Campus News

Climate change protester
January 17

Climate lawsuit with UO connections dealt setback

An appeal is expected after judges reverse an earlier ruling by federal judge in Eugene
Family members on a sofa
January 17

All is not well in University Theatre’s 'Sons of the Prophet'

The trials of a Lebanese-American family take center stage in the winter production
Dark matter illlustration
January 17

UO physicist to shine a light on dark matter at pub talk

Tien-Tien Yu is taking a new approach in the search for the universe's elusive dark matter
2019 Payne Award winners
January 16

Support ethical journalism with a Payne Award nomination

In its 20th year, the SOJC award is a way to honor journalism and news outlets
Claire Burbridge
January 13

JSMA ink drawings exhibit explores ecosystems and nature

The works of artist Claire Burbridge will be on view through April 19
Illustration of porphyrin molecule
January 6

Visiting chemist to discuss cancer-fighting drugs Jan. 9

The lecture with Jonathan Sessler will start at 4 p.m. in Gerlinger Lounge
MNCH exterior
January 6

Nominations open for annual Oregon Stewardship Award

The honor recognizes work that reflects concern for Oregon's past, present and future
Sustainability graphic
January 6

New Sustainability Open Houses aim to connect campus

To be held each term, the meetings will boost collaborations and guide future actions
Post-victory celebration
January 3

Here are our top five moments from the 2020 Rose Bowl

A look back at some of the best experiences from the Ducks’ trip to Pasadena
January 2

Winter stars shine on the UO's arts calendar during January

Concerts, art shows, theater and more will help light up the month on campus