Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2021

Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2021
Welcoming its first residents this fall, DeNorval Unthank Jr. Hall launches the next evolution of UO student housing 
The UO is one of six founding partners in the prestigious new Wu Tsai Human Performance Alliance
From the pandemic to a record-breaking fundraising campaign, the president shares his views on the state of the university
A College of Design professor and her class investigate a Black settlement displaced by Eugene's Alton Baker Park
On the eve of Halloween, UO folklorists deconstruct terrifying tales from a creepy campus
Idemaru won a Remote Teaching Award for converting a course on Japanese phonetics and pronunciation to the online world
With Rutherford Falls, Jana Schmieding promotes Indigenous representation in Hollywood
Robert Steadward has been honored for devotion to Paralympians and other athletes with disabilities
The latest gift from trailblazing baseballer Lois Youngen supports other female athletes
Journalism student Lauren Yang Brown is a social media "campus correspondent"
The business instructor believes in the value of pushing yourself to try new things, and she put this belief to the test
Nayeon Kim wants to reduce the prison terms of people of color and others victimized by excessive sentences and systemic racism
Saltzman Romey recently received a Distinguished Service Award from Chorus America
A Halloween caper in 1978 involved a meteorite replica, a hanging dummy, and the president's driveway
Fond memories of Ed Whitelaw, a push for teens and young adults to push themselves, dashes across sprinkler-covered lawns
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