Campus News

Carrie Mae Weems and Lorry Lokey
June 6

An artist and a philanthropist are nominated for honorary degrees

Carrie Mae Weems is an acclaimed artist and Lorry Lokey is one of the UO's most generous donors
Janet Woodruff-Borden
June 5

Brain sciences professor named as new Graduate School dean

Janet Woodruff-Borden of the University of Louisville will join the UO this summer
Blockchain logo
June 4

Ripple partnership puts UO in elite company of blockchain research

Oregon is among 17 universities receiving funds to push research in cybersecurity and cryptocurrencies
The Duck at the Rose Festival parade
June 1

The UO and the Duck get on the summer parade bandwagon

All members of the Duck family are invited to help represent the university at summer festivals
Traffic on East 13th Avenue
June 1

Tips for smooth travel during track, move-out, commencement

Traffic changes, congestion and construction mean people should plan ahead in coming weeks
Sorting recyclables
May 31

Zero Waste Program changes campus recycling rules

International market shifts have forced the operation to accept fewer plastic containers
'Human Flow' poster
May 31

Documentary by artist Ai Weiwei will have two showings at UO

The film, to be shown June 7 and 12, looks at the refugee crisis in 23 countries over one year
Three paintings by Glenn Brown
May 30

New exhibition highlights modern British artist Glenn Brown

Brown found inspiration in the art of the historical past, embracing the concept of appropriation
Jay Mullen
May 30

UO alumni: The Duck who came in from the cold

Jay Mullen mined secrets for the CIA in Africa, swimming with Idi Amin and coaching basketball
Cast in rehearsal
May 22

University Theatre season closes with lost comedy of New Spain

‘Tricks to Inherit,’ written in 1789 and set in New Spain, touches on class dynamics and race in 1700s America