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DJ Brosky delivers The Everything Bagel
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GameDay: A change in practice mentality has keyed Dwayne Stanford’s recent success
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Hollywood’s platinum records are starting to rust
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The Whistl case aims to connect you with emergency services and your loved ones faster than ever
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Meet Miles Sisk — your ASUO senate vice president
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Gameday: Why the College Football Playoff Committee’s first poll means nothing
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Mysteries of the moon
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Student safety a main priority during Senate meeting
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ASUO Senate: Oct 29
Susman: Yik Yak is more than it seems
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We’re taking the next step in storytelling
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Women’s Center raises awareness of sexual violence during the “Red Zone”
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Halloween: No tricks this year – just treats
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Emerald Quick Hits: No. 5 Oregon first team out in first College Football Playoff rankings
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Screamo, folk, noise music and others featured at upcoming Boreal shows
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Album Review: A superfan and first-time listener discuss and review Taylor Swift’s “1989″
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Presidential search forums hosted by search committee open to public
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College football playoff rankings: Oregon not among top four
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Carly Smith helped create the campus climate survey that involved reporting of sexual assault
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Survey by the Oregonian shows unpromising statistics for Measure 91
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Starting Up in Eugene: Fertilab Thinkubator
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The Bijou Art Cinema, Eugene’s sanctuary for film lovers
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Pac-12 conference votes to pass student-athlete reforms
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Kacey Nady’s volleyball career takes her from Yuma to Eugene
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Suicide Prevention Team and UCTC offer training for UO faculty and staff
Owens: If you went to the gym and didn’t post about it, did you really go?
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Alpha Kappa Psi at UO has large presence on campus
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Oregon football maintains ‘one game at a time’ mentality heading into Stanford game
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Mysteries of the moon

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(Illustration by Kenneth Osborn)

Susman: Yik Yak is more than it seems

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Cam Mullen, the Lead Community Developer at Yik Yak, shed some light on what exactly the purpose and direction of the app is supposed to be. “Our mission is to provide an open forum and give voices to those who might otherwise not have one,” Mullen stated. (Natalie Hardwicke/Emerald)

We’re taking the next step in storytelling

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Here's a behind the scenes look at managing editor Samantha Matsumoto and multimedia editor Allysa Veigel setting up for an interview with University of Oregon's Yvette Alex-Assensoh, the vice president for equity and inclusion. (Ryan Kang/Emerald)

Halloween: No tricks this year – just treats

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Local grocery stores like Safeway and Market of Choice offer a variety of foods and ingredients with fall season flavors. (Natsumi Seki/Emerald)

Album Review: A superfan and first-time listener discuss and review Taylor Swift’s “1989″

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Taylor Swift has gained a lot of recognition for her high-profile relationships, but she has been able to transform them into successful songs. In this album, she doesn't shy away from mocking her relationship decisions. (Photo Courtesy of Universal Music Group)

Starting Up in Eugene: Fertilab Thinkubator

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