Oregon Stories: Explore, Read, Watch

UO student doing interview in the French Quarter
September 9

SOJC students visit New Orleans to cover real-world stories

Professor Ed Madison and five students captured stories about its culture and resilience
UO women's softball team
July 18

Title IX at 50: Landmark law let women athletes hit their stride

Celebrating the long legacy women have made in sports at the UO and beyond
Cassandra Law, BS ’88 (human development and performance), pictured in her Oregon jacket with the Duck.
June 13

UO rugby veteran is second in command with Veteran Affairs

Discover how Cassandra Law helped bring women’s rugby to the UO and to the Women’s Rugby World Cups in 1991
Bumblebee on flower
April 29

Bringing back the bees, one burned forest at a time

Biologist Lauren Ponisio has a plan to help the pivotal pollinators in the Pacific Northwest
Dancers at the Hip Hop Jam
April 15

Hip Hop Jam takes center stage to celebrate diversity, culture

Planned and staged by first-year students, the annual dance event returned in the fall
Thank-you sign on Autzen readerboard
March 16

UO marks second anniversary of COVID-19 as restrictions ease

Community testing, research discoveries and student aid were key in the UO's response
Product design students in workshop
February 3

Students in product design find ways to make things better

The program teaches about materials, idea generation, prototyping and manufacturing
Elephants in Sri Lanka
January 24

UO alum, grad student working to save elephants in Sri Lanka

They hope to create an environment where humans and the largest land mammal coexist

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