Campus News

Hauser, an original Cockette, is coming to Eugene
April 3

Former Cockette Hauser coming to Eugene

The Cockettes was a commune and theater troupe that performed lavish stage acts regularly in the late 1960s and early 1970s at San Francisco’s Palace Theatre
UO Repertory Dance Company
April 2

UO Music and Dance wrap through April 24

The University of Oregon School of Music and Dance will present the annual Repertory Dance Company concert.
UO President Michael Gottfredson
April 2

Letter from UO president about reorganization of UO central administration

I am writing to let you know about a planned reorganization within central administration.
Ogden finds roller derby as tough as any other sport (photo: Masonite Burn)
April 1

A couple minutes with Ariel Ogden

Once upon a time, roller derby was more about theatrics than athleticism. Not anymore.
Rotondo will provide examples of emotional intelligence in leadership
April 1

Forum provides leadership training for officers of administration

Great leaders know themselves and pay close attention to the impact they have on others.
March 31

Women in Computer Science group focuses on fostering connections

There will be plenty of opportunities for women in computer science to foster connections this year – inside and outside the university.
March 31

Twin events at UO feature experts on climate change

Climate change is a multi-faceted crisis, experts agree – and so is the University of Oregon’s response.
Refuge Trio plays Beall Concert Hall May 14
March 28

UO celebrates Jazz Appreciation Month in April

From combos to ensembles to a Duke Ellington birthday bash, the University of Oregon will have it all during Ja
Bridget Burns
March 28

OUS' Burns named fellow of American Council on Education

Bridget Burns, chief of staff for the Oregon University System, has been named a fellow of the American Council on Education for the 2013-14 academic year.
Stendal and Blanton on CNN
March 28

UO students' viral video lands them in spotlight

A week ago, University of Oregon undergrads Samantha Stendal and Aaron Blanton were largely anonymous cinema studies majors toiling their way through final e