Campus News

Aerial view of campus
April 27

The UO is making plans for on-campus instruction fall term

Safeguards will include social distancing and other potential changes across campus
The Hayward Field tower at night
April 24

Tower at Hayward Field glows blue to honor health workers

Three other UO athetics facilities also were bathed in blue as part of the public salute
Graboyes’ daughters use a pulley system to share toys and notes with the girls next door
April 24

At the heart of Italy's pandemic, a UO family waits and watches

Melissa Graboyes has viewed the unfolding emergency from the small town of Belluno
Bicycle delivery person on city street
April 21

Urbanism Next to address COVID-19 at interactive virtual forum

The event will look at how emerging technologies could shape the future
Orchestra performance
April 21

OBF and artistic director appointment postponed to 2021

The 50th anniversay season will be delayed until next year due to the pandemic
Les Aigner with his mother and sisters
April 20

Holocaust survivors’ story offers lessons on surviving hardship

An SOJC graduate hosts a virtual event on Tuesday, April 28, at 7 p.m.
Empty soccer stadium
April 17

COVID-19 puts sports on ice; when they’ll be back is unknown

When the NBA suspended its season, 'The world as we know it changed'
An installation of works by artist Claire Burbridge
April 16

Need a culture fix? Find art to fill the soul in the virtual world

Even in uncertain times, it's possible to immerse youself in the creative arts
Karen Guillemin with student Lila Kaye
April 15

A UO biologist hunts for helpful microbes in this spring's OQ

Other stories include the secret life of the Duck and a John Frohnmayer retrospective
Dad's Gate emblem
April 14

UO announces summer classes to be taught remotely

The provost says the coronavirus is forcing the university to extend remote learning