UO Sex Assault Victim Releases Statement

EUGENE, Ore. — The woman who claimed three University of Oregon basketball players raped her is finally speaking out in an open letter. The letter, provided by her attorney, was then released by student-run newspaper, The Daily Emerald. In it, the woman says she’s angry about how the UO Athletic Department handled the alleged assault. … Continue reading »

Students Call for Blood Drive Changes

EUGENE, Ore. — Students at the University of Oregon will call for a change on a decades-old federal policy that prohibits gay men from donating blood. The ban was issued 31 years ago out of fear of AIDS, but some students say the ban is outdated. When it was issued in 1983, there were no … Continue reading »

Ducks Lose 7-2 to Vanderbilt

Courtesy: University of Oregon Athletics NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Extending a regular-season trend into the postseason, the Vanderbilt baseball team continues to capitalize on its homefield advantage — even when the Commodores are the “visiting” team.  Propelled by the strong pitching of Carson Fulmer, the top-seeded Commodores rolled to a 7-2 victory over No. 2-seeded Oregon on … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Ducks Flying to Nashville

Oregon head coach George Horton: Oregon pitcher Jake Reed: Oregon infielder Mitchell Tolman: EUGENE, Ore —  The Oregon Ducks baseball team is heading to the Country Music Capital of the World. The team learned Monday morning that they were selected as the No. 2 Seed in the Nashville, Tenn., regional, hosted by Vanderbilt. The Ducks (42-18, … Continue reading »

Ducks Punch Tickets to Oklahoma City

Oregon head coach Mike White, outfielder Janie Takeda, and pitcher Cheridan Hawkins: EUGENE, Ore – The #1 Oregon Ducks have punched their tickets to the Women’s College World Series in Oklahoma City after defeating Minnesota 6-2 Sunday to win the Super Regional.  This is the third WCWS appearance for Oregon, the others were in 1989 … Continue reading »

UO Holds Forum on Public Safety

EUGENE, Ore. — University of Oregon students continue to talk about campus safety, after recent rape allegations against three UO basketball players. Members of the safer education campaign spoke at the UO Senate forum in Lawrence Hall. They want the senate to draft legislation that requires at least one mandatory class to address gender, sexuality … Continue reading »

Oregon Student Evaluates Medford Space

MEDFORD, Ore. — The secret to opening more parks and green space in Medford could be as simple as applying what a college student learns in her capstone project. The Medford Planning Department and other agencies are working with a University of Oregon student to evaluate the city’s use of open space like parks and … Continue reading »

Dana Altman Speaks on Rape Allegations

Following Friday morning’s press conference with University of Oregon administrators, head men’s basketball coach Dana Altman met with the media to discuss the rape allegations surrounding Damyean Dotson, Dominic Artis and Brandon Austin. Dotson, Artis and Austin have all been kicked off the team and will not be back next season. Athletic Director Rob Mullens … Continue reading »

UO Students Protest Lack of Charges

EUGENE, Ore. — Hundreds of students in Eugene are protesting the lack of charges in the case against the three University of Oregon basketball players accused of rape. Protesters say they are outraged by the lack of accountability shown by the university. They say the school preaches a safe and valuable educational environment, but its … Continue reading »

Civil War Bounce-Back: Ducks Sweep Zona

Oregon head coach George Horton: Oregon catcher Shaun Chase: Oregon third baseman Mitchell Tolman: Oregon pitcher Brando Tessar: EUGENE, Ore.– One week after getting swept by Oregon State in the Civil War, the Duck baseball team showed its resiliency once again by completing a sweep of Arizona at PK Park. Shaun Chase hit a grand … Continue reading »

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