“Dog Tags to Ducks” Supports Veterans

EUGENE, Ore. — Transitioning back to civilian life can be hard for some veterans, especially for those choosing to go back to college after serving their country. That’s why the University of Oregon program “Dog Tags to Ducks” was started, in hopes of making that move a little easier. The program has been around for … Continue reading »

UO Call Names of Fallen Soldiers

EUGENE, Ore. — Thousands of fallen soldiers are being honored with a National Roll Call at the University of Oregon. From 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Tuesday, volunteers read names of fallen soldiers who fought in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom. Seven thousand names were called during the nine hour reading and student … Continue reading »

UO Asks for Input in President Search

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon recruited some help as it searches for its new president. Monday night was the third of a series of public forums where people could explain what they’re looking for in a president. Only a few people showed up including one couple who came because of the attention the … Continue reading »

Middle School Students Unveil Mural

EUGENE, Ore. — Kelly Middle School students are making an effort to clean up their community. Monday they unveiled a very special piece of artwork they’ve been working on for months. The mural is on the side of Valley Restaurant Equipment which used to be a wall of graffiti. But now it’s a painting in … Continue reading »

30th Anniversary of Deadly UO Shooting

EUGENE, Ore. — It’s been 30 years this Wednesday, since a deadly shooting at the University of Oregon killed an Olympic athlete and wounded another. Bill DeForrest, a retired captain with Eugene police, says he still remembers that day in 1984 when the sniper, Michael Feher, stood on top of Autzen Stadium and fired shots. … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Helfrich on Brown’s Injury

EUGENE — Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich discusses Oregon’s win 51-27 win over Utah and talks about tight end Pharaoh Brown’s season ending injury during his weekly Sunday press conference on November 9, 2014      

Kenneth Bae Returns Home

SEATTLE, Was. — Kenneth Bae, one of two American detainees released from a North Korean prison and brought home Saturday, was a former University of Oregon student. Bae was taken almost exactly two years ago and friends say bringing Bae back wasn’t easy. It’s been a long road and fight for the Korean-American missionary, who … Continue reading »

90by30 Initiative Holds Volunteer Fair

EUGENE, Ore. — The 90by30 Initiative is looking for help reducing child abuse and neglect in Lane county by 90% by 2030. A recent survey done by the Center for the Prevention of Abuse and Neglect (CPAN) at the University of Oregon found that more than 98% percent of Lane County residents agree adults should … Continue reading »

Student Allegedly Robbed and Assaulted

EUGENE, Ore. — A University of Oregon student says he was robbed and assaulted on Agate Street just south of 15th Avenue in the early morning Saturday, November 8. The student said he was walking north on Agate with a group of five male friends just after midnight, when the group was approached by two unknown … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Ducks After Beating Utah

Oregon head coach Mark Helfrich: Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota: Oregon linebacker Joe Walker: Oregon kicker Aidan Schneider:

Older posts «

» Newer posts