Duck Athletics brings more free national publicity to UO in the NY Times

A little ionizing radiation and fat-shaming from our track and field coach, here:

I wonder if this use of the DEXA scanner was approved by the usual university committees and the state’s office of Radiation Protection Services?

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2 Responses to Duck Athletics brings more free national publicity to UO in the NY Times

  1. moss defender says:

    the scans seem pretty much like Scientology….but I have also read Salazars dad was CIA ……….so the Oregon “project” he championed has turned out to be a bit of a turkey and is also considered cultish and gets compared to witchcraft – perhaps it is a accurate microcosm of UO with its spiffy new borrowed expansionist shadow campus and life sciences goals…weirdest thing, looking back now, was the controversy with Galen Rupp competing years ago at UO with the darth vader lookin mask. Somehow that seems much weirder now. I never forgave Galen for pushing that gang like O hand signaling garbage – just horrible.

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