Forget the restaurant—make your favorite Eugene dishes at home

By on Wednesday, Oct. 1 at 8:38 am.

Stretching a budget but don’t want to give up your favorite Eugene dishes? Check out these at-home knockoffs. Breakfast Scramble Re-appropriation by Sami Edge Whether it’s for a late brunch out with friends or as the first place you think to take your parents for their weekend visit, Glenwood never fails to satisfy. But what if […]

These are the albums you should listen to this fall

By on Sunday, Sep. 28 at 8:48 pm.

Without seasonal festivities, extreme weather conditions or parties begging to be soundtracked by the latest Top 40 bangers, autumn is mostly a quiet, transitional period. In assembling the fall album selection, the Emerald has chosen eight great records suitable for studying, relaxing or walking in the woods. Four selections are classics you may be familiar with, […]

An incoming Duck’s guide to 13th Avenue

By on Friday, Sep. 26 at 10:26 am.

‘Tis the season for freshmen to descend upon campus, begin the transition into dorm life, live away from home and, of course, search for restaurants in their new town. The Emerald asked freshmen and upperclassmen alike what places they would recommend and where they want to explore. Thirteenth Avenue boasts a wide variety of food and […]

University of Oregon welcomes freshmen with annual ‘Week of Welcome’

By on Thursday, Sep. 25 at 11:19 pm.

After freshmen have finished unpacking their last boxes and saying their final goodbyes to their parents, they can jump right into experiencing college life. University of Oregon Housing has arranged a weekend full of events for incoming students to enjoy. Thursday: Ducks N2 the Rec From 9 p.m. until midnight tonight, freshmen can attend a mini […]

Coffee on campus and around Eugene

By on Thursday, Sep. 25 at 3:44 pm.

College students are essentially machines for turning coffee into homework and term papers. Luckily, there are as many different places to buy coffee in Eugene as there are different flavors for your latte. Here are the best options near campus, besides Starbucks. All drink prices are for the 16 ounce size. On-campus coffee shops: Lillis Cafe (1st […]

Get lost in Eugene’s downtown ‘Barmuda Triangle’

By on Monday, Sep. 22 at 12:53 am.

For seasoned Eugenians, the downtown bar scene is synonymous with its namesake: The Barmuda Triangle. It’s a relatively small area that’s easy to get lost in and you’ll likely lose part of your evening as well. The guide below should help you navigate the infamous area without trepidation. Jameson’s Bar The groovy ’70s flow that […]

You’ll be sick of these songs by the end of fall term

By on Monday, Sep. 22 at 12:55 am.

Pop music thrives in the summer. Better weather and more free time means more parties, and more parties means more bangers. But once the leaves begin to fall and the grindstone starts turning once again, only the songs of the summer will remain, incongruously bouncing around our heads and thwarting our attempts to shake our […]

Bromfield: SHXCXCHCXSH revives witch-house aesthetics for actual house music

By on Friday, Sep. 19 at 1:47 pm.

SHXCXCHCXSH didn’t exactly make it easy for themselves — just look at their name. Yet this isn’t the first time we’ve seen unpronounceable names in electronic music. The witch house movement of the early ’10s was full of vowelless or symbol-filed monikers, from (///▲▲▲\\\) to †‡†.  Those acts adopted a similarly dark image to SHXCXCHCXSH, and […]