Multimedia

Student painting a stove in Guatemala
May 3

Alternative spring breaks are no vacation for some UO students

Teams of Ducks traveled across the country and around the world to spend their time off helping others
People at a drafting table
April 28

Could autonomous vehicles cause an economic disaster?

Urbanism Next conference looks at secondary-effect scenarios and how to avoid them
Student Alivia Nelson
April 28

A new major helps students make music that pops

New popular music degree offers students the chance to pursue their passion with the flexibility to double major
The Aashraya team with a finished emergency shelter
April 24

In quake-ravaged Nepal, a student's work is helping rebuild

Dristi Manandhar will soon have her master's in architecture; she already knows how she will use it
Professor Julie Sykes talking with students
April 7

Resident faculty member builds bridges among students

Living in the Global Scholars Hall, professor Julie Sykes and her family connect with students in new ways
Alternative Break students on a trip to Nicaragua in 2013
March 24

Scores of students are spending their break helping others

The alternative spring breaks offer a chance to serve and learn about other cultures
Portland Gear store
March 17

Duck alum goes retail with opening of Portland Gear outlet

Marcus Harvey used his digital arts diploma to help start his own business
The 360-degree camera in front of the Oregon Marching Band
February 17

New 360-degree videos capture UO game-day experience

Immersive 'virtual reality' videos go to the heart of the action 
UO student Ashanna Molokwu
February 10

What Black History Month means to modern-day Ducks

Several students reflect on the annual tribute to African-American history
Bill Walton with a hula hoop
February 9

Outdoor Program shoots some hoopla with ESPN's Bill Walton

The former basketball star was a jolt of energy on drizzly day

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