Campus News

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November 5

Panelists will discuss midterm election results at Nov. 12 forum

Four experts will consider the outcome and how it affects issues, people and politics
Flag patch and dog tags
November 2

A full week of events will honor the UO’s veteran community

Veterans Appreciation week includes a panel discussion, recognition ceremony and tailgater
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November 1

Native American Heritage Month: A celebration of resilience

A variety of events happen at the UO throughout November to honor the Americas' first peoples
Traditional dancing
October 30

JSMA will hold its annual Día de los Muertos celebrations

Also known as the Day of the Dead, the events take place this Thursday and Friday from 6 to 9 p.m.
Autumn scene
October 30

Board of trustees office hours scheduled for fall term 2018

Trustees representing faculty, students and university staff will meet with constituents
UO President Michael Schill
October 29

President speaks out against hate in wake of shootings

In a message to campus, Michael H. Schill speaks in solidarity with the victims of hate crimes
Frankenreads 2018 poster image with the Monster reading a book
October 26

It's alive! Visualizing Frankenstein in the Price Science Commons

This year marks the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s groundbreaking novel “Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus” and the campus comm
Performers and puppets
October 26

UO theater season opens with Broadway musical ‘Avenue Q’

Puppets and people re-create 'Sesame Street' for adults in this version of the Broadway play
Climate change protester
October 26

Ducks help build the foundation for a landmark climate lawsuit

Students held a rally at the federal courthouse after the Supreme Court put the trial on hold
UO entrance sign
October 22

UO reaffirms commitment to inclusion of all genders and identities

Academic leaders respond to reports of the federal government narrowing the definition of gender