Campus News

Student Food Pantry
February 5

Pivot to virtual events spurs creative thinking for food drive

Online raffles and competitions are new ways for employees to engage and give
Lia Epperson
February 4

Civil rights expert to speak at annual Derrick Bell Lecture

Lia Epperson is a professor at the American University Washington College of Law
New York Times newspapers
February 3

UO community now has digital access to The New York Times

Archives, videos, blogs are included in the online subscription through UO Libraries
Françoise Baylis
February 3

Bioethicist named as this year's Wayne Morse Chair

Françoise Baylis is a research professor at Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia
Kimberly Johnson
February 1

Speaker to discuss racial injustice and criminal justice system

African American Workshop and Lecture series features the UO's Kimberly Johnson
Jim Wildish
February 1

Campus marks loss of Jim Wildish, construction family leader

The longtime UO supporter was known for his kindness and generous spirit
Black Lives Matter protest
February 1

UO continues its anti-racism journey with Listen. Learn. Act.

The project offers more ways to participate, contribute and improve the racial climate
Stocking shelves at food pantry
January 29

Employee donations during food drive help fight student hunger

Wednesday drop-off events in February directly support student food pantry
UOPD patrol car
January 27

Crime misinformation shows need to vet social media rumors

Two recent incidents that turned out to be unfounded caused anxiety across campus
Art exhibit
January 27

UO plans events to honor and celebrate Black History Month

February offerings range from networking opportunities to local and national guests