Campus News

The evening explores feminism with a discussion and works by professors and performers
The lecture is part of the annual Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics series
The later date will give students extra time to review financial aid offers, seek advice
The Yakama Nation elder was a beloved teacher, mentor and inspiration at the university
Author and editor Tina Brown visits the UO in February for the CSWS' 50th anniversary
Despite injustice and barriers, Black students, alumni, faculty and staff have remained strong
The retired congressman talked about how his time at the UO helped prepare him for politics
The UO seeks input on an advisory board's tuition recommendation for 2024-25
The university community is invited to open sessions with the candidates in Feb. and March.
Besides the main ceremony, school, college and department events will be held June 15-17