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Football: Utes Turn Their Attention to ASU

It’s been said that practice makes perfect, and that seems to be true for No. 4 Utah. Especially in the last couple of weeks, the Utes are seeing their efforts on the practice field translate at game time on their way to being the last remaining undefeated Pac-12 team. The Utes have bought into the [...]

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Fed Up in Guatemala

Guatemalan protestors protest against President Otto Perez and the corruption of the political establishment in August 2015. As recently as a few months ago, Manuel Baldizon of the center-right Renewed Democratic Liberty party probably felt pretty good about his chances of becoming Guatemala’s 37th president. With a huge corruption scandal engulfing the leadership of the [...]

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Have you registered to vote?

The League of Women Voters of Lane County reminds students that Oct. 13, is the last day to register to vote or update registration information before the Nov. 3 election. Students can register online or in person at the Lane County elections located at 275 W. 10th  from 9 a.m. till 4 p.m. Mon. through Fri. [...]

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Net neutrality remains essential

By: Daily Editorial Board After Republicans inserted a provision into next year’s budget that would seriously undermine most existing net neutrality rules, Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., announced that he would fight against the change.    Most people receive their Internet service from one of a handful of providers. read more

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Coming to terms with ‘myself’

In the world of grammar, people have their own pet peeves — and, without bias, I often say mine is the most misunderstood on the planet: “myself.” A grammatical epidemic that has spread like wildfire from mouth to mouth, the misuse of reflexive pronouns is a verbal one, making it hard to treat and even [...]

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Give a Man a Fish

Ten years ago, Project RISHI, Rural India Social and Health Improvement, was founded at UCLA by Dr. Eri Srivatsan and four of the students working under him. Radio reporter Jonaki Mehta, photographer Sonja Bartlett and an external translator, Ravindranath Chandran, spent nine days in Vadamanappakkam covering the progress and effectiveness of Project RISHI’s initiatives and exploring [...]

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More than 50 members of psychology department sign statement against campus carry

As UT continues to discuss implementing campus carry, more than 50 members of the psychology department signed a statement voicing opposition to the law. This statement is against Senate Bill 11, which was passed by the 84th Legislature in the summer and will allow concealed handgun owners to legally carry on a college campus, starting [...]

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Greg Page discusses climate change, impacts on agriculture

Greg Page, executive director at Cargill, led the second Henry C. Gardiner Global Food Systems lecture, “Climate Change and the Future of Food Production,” addressing how climate change plays into agriculture’s future on Monday. “It is certainly a fitting time to discuss (climate change in food production),” Page said. “This is also a fitting place [...]

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Journey of hope speakers ask students to reconsider the death penalty

Terri Steinberg was one of the Journey of Hope speakers that spoke about her son being on death row. | Pablo Milanese/The Cougar The Law Center, in conjunction with the Graduate College of Social Work, hosted a talk on the death penalty Monday at the University Center to promote forgiveness during times of loss and hopelessness. [...]

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Florida men’s swimming and diving defeats Minnesota while women tie Gophers

After the No. 5 Gators women’s swimming team routed the Vanderbilt Commodores with a 193-69 victory on Thursday, the team traveled to Minneapolis, Minnesota to meet with the UF men’s squad to take on

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