University of Oregon

Sports
4:01 pm
Fri May 16, 2014

Oregon Ducks Softball Team Wins First Game In NCAA Post Season Play

Credit Eric Evans/GoDucks.com

(Updated at 6:45pm 5-16)

The University of Oregon's softball team walked away with a convincing victory in the first game of the post season Friday. The Ducks defeated Utah Valley 12-1 at home in the NCAA Regional. The Ducks pitching staff struck out 11 of 18 batters they faced.

The Ducks entered the tournament ranked first in the nation. Before play began at the U of O's Howe Field, Head Coach Mike White said the ranking doesn't put any extra weight on the team's shoulders.

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Sexual Assault
11:28 am
Mon May 12, 2014

Advocates Put Pressure on UO President To Act Against Sexual Violence On Campus

The UO Coalition to End Sexual Violence held a rally on campus last week to protest how school dealt with recent sexual assault case.
Credit Rachael McDonald

The UO Coalition to End Sexual Violence is continuing to put pressure on University of Oregon president Michael Gottfredson. The group wants him to apologize to the campus community for how the administration dealt with a recent alleged sexual assault.

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Crime & Law
12:42 pm
Fri May 9, 2014

UO Administrators Respond To Sexual Assault Case

From left, UO Vice President for Student Affairs Robin Holmes, UO President Michael Gottfredson, and UO Athletic Director Rob Mullens respond to questions from the media.
Credit Rachael McDonald

University of Oregon President Michael Gottfredson and Athletic Director Rob Mullens spoke to the media for the first time Friday about the allegations of sexual assault against 3 members of the men's Basketball team.

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Sexual Assault
2:50 pm
Thu May 8, 2014

Students Protest Sexual Assault At University of Oregon

Students rally outside Johnson Hall at the University of Oregon
Credit Rachael McDonald

Students occupied the administration building on the University of Oregon campus today [Thursday]. They were protesting the recent alleged sexual assault of a young woman by 3 members of the men's basketball team.

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University of Oregon
12:02 pm
Tue May 6, 2014

Outrage at UO About Rape Report

Credit KLCC

The University of Oregon is reeling after a report released Monday about the alleged sexual assault of a young woman by three members of the Men's Basketball team.

The Lane County District Attorney's office  says it will not file charges against Damyean Dotson, Dominic Artis and Brandon Austin because of a lack of evidence. Eugene Police investigated the three Ducks for first degree rape. A female student says they sexually assaulted her repeatedly over several hours on the night of March 8th and early March 9th during and after a party near campus.

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Other News
7:00 am
Fri May 2, 2014

Back To Mac - Student Life Returns To Historic McArthur Court

Students celebrate on the floor of McArthur Court.
Credit Amanda Butt

For 84 years, the University of Oregon’s Mac Court, a.k.a. “The Pit,” was home to the school’s basketball teams, with nicknames including the Tall Firs and the Kamikaze Kids. It’s where Ducks went to register for classes. It hosted musical performances by the likes of Elvis, Frank Zappa and the grateful dead. Now, the building is being put to new use.

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University of Oregon
9:49 am
Fri April 25, 2014

UO Graduate Teaching Fellows Say Pay Falls Short

GTF union members rallied in February at the UO. The union plans to rally today [Friday 4/25] at Johnson Hall.
Credit Karen Richards

The Graduate Student Teaching Fellows union will meet Friday with the University of Oregon to try to find a solution in labor negotiations. The main sticking point is salary.

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University of Oregon
6:00 am
Thu April 24, 2014

Cinema Pacific Film Festival and the Adrenaline Film Project

Leigh Kilton-Smith

The Cinema Pacific Film Festival brings films and new media from countries which border the Pacific Ocean. It includes the annual Adrenaline Film Project, in which films are created and then shown in a 72-hour frenzy. A conversation with Cinema Pacific director Richard Herskowitz, and Leigh  Kilton-Smith, a mentor for the Adrenaline Film Project who has served as an acting coach for Jennifer Aniston and many others.

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City Club of Eugene
8:48 am
Mon April 21, 2014

Growing Forward: Maintaining Liveability Through Better Town-Gown Relations

Air Date: April 21, 2014

Meeting Date: April 18, 2014

A large institution of higher education in a small- or mid-sized town inevitably influences life in that locale. The Eugene-Springfield area is no exception. The UO brings the benefits of research and innovation, economic development, and employment opportunities. It brings new ideas, resources, and diverse people into the community.

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UO Knight Library
6:00 am
Tue April 15, 2014

Tom Spanbauer, I Loved You More

Tom Spanbauer

Tom Spanbauer is the author of five acclaimed novels, and the founder of the teaching form called Dangerous Writing. His latest novel I Loved You More looks at the workings of a very complicated love triangle. Before giving a reading on the UO campus on Tuesday evening, April 15th, he speaks with Eric Alan about the muse of the secret sore place.

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