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

Open book with the word 'Wellness'
November 7

Duck Nest to host ribbon-cutting at EMU location

The event at the new student wellness center is Nov. 10 at 3 p.m.
Illuminated manuscript from special collections.
November 7

UO Libraries offers special collections research internships

The paid positions let undergraduates learn about research and work on their own projects
Oculus in Knight Library
October 28

Library to hold student discussion on different forms of privilege

The Nov. 2 event will let students ask questions and explore the topic
U.S. Rep. Peter DeFazio (center) at a meeting at the UO
October 25

DeFazio meets with student leaders to discuss college costs

The congressman discussed new legislation that would ease loan debt
UO student reading to children at a playground
October 17

Fraternity reaches out to give children a good start on reading

Delta Upsilon's weekly sessions give young readers a boost
Student holding t-shirt with slogan 'May the Morse be with you."
October 13

Applications now open for Wayne Morse Scholar program

The program lets students tackle big issues in democracy and citizenship
Matthew Carmichael
October 7

UOPD chief sets his first meet-and-eat with students

Chief Matt Carmichael is offering free pizza to help get to know students
Study area in the Knight Library
October 5

Knight Library changes hours to fit student habits

The building will close during hours when it gets little use but will have staff available later
Study abroad students taking a selfie
October 5

GEO asks students to capture their experiences abroad

Global Education Oregon, the UO’s study abroad office, recently launched a new campaign to encourage students to study
Unloading boxes of tomatoes picked by students
October 5

Project Tomato offers a lesson on food, farming and sustainability

Incoming students immerse themselves in farm-to-fork sustainability

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