Campus News

Kelsey Peddie and Duke, a miniature Australian shepherd, helped campaign for United Oregon (photo by Matt Cooper)
April 16

UO WEEK: in photos (through April 16)

The weekly AroundtheO photo gallery focuses on the people and places that make the University of Oregon special.
Eric Priest
April 15

UO professor Eric Priest to speak at national music conference

Eric Priest, a professor in the University of Oregon School of Law, will find himself in a sea of music
Guillermo Arriaga
April 15

Cinema Pacific Film Festival kicks off with filmmakers, focus on Mexico

The fourth annual University of Oregon Cinema Pacific Film Festival ventures into new territory this year, wi
At-home concert of touring UO Repertory Dance Company is April 19-20
April 15

UO dance company to present capstone works

The University of Oregon Department of Dance will present its annual “at home” concert of the touring UO Repertory Dance
April 15

Three UO faculty/staff safe following Boston Marathon bombing

Three University of Oregon employees who were known to have entered the 2013 Boston Marathon all are safe, following explosions at the finish line on Monday.
April 14

UO introductions: New hires through March

Newly hired faculty, staff and GTFs can share information with AroundtheO about their new positions and their occupational and/or educational backgrounds
Jonathan Brunton said the new center will strengthen the UO veteran community
April 14

UO celebrates new Student Veterans Center April 20

It can be difficult making the jump from high school to college.
Morell will lecture on animal thoughts and emotions April 16
April 14

Animal-intelligence advocate lectures April 16

An upcoming lecture promises to be an “animated” experience.
Nicole Brossard (photo: Germaine Beaulieu)
April 14

Feminist translations covered in public talks April 18-19

Noted poet Nicole Brossard and one of her translators will visit the University of Oregon April 18-19 to host free public talks that cover feminist translati
April 11

Earthquake Awareness Month includes training session at UO

The University of Oregon's Office of Emergency Management and Continuity wants to make sure everyone knows what to do if an earthquake were to shake Eugene.

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