Football Clinic Caters to Women

EUGENE, Ore. — Hundreds of women took the practice field Thursday night to learn all about touchdowns, tackling and timeouts — and they really got into it. About 400 women showed up for the annual University of Oregon Women’s Football Clinic. Coaches ran through drills for each position showing the groups where to stand and … Continue reading »

Partnership to Help Create Startups

EUGENE, Ore. — Governor John Kitzhaber stopped in Eugene Wednesday to sign a declaration of cooperation that could help boost our local economy. The Regional Accelerator and Innovation Network is expected to create tech start-ups here in the Willamette Valley and keep these companies in the local area. Something business leaders say is a win-win … 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 »

Two Felony Incidents Near UO Campus

EUGENE, Ore. — University of Oregon Police are alerting students of two alleged felony incidents, one involving an alleged sexual assault. The incidents happened within a week of each other, and anyone with a university email address received the crime alert. Students say the message sparked concern, especially following the investigation involving three UO basketball … Continue reading »

UO Emails Students on Campus Violence

EUGENE, Ore. — Just hours after students rallied and demanded answers from¬†administrators, UO President Michael Gottfredson sent out an email talking about ‘difficult and sensitive’ issues impacting the UO. ¬†The rallies are in response to the MBB rape allegations. Three players were accused, but never charged. They have since been kicked off the team. Here’s … Continue reading »

UO Released Timeline of Rape Allegations

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon has released a timeline of the rape investigation into three former MBB players. The timeline comes just days after administrators announced the players accused, but never never charged, will not play with the team next year. The report uses facts from the Eugene Police Department police report into … Continue reading »

UO Sex Crime Statistics

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon Coalition to End Sexual Violence repeatedly emphasized the need to survey the rates of sexual assaults on campus. So KEZI 9 News took a look into cases reported on campus during the past few years and found the number of forcible sex crimes on campus is on the … Continue reading »

Huge Crowd for UO Athletics Surplus Sale

Eugene, Ore. — Thousands of duck fans were at the Moshofsky Center Saturday morning, but there wasn’t a game, it was the Annual UO Athletics Surplus Sale. The crowd was huge, filled with people eager to get their hands on football jerseys, helmets, cleats, pads, not to mention basketball shoes and gear, and baseball equipment, … Continue reading »

UO Officials Speak on Rape Allegations

On Friday, University of Oregon administrators and athletic officials spoke for the first time since news broke that three men’s basketball players were accused, but not charged with rape. Here is our comprehensive team coverage of the day’s events, which included press conferences with UO President Michael Gottfredson, Director of Athletics Rob Mullens and Vice … Continue reading »

Dana Altman Speaks on Rape Allegations

Following Friday morning’s press conference with University of Oregon administrators, head men’s basketball coach Dana Altman met with the media to discuss the rape allegations surrounding Damyean Dotson, Dominic Artis and Brandon Austin. Dotson, Artis and Austin have all been kicked off the team and will not be back next season. Athletic Director Rob Mullens … Continue reading »

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