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Opinion: Dating apps are not always the safest or most efficient way to meet someone, and there are things to consider before you swipe.
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The academic continuity plan aims to establish a protocol that puts faculty, not administrators, in charge of emergency grades in the event of a significant academic disruption.
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Today is Save Student Newsrooms day. As the independent student newspaper, the Daily Emerald is the uncensored voice of students on UO’s campus. But that independence comes with a cost, and we need your support.
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Oregon men's tennis was bounced in the first round of the Pac-12 Tournament, ending the season on a nine-match losing streak.
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Opinion: Social media users seem to be chasing experiences for the sole purpose of posting about them.
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Despite the windy conditions at Eugene Country Club, Oregon men's golf finished tied for fifth at the Pac-12 Championships.
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Beginning April 29, several traffic lanes and sidewalks will be closed on Franklin Boulevard as construction starts on the sky bridge that will connect the new Knight Campus with other UO research facilities.
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Daily Emerald Apr 24
Shawn Medow takes you through all of the Oregon Ducks sports of the week to get you caught up, with the Daily Emerald. Check out episode three of the term!
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Daily Emerald Apr 24
UO's Ethnic Studies program is not only undergoing a name change next fall, but will also welcome its first cohort of PhD-bound students in 2021.
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Daily Emerald Apr 24
After the ASUO polls closed on April 11, a trio of ballot measures passed that will impact the imminent future of UO student government. Here's a full breakdown of the 2019 measures and what they mean for campus. 📲⬇️:
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Daily Emerald Apr 24
Americans have gone crazy over coconut oil in the past several years, making the U.S. the largest importer of the product. But what are the environmental impacts of this increase in demand? Here's a closer look at the effects of the coconut oil craze.
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Daily Emerald Apr 24
Oregon softball swept its double-header against Portland State behind timely offense in both games.
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Daily Emerald Apr 23
Check out episode three of the Emerald GamesCast podcast for the latest news in the world of video games. 🎮🎙:
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Daily Emerald Apr 23
Review: Though “Her Smell” is a gorgeous and psychologically fascinating film, some moments fall flat. 🎥⬇️:
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Daily Emerald Apr 23
Monday night's town hall meeting at the EMU detailed UO's current budgetary landscape amid cuts and rising tuition.
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Daily Emerald Apr 23
Take Back the Night is a national, non-profit organization that aims to create awareness about rape and sexual violence through events like the Take Back the Night rally.
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Daily Emerald Apr 22
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Daily Emerald Apr 22
With the acrobatics and tumbling national championship going down this week, take a look back at how the sport got started at UO and learn about Felecia Mulkey strive for "more action, more intensity and more athleticism."
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