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Strides In Solidarity

The Students for Global Health student organization is hosting “Strides in Solidarity” on April 14 at 10 a.m. starting at the EMU. The 5K event will raise money for Partners in Health and their efforts to fight and prevent multi-resistant tuberculosis.

Registration is only $8 for students and $15 for non-students. Registration includes free breakfast, free t-shirts for the first 20 people, and entry into a raffle for gift cards to Eugene favorites, including but not limited to Sundance, Yogurt Extreme, Tacovore, and more!

Register by sending your registration fee to VENMO:


Gabriella Farland – Overcoming Her Greatest Battles

Gabriella Farland knew from a young age that she had a love for language and travel, as well as an internal longing to help others and a nerdy fascination with science and health. That is why Farland originally came into the University of Oregon as a Biology major planning on pursing a pre-medical track in college. However, during Farland’s second term of college, a friend asked her to take a Global Health course with them, and since the course went with her general track, Farland decided to check it out. “I wasn’t aware of the International Studies major or that a subject area like


Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) Application Open!

Application Deadline: February 5th @ 11:59pm

Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) members work with UO students and the University Health Center (UHC) to provide the best quality health care and support. They promote public health policies and organize events and outreach to meaningfully connect UHC with UO students. SHAC members are also educated in UHC policy in order to effectively connect the student body with UHC. Members frequently communicate with the UHC executive leadership in order to give student voice to administrative decisions.

Apply online at


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