Campus News

Fantasy game pieces
February 27

Upcoming pub talk offers a peek into the world of female gamers

Amanda Cote will discuss what it’s like to be a woman involved in a male-dominated culture
Cheetah on running track
February 27

MNCH puts mammals through their paces in new exhibit

'Natural Athletes' takes a look at the speediest critters in the animal kingdom
Edgar McClure trio
February 25

Death on Mount Rainier, 1897: UO prof was a climber and chemist

At age 34, mountaineer Edgar McClure was the first recorded climbing death on Mount Rainier
Longtime UO architecture professor G.Z. 'Charlie' Brown
February 24

The UO remembers architecture pioneer G.Z. Brown

The longtime UO faculty member transformed lives, forever changing architecture
Roger Shimomura, “Enemies” detail
February 24

March into spring with a roster of fun and inspiring arts events

Women's History Month and the DisOrient Film Festival are among this month's events
Karla Holloway
February 24

Duke University professor to reflect on ‘A Life in Letters’

Karla Holloway studies African American literature, bioethics, gender and law
Actors rehearsing a scene
February 21

19th-century drama meets the #MeToo Movement in Ibsen play

This week, University Theatre opens “A Doll’s House,” Henrick Ibsen’s 1879 drama that shocked Victorian audiences with a female protagonist who had the audac
President Michael Schill
February 21

President to host public forum Feb. 24 on guaranteed tuition

Under the plan, incoming students would not see tuition increases for five years
Elizabeth Rush
February 21

Prof to discuss climate change and small communities

Writer Elizabeth Rush from Brown University uses language to connect to nature
Eric Jacobsen
February 18

Eric Jacobsen named a finalist in OBF artistic director search

The innovative conductor is known for creative collaborations with classical music superstars