The UO's Science Library is currently featuring a display on fun local hikes, for those looking to get outdoors this spring. Some of the hikes are in the middle of town, and others are within an hour drive of Eugene.
The display explains which plants are blooming and where, and offers brochures to help with various hikes.
Her school supplies were glass cups, dried mugwort, three-thousand-year-old textbooks and, of course, needles.
“It kind of reminded me of the Hogwarts School, only because it was all these really ancient things,” Mary Ann Petersen says of her first impression of the Oregon College of Oriental Medicine, where she studied for her career as an acupuncturist.
The University of Oregon's food studies research group and various other disciplines on campus are presenting several food-related discussions this spring – from the cultural politics of dietary health to the visual components of food.
The "Food in the Field Research Interest Group" events are being organized under the UO's Center for the Study of Women in Society.
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An April 10 town hall meeting at the UO on Eugene's new social host ordinance will is aimed at building awareness among students and others who may be affected by the law, according to event organizers.
The final open campus forum to discuss the issue of arming University of Oregon's campus police offiers was the best-attended, with at least 50 students, faculty and staff on hand for Wednesday's (March 6) discussion in the Knight Library Browsing Room.
Police officers at the University of Oregon are the same as those at other Oregon law enforcement agencies – except that they're different.
UO Police Department officers have the same professional standards, requirements and authorities as any police in the state. But they're also chosen for their specific aptitude toward working well in a university environment.
The University of Oregon will once again focus on "positive body image" during the week of Feb. 18, in a campaign this week and this campaign meant to help UO faculty, staff and students feel comfortable with their appearance.