Movie contains insights into stress; lessons from ‘A Beautiful Mind’

  Penny Scott Editor-In-Chief The first time I saw the 2001 movie “A Beautiful Mind,” starring Russell Crowe, I knew I’d seen something very important. This movie has enduring value with lessons on how to live a...

Bernie and the bird

There are very few things that will prompt millennials out of bed before 10 a.m. Half priced burritos at Chipotle, an existential, anxiety-ridden motivation to have a job and do something with your life,...

Concerns raised about guest speaker

The promise of our Brave New “Information Age” is being seriously compromised. As sensational, profitable clickbait spreads like online wildfire, a new skill set is emerging needed to separate fact from fiction. In this...

The Million Mask March is losing steam

Anonymous' ridiculous videos and unrealistic goals have led to only eight people in Eugene saying they plan to attend this year's Million Mask March less than a week before the event. Activists across the globe...

Open Letter to the Peace Center

We in the Science Division continue to be dismayed by your choice of speakers and the pseudoscience they espouse. Last year the issue was scare-mongering and cherry-picked data surrounding the dangers of electromagnetic radiation...

Fat Nick & Lil Peep toy with emotions

Fat Nick and Lil Peep toyed with the emotions of their audience this weekend by alternating songs instead of playing separate sets. Rappers Fat Nick, from Florida, and Lil Peep, from New York headlined a...

Do Not elect Joe Potwora

If you are registered to vote in Oregon you should have received a voter's pamphlet and an election ballot by now. Before you jump into it let's break down the race for the Oregon...

Mental Health Issues Misunderstood

Last Tuesday a shooting occurred at Emerald Park in Eugene, leaving two men dead — one of whom was the shooter — and one severely injured. The shooter has been identified as a former...

A tough pill to swallow

In the past three decades, we’ve seen the face of opiate addiction change drastically. The stereotypical heroin junkie used to fit a mold. They were dropouts and hippies, they were Vietnam veterans self-medicating to...