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Perry Library Looks to Improve After Survey

Jonah Grinkewitz Staff WriterThe results are in for the survey conducted by ODU’s Perry Library assessing how students, faculty and staff rate their services. It focused on three areas: the quality of the library as a space, the effectiveness of service, and [...]

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Beanpot final, Boston College await men’s hockey

With two first-period goals and one empty-netter later, the No. 9 Boston University men’s hockey team defeated Northeastern University in the Beanpot Tournament semifinal, guaranteeing the Terriers a spot in Monday’s championship game against No. 4 Boston College. After a [...]

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Legend pianist showcases his talents in annual piano festival

Pianist Abbey Simon plays one of his iconic renditions in Dudley Recital Hall on Friday afternoon.  |  Justin Cross/The Cougar Moores School of Music started off the 33rd annual International Piano Festival weekend event with a special guest, Abbey Simon. [...]

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Trailer Talk: ‘Green Room’

Movie trailers are like free samples at Costco: The good ones excite you and leave you wanting more, while the bad ones make you cringe. Each week, A&E columnist Matthew Fernandez will dissect movie trailers and analyze the Hollywood fare [...]

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Women’s lacrosse opens season as an official extramural sport

BYU women’s lacrosse defeated Utah State 16-6 in their first home game as an official BYU extramural sport. “We had this extra energy because this is the first,” said BYU head coach Nikki Dabrowski. “And firsts are always so exciting.” [...]

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ASUC SUPERB’S spring 2016 film screening lineup

Julie Liu/Staff Feb. 26 at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Wheeler Auditorium — ‘Spectre’ ($3 with Cal ID, $5 without) Start your weekend off by heading out to Wheeler Auditorium to screen a new cinematic classic. Despite being the 24th [...]

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News Briefs

K-State infectious disease expert advocates for virus research As the Zika virus, a mosquito-borne virus outbreak grows, Director of the Biosecurity Research Institute Stephen Higgs advocates for research. “One of the strengths that we have here at the Biosecurity Research [...]

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Alex Vermillion Explores Language and Identity

How often do you stop and analyze the thousands upon thousands of words you use each day? Do you often think about how language is evolving or how your use of words can deny other people access to conversations? For [...]

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Rising cost, rising conflict: Students don’t feel heard as UO raises tuition

Carrying signs saying “I’m not a piggy bank” and “Are these numbers even real?”, about 50 students rallied in front of Johnson Hall last Wednesday to protest another proposed tuition hike — this one even higher than last year’s. This [...]

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