UO Students Burglarized in Ghana

EUGENE, Ore. — Some University of Oregon students say they were the victims of crime while studying overseas. Dozens of their items stolen while they slept, but they’re not letting the experience ruin the opportunity to learn. The prestigious six-week program immerses students in Ghana media with internships at major media organizations. And even though … Continue reading »

Journalist Ann Curry to Give UO Lecture

EUGENE, Ore. — Journalist and University of Oregon alumna Ann Curry is heading back to her alma mater at the end of the month. Curry will present the 2013 Ruhl Lecture on ethics on Thursday, Feb. 28 at 6:30 p.m. in the Ford Alumni Center. The lecture is free, but you do have to pre-register … Continue reading »

New UO Journalism School Building Opens

EUGENE, Ore. — Spirits were high among University of Oregon journalism students who started winter term in a new building. After 18 months and $15 million, the newly designed Allen Hall re-opened Monday. The three-story transformation added 18,000 square feet of space, which now holds more classrooms, labs and study spaces. Students say the new … Continue reading »