Campus News

Line drawing of logo
April 19

Freedom of expression events planned through spring

The series looks at the role of the First Amendment and is meant to spark conversations across campus
Speaker at Wings event
April 19

Wings event will explore obesity prevention and urban design

The June 1 event at UO Portland will feature three speakers hosted by UO President Michael Schill
Lydia X. Z. Brown
April 19

Campus speaker to discuss disability justice and awareness

Lydia X. Z. Brown, a nationally known advocate and writer, will give a talk April 27 in Straub Hall
Natural Shocks logo
April 18

Play about gun violence to be staged at UO to mark Columbine

A free performance of 'Natural Shocks' will be held this Saturday at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
Laila Lalami
April 18

Author Laila Lalami will headline CSWS women writers symposium

She is the author of 'The Moor's Account,' an award-winning novel and Pulitzer Prize finalist
Aerial rendering of Hayward Field
April 17

Hayward Field to be transformed through a design for the ages

'The finest track and field facility in the world' to open in 2020, taking an iconic location to new heights
Jake Swantko behind the camera
April 16

UO grad Jake Swantko on winning an Oscar: 'We just exploded'

The documentary filmmaker returns to campus in May to talk to students and screen his film, 'Icarus'
Rehearsal scene
April 13

Inge's Pulitzer Prize winning play 'Picnic' to debut at the UO

The first performance is Friday, April 20, and the production runs until Saturday, May 5
What is Universe logo
April 13

Portland conference delves into communication networks

This year's event, with the theme is 'What is Universe,' takes place April 19-21 at UO Portland
Rodney Marsalis
April 12

Trumpeter Rodney Marsalis sets visit with UO music students

The acclaimed musician will talk about his career, the music industry and empowerment

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