Campus News

The Oregon Capitol building
May 25

HECC approves UO tuition plan

The decision allows the university to move forward with certainty to close an expected $27.5 million budget gap.
UO journalism professor Alex Tizon
May 25

Journalism professor's final story lands on magazine cover

Alex Tizon wrote about a family secret in a story chosen on the day he died for display on The Atlantic's cover
Shadows of Simpsons characters on cooling towers.
May 25

Facing a post-nuclear apocalypse? Don't have a cow, man

University Theatre presents 'Mr. Burns, a Post-Electric Play' in June
Cedar Hall
May 24

President to nominate first black graduate of A&AA in renaming

DeNorval Unthank Jr. was an architect and unflagging advocate for minorities
Jay Namyet
May 24

Foundation manager brings Wall Street savvy to UO endowment

As chief investment officer, Namyet has helped keep the UO's nest egg growing
David Wineland in lab
May 23

Nobel winner to talk cats, computers and quantum physics

Physicist David Wineland will discuss the future of quantum computing
C.J. Pascoe
May 22

Campus talk will look at trends in gender-based bullying

Professor C. J. Pascoe will discuss homophobic harassment and whether it's declining
Marlee Matlin
May 19

Academy Award-winner Marlee Matlin to speak on campus

A deaf actress and activist, Matlin has championed many humanitarian causes
The Duck arm in arm with fans
May 17

University Day offers a chance to both dig and dig deep

Ducks will plant flowers, pull weeds, spread mulch and help raise $1 million
Everette Dennis
May 16

Former UO journalism dean named to national academy

Everette Dennis, also a UO alum, was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences