"O" E-clips: highlights of media coverage involving the UO and its faculty and staff

UO E-Clips is a daily report prepared by Public Affairs Communications summarizing current news coverage of the University of Oregon.

Late Mentions for April 22

Earth Day 2014: UO architectural student's house idea shows sustainability and style

The Oregonian: University of Oregon architecture student Cameron Huber learned on Earth Day that he received first place for the design of a green single-family house in the perFORM 2014: A House Design Competition. Huber won the $2,000 first place award for his entry, entitled “HO[MIN]ID,”  which the judges say showed restraint, purity of form, friendliness to neighborhood context and understanding of energy performance within a holistic approach to sustainability.

Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum visits the UO, discusses same-sex marriage

Daily Emerald: Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum, who recently made headlines for declining to defend Oregon’s ban of same-sex marriage, dropped by The Emerald Tuesday morning to discuss gay marriage, tuition and marijuana ... Rosenblum graduated from the University of Oregon in 1971 with a degree in sociology and earned her law degree from UO in 1975.

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"O" E-clips: highlights of media coverage involving the UO and its faculty and staff