Campus News

May 5

In Print: “Egalitarian Revolution in the Savanna”

“Egalitarian Revolution in the Savanna: The Origins of a West African Political System” is a new release in the “Approaches to Anthropology Archaeology” seri
Warhol's "Black Rhinoceros" is one of the works on view in "Living Legacies"
May 5

UO's Schnitzer Museum an octogenarian

Multiple exhibitions and other attractions are in store as the UO’s Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art celebrates its 80
Sidney Rittenberg
May 3

Documentary screenings bring Sidney Rittenberg, filmmakers to campus

The University of Oregon Center for Asian and Pacific Studies screened two documentaries, “
Minson's team studied women's use of hormonal contraceptives
May 2

Study: Women altering menstruation cycles in large numbers

A new UO study suggests that women are increasingly altering their monthly menstruation cycles.
May 2

UOPD ready to hire police officers

The University of Oregon Police Department is poised to take a critical next step in its evolution.
Many Ducks get to campus by walking or biking (photo: Tim Christie)
May 1

Survey: Driving alone doesn’t suit Ducks

Ducks flock to campus any number of ways – walk, bike, bus, carpool – but a new commuter survey suggests they increas
May 1

UO graduate fine arts students’ work displayed in Portland

“Speaking Between,” an exhibition featuring work by 13 University of Oregon Department of Art MFA students, opens with a free public reception from 7 p.m.
Wendy Ricketts and her son, George, share a laugh
April 30

Public panel brings autism experts together at UO

Wendy Ricketts suspected that the behavior of her then-3-year-old, George, wasn’t normal.

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