Campus News

Carillon keyboard
November 15

The EMU's new carillon bells are tolling for you, every 15 minutes

A newly installed sound system can chime, play music and sound emergency alerts
Bob Sanders (right)
November 14

Longtime Duck supporter Bob Sanders is remembered

The former UO football letterman and uiversity benefactor died Nov. 12 at age 91
Many Nations Longhouse
November 5

First peoples honored in Native American Heritage Month

Learn about the contributions, challenges and resilience of indigenous communities
Startup Week event
November 4

UO Startup Week focuses on ways to disrupt the food industry

Events, workshops and a pitch competition are among the activities offered starting Nov. 8
HEDCO clinic
November 4

New HEDCO director looks to knit programs more tightly together

Wendy Hadley is the first Julie and Keith Thomson Director and Faculty Chair
Stephanie Land
October 31

Bestselling author to speak as part of Morse Center program

Stephanie Land, author of 'Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother's Will to Survive,' speaks Nov. 6
Festival of Bands
October 31

Seasons change, but UO arts and entertainment march on

Check out this month's calendar of music, theater, lectures, exhibits and more
Actors rehearsing a scene
October 31

University Theatre opens season with French satire 'Tartuffe'

Adapted for the modern era, the classic play is a study of hypocrisy and gullibility
Touring the UO boat
October 30

Legislators get firsthand look at the UO's aging research boat

The university is hoping to secure funding for a new vessel in the 2020 session
Zena Howard
October 28

National African American museum architect sets campus visit

Zena Howard is inaugural speaker for this year’s African American Speaker and Workshop series

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