Campus News

Relief carving of intertwined UO
March 19

President outlines a plan for addressing budget shortfall

Cuts totaling $11 million will be needed, but mission-critical programs will be protected
Winsome Lee examining a skeleton
March 19

From philosophy to forensics, a Duck finds humanity in bone

Winsome Lee, a 2012 philosophy grad, travels the world helping identify victims of war and disaster
Person reading Common Reading Book 2019
March 15

‘Under the Feet of Jesus’ selected as 2019 Common Reading book

Novel details struggles faced by migrant farm workers through the eyes of a young woman
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
March 13

Christoph Lindner, dean of the College of Design, to step down in August

Lindner has accepted a dean position in London; he will remain at the UO through August
Graphic of 3-D field
March 11

A new innovation speaker series will launch March 13

The series is part of a university effort to encourage more innovation in the community
Event poster
March 8

DisOrient Asian American film festival brings new perspectives

Free short films program Saturday night a good study break for students preparing for finals
Construction sites on the UO campus
March 6

Report: UO boosts the state economy by more than $1 billion

By drawing money from out of state into Oregon, the UO serves as a powerful economic engine
Tonya Harding
March 5

Interview: A look at domestic violence with Tonya Harding

The former Olympic skater sat down for an Q&A in advance of her March 14 talk on campus
Alisa Roth with book
March 4

Journalist to talk about America's 'hidden mental health crisis'

Alisa Roth traveled the country to dig into the problems plaguing America's mental health system
Latin music album covers
March 4

Latinx album covers invite people to look at art in a new way

An exhibit at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art shows the Hispanic experience in its many forms