Topic: Oregon

Team chemistry and training helps Oregon color guard perform before 60,000 fans

By on Monday, Oct. 20 at 4:59 pm.

The first time Marissa Chizum held a flag was just hours before her first performance on the football field with the University of Oregon’s color guard. Like many of the members of UO’s 25-person team, Chizum had zero experience before she joined. “It was a lot of patience and repetition before the actual pregame,” Chizum […]

Meet Bucketfeet: The new shoe company created by a UO alum

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

Seven years ago University of Oregon alum Aaron Firestein was sketching designs on plain white Vans to sell on Facebook. Today, Firestein is releasing a new line of shoes as a representative who was named on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, all thanks to his company: BucketFeet. As a college senior, Firestein knew he would do something creative as […]

Photos: Rain not a problem for new sorority members on bid day

By on Wednesday, Oct. 15 at 8:30 am.

The weeklong recruitment process for the University of Oregon’s sorority community concluded on a rainy Tuesday afternoon in the EMU amphitheater as hundreds of potential new members (PNMs) opened their bid day envelopes to find out which Greek house they were  voted into. Some 905 girls participated in recruitment this year with 217 voluntarily dropping […]

Triple threat: Steven Kyker still has his blue wristband from the Triathlon World Championships

By on Monday, Oct. 13 at 12:40 pm.

University of Oregon freshman Steven Kyker wears a blue wristband. It’s one of those plastic ones that gets you into venues, often times concerts. Usually, it is cut off the moment you get home. He left his on, both to win a bet and serve as a reminder. “I don’t like to live in the […]

Oregon women’s soccer: Ducks lose 2-1 to Colorado on late goal

By on Sunday, Oct. 12 at 5:59 pm.

After taking an early lead Oregon women’s soccer couldn’t find a way to hold on, losing 2-1 against Colorado Sunday afternoon at Papé Field. “Pac-12 points are hard to come by,” Oregon coach Kat Mertz said. “You are always fighting for a point here or there, so to see it disappear like that is disappointing.” […]

Winter wardrobe refresher

By on Friday, Oct. 10 at 2:35 pm.

As the gloomiest months in Eugene approach, students are dusting off their cold weather pieces they so happily stored away sometime last spring term. However, being Oregonians, we embrace every season the Pacific Northwest has to offer, from 20 degree snow days to 95 degree tailgates. Worn-out boots, stained sweatshirts and ripped rain jackets all […]

Emerald Quick Hits: Former Oregon quarterback Dennis Dixon signed by Cardinals

By on Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 6:17 pm.

- The Arizona Cardinals signed former Oregon football quarterback Dennis Dixon. The Cardinals are the fifth team for Dixon to play for, who’s also played for the Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles, Baltimore Ravens and Pittsburgh Steelers. During his time at Oregon, he was an All-American honorable mention. – After Oregon football’s Thursday night loss to […]

West University Crime Map

By on Friday, Oct. 10 at 4:55 pm.

Mill Street may not be a part of the University of Oregon campus, but you wouldn’t be able to tell based on the crime log. In general, call volume increased over the weekend, but last Tuesday reined in crime reported to authorities. The bulk of these calls involved larceny. Including crimes such as theft, burglary, […]

Video: Tinder Talk

By on Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 5:29 pm.

With 1.5 billion Tinder profiles matching with other users 2 billion times, the app’s popularity hasn’t slowed down. But with its popularity comes the occasional offensive pickup lines and awkward first impressions. With that in mind, the Emerald asked some UO students about their experiences with the popular dating app.

Pair of Oregon men’s basketball players caught shoplifting

By on Saturday, Oct. 4 at 7:13 pm.

More legal trouble for the Oregon men’s basketball team. On September 12 seniors Jalil Abdul-Bassit and Elgin Cook ran into trouble with the law after they were caught shoplifting from the Market of Choice on Franklin Boulevard in the late afternoon, according to the Register-Guard. Rather than being taken into custody both were cited with theft […]

Despite ‘snub’ in preseason rankings, Oregon men’s club rugby ready for season

By on Friday, Oct. 3 at 8:02 am.

Coming into the new season, it feels like nobody believes in Oregon men’s club rugby. In a preseason poll ranking the top rugby programs in the nation, several teams from the Northwest Collegiate Rugby Conference placed highly on the list. Oregon, which ended up losing last year in the conference championship game, wasn’t even mentioned, […]

Oregon can’t overcome mistakes in 31-24 loss to Arizona

By on Friday, Oct. 3 at 1:33 am.

The stage was set for Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota to notch another Heisman moment under his belt. With Oregon starting on its own nine-yard line, down by a touchdown, Autzen Stadium still had plenty of believers filling the stands. However, when the clock struck 2:11, any hope of Oregon clinging to an undefeated season was […]