Campus News

Moda Center
October 20

Tickets on sale for Portland Classic, featuring UO basketball

Tickets are on sale for the Portland Classic, which will bring both the University of Oregon women’s and men’s basketball teams to the Moda Center on Saturda
The Duck with a crowd of students
October 20

From parades to puppies, homecoming is a time to throw your 'O'

A week's worth of events are on tap to celebrate all things Duck
A scene from Oregon-Where Past is Present
October 20

Revamped MNCH exhibit features 14,000 years of Oregon culture

"Oregon—Where Past is Present" has a new look, with Paisley Caves' artifacts and updates to what we know about human arrival here
Business school Class of '66 members Bob Warsaw, Rich Burk and Greg Quesnel.
October 19

50 years later, three amigos from Class of '66 reflect on old times

Business school Class of '66 members Bob Warsaw, Rich Burk and Greg Quesnel recently reunited on campus
UO President Michael Schill
October 19

News of Knight gift sends ripples across the nation

The story spread like a shock wave — the good kind — from coast to coast
President Schill with doctoral student P. Alex De Verteuil
October 17

This changes everything: President announces historic Knight gift

It lays the groundwork for a breakthrough $1 billion science initiative
President Michael Schill with professors (from left) Karen Guillemin, Bill Cresko and Patrick Phillips.
October 17

The UO sees its future change with historic Knight gift

The $500 million gift is the key to a new $1 billion campus for accelerating science
Photo of a man playing with a dog on a street in New York City.
October 14

Schnitzer Cinema opens its season with 'Everybody Street'

This annual film series begins on Wednesday, October 19 at 7 p.m. and features Skype with director Cheryl Dunn
Amy Stuart Wells
October 13

New Morse Chair to speak on public education and democracy

Amy Stuart Wells of Columbia University studies race and education
Angela Joya, Department of International Studies
October 13

Public invited: Pub talk Oct. 19 at EMU will focus on Middle East

International Studies researcher Angela Joya will provide an overview and answer questions at informal gathering at Falling Sky