UO Releases Public Documents

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon has started to release public records requests relating to communications involving the rape investigation surrounding three former basketball players. The students were never charged with a crime. The records don’t give us much insight because most have been redacted. KEZI 9 News, along with other local, state and … 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 »

Students to Ask for Requirement Change

EUGENE, Ore. — Following the sexual assault allegations involving three former UO men’s basketball players, students will be making recommendations at a University of Oregon Senate forum Wednesday, aimed at ending sexual violence on campus. Students with the Safer Campus Campaign say they’ll ask the school to expand the UO’s multicultural education requirement to include … Continue reading »

UO Group Says Demands Go Unanswered

EUGENE, Ore. — Frustrated students from the University of Oregon Coalition to End Sexual Violence rallied Thursday as their demands to UO administration went unanswered. The rally was in response to a list of demands the group of students presented to UO administration Monday. In their list of demands, students asked administrators to publicly apologize … Continue reading »

UO Students Rally Again

EUGENE, Ore. — Anger and outrage on the University of Oregon campus continues, one week after police released reports linking three basketball players to a rape investigation. A few dozen people from the University of Oregon Coalition to End Sexual Violence handed administration a list of demands on how they want the university to respond … Continue reading »

UO President to Address Alleged Rape

EUGENE, Ore. — The¬†University of Oregon President Michael Gottfredson, Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Rob Mullens and Vice President for Student Affairs Robin Holmes will be addressing the media¬†Friday at 11 a.m. regarding the recent sexual assault case involving three UO men’s basketball players. They are expected to provide information and answer questions about the status … Continue reading »

Students Rally Against Sexual Violence

EUGENE, Ore. — Hundreds of students rallied at the University of Oregon campus Thursday, expressing their anger over how the alleged rape investigation involving three basketball players was handled. Just before noon, students started to gather and very quickly there were hundreds standing together, outraged there wasn’t more action taken after three basketball players were … Continue reading »

WEB EXTRA: DA Responds to Rape Case

EUGENE, Ore. — The rape investigation involving three University of Oregon basketball players continues to gain attention on and off campus. The university says it knew about the case hours after the alleged victim came forward, but it didn’t take action, at the request of the Eugene Police Department. The three players–Brandon Austin, Dominic Artis … Continue reading »

DA Explains Decision Not to File Charges

EUGENE, Ore. — The Lane County District Attorney is speaking out about his decision not to file charges against three University of Oregon basketball players named in a rape investigation. The question on everyone’s minds is why did the UO wait months to respond to rape allegations against three basketball players. District Attorney Alex Gardner … Continue reading »

UO Groups React to Rape Allegations

EUGENE, Ore. — Some student groups at the University of Oregon say they will not stay silent regarding an alleged rape involving three members of the UO men’s basketball team. With the players’ futures with the team uncertain and potential struggles for the team ahead, a student volunteer with the ASUO Women’s Center says she’d … Continue reading »

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