UO Could Build New Dorm

EUGENE, Ore. — A new multi-million dollar dorm could be coming to the University of Oregon, adding hundreds of rooms. If approved, the $45 million building will add 500 new rooms for students and construction will begin in April of 2016. The target date for completion is set for August of 2017. The plan is … Continue reading »

Students Move into UO Dorms

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon campus was bustling with activity Thursday, as the newest Ducks moved into the dorms. It was all part of unpack the quack. Thousands of new students hauled in boxes packed with clothes, bedding, fridges, TVs and more. Student volunteers and school staff were there to help students move … Continue reading »

OSU Students Move in to Dorms

CORVALLIS, Ore. — It’s move-in day for students at Oregon State University. Thousands of students lined up at different residence halls Tuesday to check in and get their keys. Students say they have mixed emotions about moving away from home, especially the freshmen. “I’m really nervous for this first week and the first week of … Continue reading »

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 »

Dorm Fire Evacuates Complex

EUGENE, Ore. — Hundreds of University of Oregon students spent Tuesday afternoon on the lawn outside their dorms, after a basement-dorm fire led to the evacuation of the entire residence complex. Fire crews say the blaze began in the basement of Dunn Hall, sending smoke through the stairways and setting off fire alarms through all … Continue reading »

New OSU Dorms to Attract All Students

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Oregon State University changed up its new residence hall plans to accommodate a wider variety of students. OSU officials say originally it was designed for upperclassmen, but they’ve made some changes to make it more accommodating to freshman as well. Administrators modified the original plan by increasing the amount of students per … Continue reading »