Campus News

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
Judge Yassmin Barrios
February 28

Guatemalan judge in genocide trial to deliver campus lecture

Judge Yassmin Barrios will deliver the inaugural Lecture in Latinx and Latin American Studies
Scene from 'The Gospel of Eureka'
February 28

March and arts events go together like movies and popcorn

During the month take advantage of a range of movies, exhibits, music, lectures and more
Shoveling campus walkways
February 26

Even with a foot of snow, campus never really closes

Grounds crews, dining center workers, UOPD officers and others all helped provide key services
A person builds a snowman under a tree on campus 02.25.19
February 26

Classes canceled Monday as campus turns to winter wonderland

University officials are monitoring for power outages and clearing paths
Mayra Elide performs at the 2017 International Womxn's Day Celebration
February 25

March events planned on campus for Women’s History Month

Activities include lectures, celebrations, art exhibitions and movie screenings
Kim Stafford
February 22

Poet laureate Kim Stafford to hold campus reading Feb. 26

He will visit with students in the Clark Honors College and hold a public reading at the library
Yvette Alex-Assensoh
February 22

UO Today: Alex-Assensoh talks about role of diversity VP

She discusses efforts to enroll underrepresented minority students and diversify the faculty
Walidah Imarisha
February 20

Writer, activist and educator Walidah Imarisha sets campus visit

The former Springfield resident will discuss 'Why Aren’t There More Black People in Oregon?'

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