Student Abroad Trips Affected by Ebola

EUGENE, Ore. — Ebola is spreading in the United States, and the effects are being felt at the University of Oregon, as multiple study abroad programs are re-thinking trips to Africa. As of right now, a study abroad program through the science department has been cancelled. It would have sent six UO students to Ghana … Continue reading »

Loved Ones Remember Alex Rovello

PORTLAND/EUGENE, Ore. — On Saturday, friends and family gathered to remember a University of Oregon athlete who died in a drowning accident the week before. The funeral for 21-year-old Alex Rovello was held in Portland that afternoon. So many people arrived to pay their respects, the church brought in a production company to pipe the … 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 »

UO Begins Anti-Bullying Campaign

EUGENE, Ore. — University of Oregon students are working with former Duck football player LaMichael James to stop bullying in the Eugene-Springfield area. The journalism students are working on the anti-bullying campaign as part of a national public relations contest. They enlisted James’ services to help teach kids the importance of respecting themselves and each … Continue reading »