Avoiding the real world by Oregon Daily EmeraldJan 01, 2010 “Four years and 180 credits later, it's here: the real world. Thousands of University students will receive their diplomas at graduation this June, but who says the working world has to be the next chapter of their lives? The transition from fraternity parties and occasional class attendance to the nine-to-five grind can be overwhelming.”
Weekend calendar by Oregon Daily EmeraldJan 01, 2010 “Thursday, June 4
GRADUATION: Senior Send-off, a celebration for the class of 2009
Where: EMU Amphitheater
When: 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
LECTURE: Scholars discuss the Tiananmen Square incident on its 20th anniversary Where: Knight Library Browsing Room When: 7 to 9 p.”
This weekend in sports by Oregon Daily EmeraldJan 01, 2010 “Today What: NBA Finals, Game 1 Who: Orlando Magic vs. Los Angeles Lakers When: 6 p.m., ABC Friday, June 5 What: NCAA Baseball Championships Super Regionals Who: Arkansas vs. Florida State When: 9 a.m., ESPN What: NCAA Baseball Championships Super Regionals Who: Rice vs.”
Stimulus helps UO research programs stay afloat by Oregon Daily EmeraldJan 01, 2010 “Research grants from the National Science Foundation funded through the federal stimulus bill could trickle down to the University, keeping intact a source of funding that topped $19 million in the 2007-08 academic year. Science departments could end up with building repairs and new equipment if the projects are approved first by the University and then by the foundation this summer.”
Thank a professor who has made an impact on you by Oregon Daily EmeraldJun 03, 2009 “The University has been a place of great growth and development for me. With graduation coming up, I am slowly realizing how much I am going to miss at this University. After four years here, I feel like I know the place better than my own backyard. I have made the best friends of my life here.”
America funding conflict by Oregon Daily EmeraldJun 03, 2009 “The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the longest international conflict since World War I, exceeding four decades of war and with no end in sight. Why not? There are many reasons (political, economic, religious), but one is by far more influential and detrimental than all others.”
Pacific Northwest brings "Ecotopia" to life by Oregon Daily EmeraldJun 03, 2009 “This is probably the last column I will ever write for the Emerald. After great trouble thinking of an appropriate topic - over-thinking it, no doubt - I settled on an odd idea that seems to resurface again and again in classes, social conversations and political proposals: Cascadian independence.”
Celebrating the Northwest's finest brews by Oregon Daily EmeraldJun 03, 2009 “The kegs will be tapped and crisp; flavorful beers ranging from bitter IPAs to dark ales will be filling cups all day long. Sasquatch Brew Fest began seven years ago to commemorate the life of famous Northwest brewer Glen Hay Falconer with a day of live music, delectable foods and some of the best craft-brewed beer the region has to offer.”
Kobe leads LA to title in six by Oregon Daily EmeraldJun 03, 2009 “I feel like I'm coming out of some deep sleep into the real world. The Orlando Magic? Really? Where the hell did they come from? It's amazing that the first time I actually realized they were that good of a team was when they handled the Cleveland Cavaliers in game one of the Eastern Conference Finals.”
Disclaimer: StudentsReview makes no claims, promises, or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or
adequacy of the contents of this site, and expressly disclaims liability for errors and omissions in the
contents of this site. Furthermore, StudentsReview is not affiliated with any University or Institution.