Alex Rovello, it’s painful to write words in your absence that you deserved to read in life, but it’s the only option we have left. The following message is drawn primarily from memories shared tonight by the incredible number of people who you touched during your short lifetime. I wish I’d had the opportunity to [...]
Hundreds of students will gather Thursday, April 25 in Salem, Ore., to rally for higher education funding. The march will include students from 26 different schools throughout the state as a part of an ongoing statewide effort from the Oregon Student Association to advocate for more funding from Oregon schools, increase financial aid program budgets and seek [...]
Coach Helfrich talks spring game, deciding format and Brian Teague changing positions.
Earl Blumenauer is a U.S. Representative from Oregon’s third district. He visited the University of Oregon Friday to participate in an all-day symposium, A Step Forward: Creating a Just Drug Policy for the United States. The Emerald sat down with Blumenauer to talk about his report titled “The Path Forward: Rethinking Federal Policy on Marijuana.” [...]
Earl Blumenauer, U.S. Representative from Oregon’s 3rd district, visited the University of Oregon Friday and participated in the all-day symposium, A Step Forward: Creating a Just Drug Policy for the United States. The symposium — held at the William Knight Law School — focused on U.S. drug policy, an issue in which many, including Blumenauer, [...]
A Campus Crime Alert went out to all University of Oregon students Saturday morning, reporting an unknown man was roaming around Tingle Hall in the Hamilton Complex. According to witnesses, the uninvited guess was looking into the shower area where a female student was showering. He was also found going into a woman’s room and [...]
Oregon track and field faces its stiffest test of the season against the formidable Texas A&M. Here’s a closer look at how two of the nation’s best teams stack up against each other ahead of Saturday’s Pepsi Invitational at historic Hayward Field. 4 — Top four teams in the nation will compete — the No. 2 [...]
What do “The Goonies,” “Stand By Me” and “Animal House” have in common? Besides being awesome movies, they were also all shot in our favorite rainy state, Oregon. But you probably knew that — Eugene-based “Animal House” fills every fraternity at the UO with a special kind of pride, it’s hard to visit Astoria without [...]
(No. 9) Arizona State upsets (No. 8) Stanford, 89-88, advances to play UCLA The MGM Grand Garden Arena churned out another entertaining show on Wednesday, a bit earlier in the day than most performances, but not any less exciting. Arizona State bested Stanford in the first game of the Pac-12 conference tournament in Las Vegas [...]
Video: Acrobatics & tumbling head coach/founder Felecia Mulkey reflects on the first years of the sport
The sport of Acrobatics & Tumbling has only been around for a few years, but it is already catching on all over the country. Felecia Mulkey is not only the founder of the sport, but also the head coach of the University of Oregon team. As the sport continues to flourish, Mulkey reflects on how [...]
“What am I supposed to do again when someone tells me they’ve been sexually assaulted?” Casey Drobnick heard this question dozens of times in University of Oregon dorm halls. It was common for resident assistants like Drobnick to ask. Again. And again. The 21-year-old UO junior didn’t know she was a mandatory reporter until summer [...]
After starting off the season with a 4-0 sweep, head coach George Horton and shortstop J.J. Altobelli talk about the road trip and how this great start will provide momentum for the rest of season.
Zone Read AM: Roller coaster year continues in Pac-12, pitchers and catchers report to spring training
What a year in the Pac-12. Oregon, Arizona and UCLA are in a first place tie with the Ducks clinging to the tiebreaker, but the next six teams are all one really good weekend away from first place in the conference. With a home loss to Cal, Arizona lost temporary grip of first place in the [...]
Bluegrass inspired folk rock jams — it’s a formula that has defined the personality and character of the Alder Street All-Stars. The very conception of the group was an organic process. Unlike many bands, the All-Stars originally came together to fill a slot at a benefit concert held at the Campbell Club Student Cooperative. They [...]
Duck football wasn’t the only team adding a few new Ducks today — Oregon’s track and field team picked up some highly-touted native Oregonians as well. Though Aloha, Ore., running back Thomas Tyner committed to Oregon for football, head football coach Mark Helfrich hinted at a press conference this afternoon that Tyner and Devon Allen [...]
Oregon has released its full list of recruits for the year. Here’s the crop of new Ducks, according to the athletics department: JUNIOR COLLEGE Joe Walker, LB, 6-2, 225, So., Palos Verdes, Calif. (LA Harbor College/Palos Verdes HS) HIGH SCHOOL Five-star recruits: Thomas Tyner, RB, 5-11, 201, Aloha, Ore. (Aloha HS) Four-star recruits: Devon Allen, [...]
Video: Men’s basketball head coach Dana Altman on the recent losses and upcoming games against Colorado & Utah
After losing two straight games against Stanford & California, and dropping to #19 in the AP Poll, Dana Altman prepares his team for the upcoming home series vs. Colorado & Utah
ASUO Senator and founder of UOSLAP recalls the first and only time he was arrested.