Campus News

The ad portrays the relationship dynamic between an over-spender and his fiancé
June 4

Student ad wins national competition

Everybody has met that couple: The one who spends and the one who stresses out about the spending.
June 4

Department of Parking and Transportation … on the move

The Department of Parking and Transportation is, well, moving.
The official university mace, carried by UO Marshal Alec Murphy, led the way at president's investiture (photo by Tim Christie)
June 3

UO WEEK: in photos (through June 4)

The weekly AroundtheO photo gallery focuses on the people and places that make the University of Oregon special.
Dotters-Katz worked the phones during his campaign (photo: Daily Emerald)
June 3

Dotters-Katz “back for seconds” as ASUO president

Sam Dotters-Katz — a student in the UO School of Law — on May 25 began his second term as president for the Associated Students of the University of Oregon.
June 3

How’s the smoke-free policy working? Take this quick survey

Campus has been smoke- and tobacco-free for nine months. Here’s your chance to weigh in on the new policy.
June 3

AIM blog is “Umbrella” for info management

The digital age presents a host of information issues for the business professional: Information management, information design, business management and rese
Oregon's Latino heritage will be celebrated June 6
June 2

Oregon’s Latino heritage to be celebrated June 6

A celebration of the role of Oregon’s Latino community in helping shape the state’s cultural, social and political history will be held June 6 in Knight Libr
Dejing Dou's team will host a data-mining forum June 5
June 2

CIS hosts forum June 5 on SMASH data-mining project

The UO’s Computer and Information Science department will host a forum June 5 on data-mining, social networks and the impact on health-care outcomes.
Anne Kutka McCosh, Leaving the Lecture: The Faculty Wives, oil on canvas, 1936
May 30

New acquisitions open for Schnitzer Museum’s 80th anniversary celebration

The red “JSMA @ 80” symbol is your guide to new artwork at the Schnitzer museum.

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