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Cameron Huber, UO Student and Creators of Bull and Stash profile

By on Tuesday, Jan. 20 at 10:01 am.

Cameron Huber, a University of Oregon student and the founder of Bull and Stash, uses Kickstarter to see his idea for the perfect pocket journal become reality. Huber came up with the idea when he read that if you wrote down all of your expenses in a journal it would keep you from spending money unnecessarily. After […]


Oregon women’s basketball: Ducks rally late against Wazzu but fall 79-76

By on Sunday, Jan. 18 at 11:05 pm.

Oregon turned up the effort Sunday afternoon, but couldn’t pull out the win. The Ducks rallied from a 14-point deficit in the second half to give themselves a chance to win, but fell short in the final minutes, losing to Washington State 79-76 on Sunday at Matthew Knight Arena. Oregon is now 8-9 (1-5 Pac-12) while WSU improves to 11-6 […]


Infected student’s condition stabilized, but related cases still unknown

By on Wednesday, Jan. 21 at 2:37 pm.

The student who contracted Neisseria Meningococcemia on Friday is stabilizing, according to Lane County Health officials. She remains unnamed, and has been moved to a hospital in her hometown. This is an improvement over the student’s health earlier today, when the Emerald posted an update saying that the student was in septic shock and unresponsive. Nearly […]


Update: Chance Allen transferring to Houston to take care of his mom

By on Saturday, Jan. 17 at 6:04 pm.

Oregon sophomore wide receiver Chance Allen has been granted a full release to leave the program and will transfer, an Oregon official confirmed to Matt Prehm of 247Sports Saturday morning. According to Chance’s mom Alycia, his decision centered around coming back home to take care of her because she had recently undergone an undisclosed surgery on December 29th, 2014. […]


UO student diagnosed with meningitis-causing bacteria

By on Saturday, Jan. 17 at 7:52 pm.

Update (7:45 p.m. on Jan. 17): The student’s condition is stabilizing. Update (1:49 p.m. on Jan. 17): The student is unresponsive and in septic shock, health officials reported. If she does recover there is significant risk of neurological damage. Lane County Health has heard nothing about any other cases. Friday afternoon, Lane County Public Health was notified […]


Letters to the Emerald: Oregon fans share special Marcus Mariota memories

By on Saturday, Jan. 17 at 9:51 am.

Marcus Mariota made his mark at the University of Oregon. He broke seemingly every quarterback record for the Ducks, won the Heisman trophy and led Oregon to a 36-5 record in his three yearsas. Off the field, Mariota tended to shy away from the spotlight. He wasn’t one to seek out attention or particularly enjoy an […]


Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota to enter NFL draft

By on Wednesday, Jan. 14 at 2:26 pm.

In a press release from the University of Oregon athletic department, Ducks quarterback Marcus Mariota announced that he’ll forego his final year of eligibility at Oregon and enter the draft. “After meeting with my family I have decided to forego my final year of eligibility and apply for the 2015 NFL Draft,” Mariota said in […]


Here are all the places you can watch the game tonight

By on Monday, Jan. 12 at 3:52 pm.

In merely a couple hours, our beloved Ducks football team take on the Ohio State Buckeyes in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game in Arlington, Texas. Here are some of the watch parties happening tonight: 1. Student Rec Center In the main street area, this watch party starts at 3:30 p.m. for students only. Space is […]


GameDay Q&A: Jason Shender an Oregon fan/graduate going to graduate school at Ohio State

By on Monday, Jan. 12 at 9:08 am.

Ohio State University graduate student Jason Shender is a rare commodity in Colmbus, Ohio right now. He drives a car with an Oregon “O” sticker on the back, he still has a black Casey Matthews jersey and he can still remember, vividly, the streets of Eugene after the Ducks lost to Auburn in the 2011 […]


University of Oregon looks to bring in $2 billion with capital campaign

By on Monday, Jan. 12 at 10:04 am.

This year, the University of Oregon is embarking on the most ambitious public fundraising campaign the state has ever seen. In October, the UO announced a $2 billion campaign — its third public fundraising campaign since 1992. The other two campaigns pale in comparison— the 1992-1998 goal was set at $150 million, and after an upheaval of […]


Countdown to the National Championship: How Oregon and Ohio State’s tight ends stack up

By on Thursday, Jan. 8 at 12:40 am.

In the days leading up to the 2015 College Football Playoff National Championship, the Emerald will take a unit-by-unit look at Oregon and Florida State, determining which team has the edge going into the showdown on Jan. 12 in Dallas. Today, we’ll look at each team’s tight ends. Oregon Oregon tight end Evan Bayliss’s upside […]


Snapchat Rolls New “Campus Story” Feature Out To Eugene

By on Tuesday, Jan. 6 at 6:55 pm.

Snapchat has long been America’s go-to app for the immediate sharing of drunk selfies, candid pictures of one’s lunch and emoji-covered cat pictures. This week Snapchat rolled out its latest feature  — dubbed “Our Campus Story” — to the University of Oregon area. Now it’s easier than ever to share your latest snap masterpiece with […]


Pillow Talk: “My boyfriend and best friends don’t get along. What should I do?”

By on Monday, Jan. 5 at 9:48 pm.

Dear Katherine, My best friends and my boyfriend don’t get along — so much so that they can’t stand being in the same room. What should I do? Sincerely,  Stuck In the Middle Dear Stuck, That’s a lot of awkward in one room. I’m curious: What is it that your friends don’t like about your […]