We approached week 4 at full speed ahead as many surprises were unloaded on to the ladies, including a camping trip and a drop-by at the mansion from Chris’s three sisters to pick one lucky woman to spend an enchanting evening with Chris. Cue Disney Cinderella plug. Well played ABC, well played. Down to just […]
With roles ranging from a magical witch to a struggling single mother, these five actresses are nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in the upcoming 87th Annual Academy Awards.
Francesca’s Boutique has been at the Oakway Center for almost two years, but the brand has been around since 1999. Their first store opened in Houston, Texas, and they now have more than 500 boutiques. According to the store manager, Kymmi Hanks, “Francesca’s is not your average store — it’s a boutique. We only get five […]
Following a three year study, the Semantic Mining of Activity, Social, and Health data project (SMASH) searches to find the connection between the influence of social networks and physical exercise, leading to weight loss.
Week three of The Bachelor left us with a few unmemorable departures and 17 women left in the running. Who’s on everyone’s mind from last week? Jillian and her censored booty, Britt who’s America’s newest sweetheart, the Ashleys both becoming crazier by the day and Kaitlyn and her man laugh. If you want to catch […]
The Emerald would like to clarify a preview that ran Wednesday online about University Theatre’s show love and information. The story that ran was intended to be a simple, objective summary of the play and its showtimes, but included the writer’s opinions about a dress rehearsal, creating a review of a production that was not yet finished. […]
Class120 is a new app that monitors if a college student is in class. When a student misses a class, a message will be sent to their parents’ phones notifying them of the absence. The service launched on Jan. 20 and works by having students upload their class schedule onto the program’s site. An app on […]
By Hannah Steinkopf-Frank Kim Marks loves to talk about sex. That’s why she decided to open As You Like It — The Pleasure Shop, Eugene’s first eco-friendly sex toy shop. As You Like It is not a sleazy, back alley sex toy shop. The store sells products that fit a wide range of sexual needs and […]
The band’s sound has changed over the years. But does the Chicago quartet’s latest effort retain that Fall Out Boy vibe?
Which playlist do you prefer? We’ve got two collections that will tell you whether you’ll appreciate Fall Out Boy’s latest.
The turn up was real on Saturday night as Washington, D.C. rapper Wale took the stage at the McDonald Theatre at about 10:30 p.m. during his Simply Nothing Tour, promoting the upcoming release of his record, The Album About Nothing. Wale’s music is a mix of soulful, percussion driven and lyrical romance songs that could […]
For an eye-opening and humanizing perspective on a disease that you think you’re familiar with, Still Alice is the film to go see. The novel-turned-film, which was released into theatres on Jan. 16, addresses a condition that is so often a minor part of films and left unanalyzed in terms of its effects. This is […]
Megan James of Purity Ring commanded the stage on Friday night at Eugene’s W.O.W. Hall. Local artists Tetra Bomb and Octonaut opened for the Edmonton native. Sweat was in the air. The sold-out show brought in a young, lively crowd that was ready to dance. James is one half of the electronic duo Purity Ring, […]
The small stage of the University of Oregon’s Pocket Playhouse was transformed into a living room on Friday night. The lights rose to reveal two respectable looking couples engaged in polite conversation. Any semblance of normalcy ended there. The Pocket’s production of God of Carnage is tense and absurd, but deliberately so. The over-the top characters, witty script […]
Just saying the name Marilyn Manson is sure to cause mixed feelings among any group. To many, he is a freak who is still lingering in the shadows of fame after peaking in the late ’90s. For others, he is the artist who created a place for misfits to feel safe in their own skin. […]
This winter term, the Emerald will release weekly podcasts that will cover campus news, arts, sports and everything in between. Our arts and culture podcast “Craig and Emerson Have Issues,” hosted by Multimedia Producer Craig Garcia and Associate Arts and Culture Editor Emerson Malone will feature an interview with a new student every week involved in the […]
This past weekend, Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper blew away every reasonable estimate on box office earnings and took home $107 million in its opening three-day weekend and made it the highest-grossing film to premiere in January. That’s a figure of which most summer blockbusters would be envious and is uncommon for an R-rated picture opening in the midst […]
It’s 2015, which for many college students, means another year in which events that seemed to have happened yesterday are now celebrating their fifth and tenth anniversaries. It may blow your mind how much these songs, albums and events have aged, so if you’re in the midst of a quarter-life crisis, I’d recommend you stop reading […]
In our Double Takes series, Emerald staff writers share their thoughts on new music with one another. Panda Bear Meets The Grim Reaper, the fifth and newest album from Animal Collective member Panda Bear is one of the first major album releases of 2015. Two of our music writers, Emerson Malone and Daniel Bromfield, met to discuss what makes […]
If you’re foaming at the mouth to get back to Westeros before the return of Game of Thrones on April 12, you’ll be able to do so on Jan. 30 exclusively in select IMAX theaters. HBO has remastered the last two episodes from season 4 (the extremely action-heavy “The Watchers on the Wall,” and the […]