Campus News

'Song for a Lost Bird,' Jessica Segall
May 18

Create time and space for art as you shelter in place

Museum collections, music and movies are being offered online during the pandemic
Leonard Mlondinow
May 15

Physicist will explore how the human mind handles change

Leonard Mlodinow will discuss elastic thinking in the May 21 Kritikos Lecture
Dianne Nelson
May 15

After six decades, a UO operator prepares to hang it up

Dianne Nelson, who fielded untold thousands of calls, is ready to retire her headset
Abstract illustration of curved lines suggesting waves
May 11

May at the UO marks Asian Desi Pacific Island Heritage Month

Even with campus mostly quiet, the UO honors its student and staff communities
Paul Root Wolpe
May 11

Speaker to explore the ethical dilemmas tied to COVID-19

Paul Root Wolpe of Emory University will speak via Zoom on Thursday, May 14
Harper Keeler at the Urban Farm
May 11

Without students, the Urban Farm feeds the food pantry

The long-running program produces about 10 tons of vegetables and fruit a year
Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine
May 7

Check out some pandemic-era diversions from UO faculty

UO experts weigh in on some of their favorite films, TV programs and books
Tulips with EMU in background
May 5

Emergency CARES grants available to UO students

Eligible students can request funds to cover expenses such as medical, housing, food
Masks in decontamination chamber
May 4

UO partners with state to house N95 mask decontamination unit

The Battelle cleaning system will extend the lifespan of masks to up to 20 uses
Pow wow poster
May 4

Annual UO Mother’s Day Powwow goes virtual this year

The 52-annual pow wow takes place May 8-9 as a Facebook event