Campus News

Honeybee on flower
June 19

Sweet news: The UO becomes the newest Bee Campus USA

Committing to a set of practices to support pollinators, the UO officially becomes a Bee Campus USA
Freedom of Expression event logo
June 14

Balancing act: protecting free speech while promoting inclusion

The UO's Freedom of Expression series took on challenging issues around speech and safety
The last walk as undergraduates
June 13

University prepares for its 142nd commencement ceremony

The Duck Grad Parade will precede the main ceremony, which will be followed by GradFest
Summer solstice event
June 13

Science museum's celebration dives into water adventures

The annual summer solstice event will feature local food, drinks and info on watery wonders
Osprey cam image
June 12

Now webcam stars, the UO's two osprey chicks need names

The School of Law is holding an online contest to help decide what to call its newest peeps
Bill Bowerman with track athlete
June 12

The original 'Men of Oregon' take a lap along memory lane

Former UO runners who trained under Bill Bowerman recently visited campus to reminisce
Erb Memorial Union
June 11

Major research conference bringing around 1,000 to campus

The international media communication research event will be held in the U.S. for the first time
An architect's rendering of the new Hayward Field.
June 8

Hayward Field construction slated to start June 19

Traffic patterns will change as the site is fenced off and preliminary salvage and site work begins
Hope Pressman
June 8

Longtime UO advocate Hope Pressman passes at age 97

She was an admired colleague, an advocate for the arts and one of the UO's earliest fundraisers
Image illustrates removing labels as part of a talk by Erik Girvan
June 8

Pub talk will explore ways to move past implicit biases

Law school’s Erik Girvan will tackle unfounded assumptions in thinking and how to move past them