natasha lomonossoff

From September 3-9, the university has placed a blanket ban on all music and dancing after 8 p.m., as well as a requirement that all students living on campus must be in their residences by 10 p.m. The administration claims this measure is needed to avoid complaints from Sandy Hill residents.

Since the first installment of FEDTalks is intended to be mainly for students, the talks will largely address the student experience at the U of O. Within this realm of experience, however, “the topics of the talks will range from student activism and government, eating disorders, the Syrian refugee crisis, cycling, fashion, and mental health, to identity and bilingualism,” says Wess.

When I raise my right arm, it is an act of free will or simply a biological impulse? This question, posed by the Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein, is an example of an age-old debate in modern philosophy: Does free will exist?