Campus News

Monitoring initiative's frontline workers
September 15

Unsung heroes power the UO’s COVID-19 monitoring initiative

An army of supporting players feeds the effort to develop new testing procedures
UO President Michael Schill
September 10

President calls for resilience in the face of fires, pandemic

Although campus is not in danger, he offers concern and support for those affected
Smoke around Autzen Stadium
September 9

Update and links: Campus is open, air quality is hazardous

No evacuation orders affect Eugene or Springfield, and campus operations continue
Dad's Gate emblem
September 8

Trustees to hear about impacts of COVID-19 at fall meeting

The meeting will take place remotely with a livestream and a call-in phone number
Aerial view of campus
August 26

UO will pivot to mostly remote and online instruction fall term

Using safety measures, university will welcome freshmen wishing to live on campus
Dad's Gate emblem
August 25

UO trustees set special meeting on health and safety plan

The state requires all public universities to have a detailed COVID-19 response plan
UOPD patrol car
August 21

UOPD investigation of multiple burglaries leads to two arrests

The men are believed to be connected to a number of break-ins near campus
Pianist Simone Dinnerstein
August 18

OBF commissions new work from Grammy-winning composer

Pianist Simone Dinnerstein will perform Richard Danielpour's 'An American Mosaic'
Samantha Bullis, academic outreach specialist, Department of Counseling Psychology & Human Services
August 18

Campaign asks Ducks to share why they wear a mask

Participants are requested to submit a photo explaining who or what motivates them to wear a mask
Knight Library (Akendall/CC BY-SA)
August 12

UO moves to cover controversial murals in Knight Library

The murals have been criticized as racist because of exclusionary language and depictions of Native Americans

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