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  • The Politics of Sports

    EUGENE, Ore. — With more than 177 countries represented at the World Junior Championships this week, some athletes are representing war-torn countries, and sometimes different sides of the same war compete against each other. “Separate the political issues from the sport,” said Bader Naser, the Bahrainian coach. Naser, a coach from the middle-eastern island of … Continue reading »

  • Students Get a Taste of World Politics

    EUGENE, Ore. — More than 300 Eugene area high school students stepped away from their classrooms and into the world of politics Friday. The high schoolers simulated a United Nations summit at the Eugene International Eurasian Conference. Dressed in traditional attire from around the world, the students debated world issues. Students say the conference taught them … Continue reading »

  • Memorial Held for Governor Atiyeh

    SALEM, Ore. — Governor Kitzhaber ordered all flags at public institutions statewide to be lowered and flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset Wednesday in honor of Victor Atiyeh, who served as Oregon governor from 1979 to 1987. A memorial for the former governor just took place Wednesday morning, in Salem at the capitol. A … Continue reading »

  • Wells Tested Around Race Event

    LEBANON, Ore. — Sprint jet boat races are likely coming back to Lebanon this weekend after the State Watermaster gave the event a preliminary green light – despite neighbors’ concerns about their wells drying up. The United States Sprint Boat Association is hosting the world championship event over Labor Day weekend, and says it will … Continue reading »

  • Gov. Kitzhaber Saves Woman

    PORTLAND, Ore. — Oregon’s governor put his medical skills to the test to help save a woman’s life, Monday. Portland Fire says the woman stopped breathing after overdosing on drugs. She was near death, until Governor John Kitzhaber came to her rescue. Before getting into politics, the governor was an ER doctor in Roseburg. This … Continue reading »

  • Second Cougar Killed, Trap Set for Third

    EUGENE, Ore. — Another cougar has been trapped and killed near a popular Eugene park and workers at the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife are urging people to use caution because another one may still be near there. Last week ODFW trapped and fatally shot a cougar that was killing goats and chickens near … Continue reading »

  • Democracy in the 21st Century

    When: March 6, 2014 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
    Where: Knight Law Center, 1515 Agate Street #175, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97402, USA

    New Media, Race, and Participatory Politics: Democracy in the 21st Century Wayne Morse Center lecture and discussion featuring distinguished speaker Cathy Cohen, University of Chicago Department of Political Science. Cathy J. Cohen is the David … Continue reading »

  • Former FBI Fugitive Speaks at OSU

    CORVALLIS, Ore. — A former FBI fugitive wanted for manslaughter and armed robbery turned herself in after 23 years on the run, and on Thursday, she shared her story with the public. Katherine Power was trying to raise money to campaign against the Vietnam War in 1970. She says she and a group decided to … Continue reading »

  • Shots Fired in Capitol Hill Area

    (CNN) — Emergency vehicles swarmed the area of the U.S. Capitol on Thursday after an order given over the speaker system told people to shelter in place because of an active shooting situation. Sources tell CNN the situation involved a car chase that ended at the Capitol. The Capitol building went on lockdown immediately. Sources … Continue reading »

  • Expert Believes Bae is a Bargaining Tool

    EUGENE, Ore. — One political science professor at the University of Oregon describes the conditions of a work detention to be torturous and extreme. But, Tuong Vu said he doesn’t think Kenneth Bae, the former University of Oregon student, will be working on a North Korean farm for long. In the past, Vu traveled to … Continue reading »

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