Student Life

Jul22
Volunteer Opportunity with Centro Latino AmericanoJul 22
Centro Latino Americano
Jul22
Gem Paper SculpturesJul 22
8:00 a.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
Jul22
La SapeJul 22
8:00 a.m.
Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
Jul22
Strike City Lane BowlingJul 22
11:00 a.m.
Strike City Lanes Bowling Center
Jul27
Food for Lane CountyJul 27
5:00 p.m.
Food for Lane County
Sep1
Volunteer Recruitment Month at the Museum!Sep 1
11:00 a.m.
Museum of Natural and Cultural History

Protest sign with information about the activism forum
February 1

Student forum focuses on the role of universities in activism

The role of universities in either fostering or limiting social activism is the topic of a campus forum to be held at the Erb Memorial Union.
Covers of the book 'Between the World and Me'
January 26

Students invited to join a conversation around Coates' visit

'Live the Question' is a chance to take take up the author's challenge
Reset the Code logo, a circular arrow around the number 95
January 16

Students work to Reset the Code in new campus campaign

The new project is an effort to set a new code of mutual respect
Doctor holding card reading 'Get your flu shot'
January 13

Local flu outbreak sparks a reminder to get vaccinated

Students are particularly urged to get their flu shots
The UO Bicycle Program is doing a bike light giveaway for students
January 11

UOPD wants campus bike riders to keep a light on

‘Bike Lights, Not Citations’ program will encourage riders be seen
A grilled cheese sandwichd
December 21

A digital care package; Or, things you miss about campus

Ten things to look forward to once winter break ends
Covers of the book 'Between the World and Me'
December 6

New seminars, essay contest focus on common reading book

Students are invited to submit papers and sign up for credit classes
UOPD patrol vehicle
November 29

Police recommend crime prevention steps over holiday break

Burglaries around campus typically rise when people are away between terms
Image of a duck floating in a coffee cup
November 29

Finals week study break at library offers caffeine, doughnuts

Free coffee, tea and snacks will be offered to night owls in the Knight Library
Kiara Kashuba preparing food with Cornerstone Community Housing in partnership with Food for Lane County at Willamette Gardens
November 18

A day of thanks, and a year-round quest for food justice

Senior Kiara Kashuba wants everyone to have food that is safe and healthy

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