Trey Kodman

Chairman Chuck Lillis Assaults Protesters Before Trustees Meeting

When the University of Oregon student body became informed that facilities are closed by Safety and Risk Services as of March 17 in an email, a pre-scheduled Board of Trustees meeting still occurred at the Ford Alumni Center. Before this meeting began, a small number of students with the Reclaim UO campaign had assembled outside…

By Trey Kodman April 29, 2020
East-campus Housing Mold

University of Oregon-owned homes in the east campus neighborhood area are still molding years beyond their sell-by date. No, houses don’t have sell-by dates. Instead, they are condemned and fenced up, thus yielding less than rent. Meanwhile, multiple construction projects on campus have built new facilities, amenities and luxuries all over campus during the past…

Who Are the Three Judges on the 9th Circuit Court Who Dismissed the Juliana v. United States case? And Why?

While climate change is an evident problem, the judges ruled that the plaintiffs, who at the time were between the ages of 8 and 19 when they filed the suit against the U.S. government for violating their constitutional rights to life, liberty, and property by enacting policies that contributed to the climate crisis, lacked valid…

Chelsea Manning Still Jailed Over Contempt in Grand Jury on Julian Assange

Recently, I wrote a research paper on the mainstream media’s opinion of Chelsea Manning and its influence around LGBT individuals within the U.S. military. My findings were that it will never matter what major news corporations think of Manning. She is a unicorn among those who have, or still, serve their country. The Williams Institute…