A recently released police report for a sexual assault investigation involving three University of Oregon basketball players is about as bad as they come!
Damyean Dotson, Dominic Artis and incoming Providence transfer Brandon Austin are all accused of assaulting a female victim three separate times in two different locations on the night of March 8th.
According to the victim’s statement, the three men forced her to perform sexual acts on them inside of a bathroom while they kept her phone out of reach. They then allegedly physically forced her into a cab and took her to an
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Who knew a snowball fight could lead to sooo much D-R-A-M-A!?!
The city of Eugene, Oregon has been hit with a bit of a flurry lately, and from what we can tell, students at the University of Oregon have never seen snow before because they went absolutely bananas!!
What started out as fun-natured snowball fights quickly turned ugly when the Duckies began to block cars that were driving through campus so they could pelt them with snowballs! One of the drivers was UO professor Sherwin Simmons (above), and a video that has now gone viral shows students showering him with snowballs and even dumping a bucket of snow on him as he emerges from his car!
Well needless to say, the video has brought some negative attention to the school, and the dean of students Paul Shang is NOT taking the incident lightly:
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Fans of the University of Oregon Duck's often hold out their hands in the shape of the letter “O” to cheer on the football team, but after taking a sign language course, they may rethink their decision.
It turns out that the symbol is actually a sign used by the deaf to say "vagina." So while most of the students think they are showing their school pride, the deaf ones might be a little confused!
What is more inneresting is that most of the football team is completely aware because 29 players on the roster are enrolled in the university’s American Sign Language program!
LaMichael James, the team’s star running back who studies the language, admits, “I did the ‘O’ once, and I never did it again.”
Apparently, older athletes on the team recommend the class over a foreign-language class like Spanish because football players grow up using different signing systems on the field.
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