Campus News

July 15

Schill on George Floyd Protests, Black Lives Matter, Deady Renaming

UO President Michael Schill on the protests, systemic racism, COVID-19 and moving forward
Illustration of man and dog with face masks
July 15

OQ explores COVID-19, BLM protests and moving forward

The magazine's summer issue also profiles Andre Le Duc, the UO's chief resilience officer
Gavel and law books
July 14

Government walks back rule change on international students

The reversal came just days after the UO and 19 other schools sued to block the rule
Bill Bowerman statue at the new Hayward Field
July 14

A new book on Hayward field takes a look back, and ahead

The photo-packed book is a fascinating look at the storied history of the track mecca
Silhouettes of people in color squares
July 8

UO students who had COVID-19 share words of caution

After recovering in isolation, two students warn others to take social distancing seriously
Man wearing UO face covering
July 7

Sales of UO face coverings to benefit student crisis fund

The UO-branded coverings and available from The Duck Store and at GoDucks.com
Ehrman Giustina with the Duck
July 6

UO remembers Ehrman Giustina, proud Duck and benefactor

A WWII pilot, timber entrepreneur and philanthropist, Giustina left his mark on campus
SAIL class outdoors
July 6

UO’s SAIL program raising funds for its free summer academy

Virtual this year, the weeklong camp offers high schoolers a taste of college life
Child looking out window
July 6

UO experts aid families coping with autism during pandemic

UO webinar offers ideas to offset disruptions of routine life and education services
Scene from 'The March'
June 29

Pandemic or no pandemic, there's still art to be found

Check out this month's rundown on music, art, museum shows, movies and more

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