Campus News

RecycleMania Civil War runs through Feb. 2
January 25

RecycleMania in Civil War competition through Feb. 2

The University of Oregon Recycling Center kicked off the RecycleMania Civil War – a friendly competition with Oregon State University – on Jan.
Caleen Sisk
January 25

Chief Caleen Sisk to speak Friday at Many Nations Longhouse

Chief Caleen Sisk, traditional and spiritual leader of the Winnemem Wintu tribe of the McCloud River watershed in
Eugene's Polar Plunge is Feb. 2
January 25

Group to raise "pre-plunge" money for Special Olympics Oregon

The University of Oregon's Association of Fundraising Professionals student chapter is aiming to raise $3,000 for Special Olympics Oregon this year, by hosti
"West of Center" opens Feb. 9
January 24

The West is best at UO's Schnitzer Museum

The UO Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art looks back at the art of the 1960s and 1970s with “West of Center: Art and the Counterculture Experiment in America, 19
January 24

“Creature” opens Thursday at Hope Theatre

University Theatre’s “Creature,” a play by Heidi Schreck, opens this weekend at the Hope Theatre, Miller Theatre Complex on the UO campus.
Bloomfield (lt. blue shirt) and McAndrew (red tie) with Blumenauer
January 23

GTFs talk transportation with Blumenauer

It’s one thing to rub elbows with officials and researchers working at the cutting edge of transportation solutions.
January 23

UO community offered ticket discount for Huskies and Cardinal games

The University of Oregon Athletic Department is offering a discount to all faculty, staff and family members for tickets to upcoming men's basketball games.
Food drive begins Jan. 28
January 23

Governor's food drive set to begin

Check your cupboards and clear out your pantry.
Boris Berman
January 23

UO Music and Dance wrap through Feb. 13

The University of Oregon School of Music and Dance will host a video master class with Professor Boris Berman of Yale University, a world-renowned specialist
Livelybrooks (left) is working to improve STEM education
January 22

New center rooted in STEM success

The goal is clear: Double the number of college degrees in science, technology, engineering and math awarded in Oregon by the year 2030.