Topic: ABC

Fall’s Hottest New Drama: Why “How To Get Away With Murder” is Killing It

By on Friday, Oct. 10 at 10:37 am.

Caution, spoiler alerts ahead: ABC recently premiered it’s newest drama; you know, that one we saw previews for all summer with that One Republic song and Viola Davis furiously writing on a chalkboard, being a woman boss as per usual. Yes, the academy award nominee stars in ABC’s new hit drama titled “How To Get […]

‘The Bachelor’ finale recap: A ‘controversial’ ending

By on Tuesday, Mar. 11 at 2:11 pm.

SPOILER ALERT The last words America’s least-favorite bachelor mumbled were, “Don’t get cranky,” as he embraced Nikki after choosing not to give her the ring in his pocket. “The Bachelor” wrapped up its 18th season last night. Soccer star Juan Pablo didn’t offer a ring to either Nikki Ferrell nor Clare Crawley. Gasp! How controversial! Yet […]

Issues with Cover Oregon site continue to delay enrollment

By on Wednesday, Jan. 15 at 9:56 pm.

It’s been three months since Cover Oregon‘s website launched on Oct. 1 to allow Oregonians to enroll for health insurance, but due to problems with the site, many University of Oregon students have had troubles signing up for coverage. UO Health Insurance Coordinator Kellie Shelton has spoken with students who encounter problems with Cover Oregon […]

Gameday: How to best spend your winter break

By on Monday, Dec. 16 at 11:56 am.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. With Christmas coming quicker than De’Anthony Thomas on a football field, the college football bowl season is the perfect entertainment to sustain everyone over winter break. This year’s slate of games has the makings of classics with dramatic finishes as high-octane offenses and smash-mouth defenses battle head-to-head […]

Film: A trip down movie memory lane

By on Thursday, May. 16 at 10:26 am.

Computer science major Alexander Stein’s favorite movie is “WALL-E.” Senior science major JoAnna Wendel’s favorite movie is “Aladdin.” Junior Julia Rogers prefers “Megamind.” The trend? Sometimes, college students enjoy movies a bit outside their demographic. The college student demographic is one used often in films to appeal to a wide variety of audiences. Films from […]

Film/TV: How to watch TV without cable or satellite

By on Wednesday, Apr. 17 at 10:15 am.

Eugene cable and satellite options are not only lacking but expensive, making busting out cash to the few monopolies in town a painful endeavor. But the Internet provides a multitude of alternatives to watch your favorite shows and movies — legally — without going through those two options. The first, and most obvious, is Netflix. Eight […]

TV: ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’ making a comeback?

By on Wednesday, Mar. 13 at 2:39 pm.

Oh, by the way, Whose Line is coming back. More details later. — Colin Mochrie (@colinmochrie) March 1, 2013   Improv and comedy fans, rejoice: The cult classic television show — “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” — is returning after six years off the air. ABC was home to this hilarious improvisational comedy television show […]

ESPN’s College GameDay returns to Eugene for Stanford game

By on Sunday, Nov. 11 at 6:12 pm.

ESPN’s College GameDay is headed to Eugene for Oregon’s Pac-12 North Division matchup with Stanford. This will be the fourth-straight season the Ducks have hosted College GameDay and its seventh trip to Eugene. Kickoff is set for 5 p.m. and the game will be broadcast nationally on ABC. With a win, the Ducks would clinch […]