OSU Names Residence Hall After Graduate

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The first male African-American student to graduate from Oregon State University is being recognized, after the campus decided to name its newest on-campus residence hall after him. William Tebeau graduated from then Oregon State College in 1948 with an engineering degree, but was denied a room on campus because of the color … Continue reading »

UO Students Lighten their Loads

EUGENE, Ore. — High schoolers are learning a lesson in real life while teaming up with the University of Oregon’s housing department to move students out of the dorms. The program “Lighten Your Load” allows students to donate unwanted items to the Springfield Public Schools Family Resource Center. Food for Lane County also benefits from … Continue reading »

UO Students Move Out

EUGENE, Ore. — Four-thousand University of Oregon students are emptying their dorms and moving off campus this week. So what does this mean for the campus community — and neighboring businesses? Forty percent of the student body lives on campus. That means come Friday nearly half of all UO students will be packed up and … Continue reading »