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Plagiarism crops up in Oregon senate race
Forget the restaurant—make your favorite Eugene dishes at home
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One in 10 women at UO experience rape, study shows
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UO contracted convicted sex offender to speak on sexual assault to athletes
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Oregon football supports Kay Yow Cancer Fund with pink uniforms
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How to keep you and your bike safe
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Kelly Graves brings new energy to women’s basketball
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A guide to getting tattooed or pierced in Eugene
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Clothes for all styles: New, used and vintage shops around Eugene
Transfers and freshmen unite while becoming Ducks
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Fraternity & Sorority Life prepares for fall recruitment
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O Heroes brings field day to Deaf children
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Oregon football practice recap: New faces at quarterback and running back for Arizona to test Oregon defense
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Video: Flock Party 2014
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What not to miss this fall in Eugene
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Emerald Quick Hits: Rumors of pink gear for Oregon against Arizona begin to circulate
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Getting your group recognized by the ASUO
Eugene gamers unite at Indie Game Con
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Welcome to Eugene’s micro-brew heaven
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These are the albums you should listen to this fall
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Chelsea Shaw returns to Oregon acrobatics
Sandy: Student involvement is key to presidency search
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Q&A: Cole Irvin on coming back from an injury and the “pursuit of a dream”
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UO freshman class has record high percentage of minority students
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White House launches program to combat sexual assault on campuses
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Take a knee: Steve Greatwood says ‘there’s no excuses’ for offensive line
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Raw video: Gary Campbell plans to give Thomas Tyner more touches against Arizona
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Pac-12 roundup: Overtime win for California, UCLA shines on National stage
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Oregon volleyball keeps undefeated season alive with 3-1 victory over Colorado
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Oregon cross country earns men’s title in Boston behind Cheserek and Jenkins
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UO physics department head hospitalized for stab wounds
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An incoming Duck’s guide to 13th Avenue
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Find the campus club that works for you
Two best friends from China come to study at the University of Oregon together
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Photos: Ducks top Huskies 1-0 in overtime
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Oregon soccer wins in overtime, Abby Steele claims record
McWilliams: Unexpected volunteers working behind-the-scenes at move-in
From Portland to Warsaw, new Ducks move in at UO: social media roundup
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University of Oregon welcomes freshmen with annual ‘Week of Welcome’
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Oregon running back recruit Taj Griffin set for surgery on Tuesday
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Forget the restaurant—make your favorite Eugene dishes at home

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College students are known for living on a strict budget. Here are a couple of your favorite restaurant dishes you can make on your own. (Photo illustration by Kenneth Osborn/Emerald)

A guide to getting tattooed or pierced in Eugene

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Senior social science major Jarrod McClung poses for a portrait featuring some of their tattoos. (Ryan Kang/Emerald)

UO freshman class has record high percentage of minority students

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(Ryan Kang/Emerald)

Unpack the Quack 2014: University of Oregon freshman class settles in

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Forest Grove, Oregon native Kirsten Silva, center, along with several family members carry home items into Living Learning Center North during Unpack the Quack on Thursday, September 25. (Cam Christensen/Emerald)

Who will win the Heisman Trophy?

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Oregon Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota (8) glances up at the broadcast screen during the first half. The No. 3 Oregon Ducks play the No. 7 Michigan State Spartans at Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon on Sept. 6, 2014. (Taylor Wilder/Emerald)

O Heroes student-athletes come together for ASL event

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Oregon football players Pharaoh Brown, left, and T.J. Daniel interact with a young Duck fan at the event on Pape Field. (Taylor Wilder/Emerald)