game.

Oregon Lacrosse Ends Season With Loss at Denver


The Oregon women's lacrosse season came to a close on Friday at Denver, as the Ducks fell to the 11th-ranked Pioneers by a score of 14-6. Though Oregon saw the game tied at 4 at the break, Denver used two 5-0 runs in the second half to overpower the Ducks and end their season.

Oregon Women Finish Regular Season with Win


Oregon's women's tennis team capped their regular season with a win over No. 58 Santa Clara on Sunday in Eugene, improving their overall record to 13-10 on the season. The Ducks took points away in doubles play and four singles matches to see themselves to victory.

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