Campus News

January 15

Dalai Lama's Eugene appearance part of three-day visit to Oregon

The May 10 visit to the University of Oregon of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, Tenzin Gyatso, will be part of a three-day visit by the Tibetan
Archaeological dig that occurred during construction of RiverBend Hospital
January 14

UO museum prepares for historical archaeology exhibit

The University of Oregon's Museum of Natural and Cultural History will open a new exhibit Jan.
Vox Resonat
January 14

Vocal ensemble to perform early European music

Vox Resonat, an ensemble of vocal soloists specializing in music of the Baroque, Renaissance and Middle Ages, will present its first concert of the season at
Yvette Alex-Assensoh at Friday's meeting
January 11

Office of Equity and Inclusion restructuring draws Friday crowd

Approximately 75 people gathered today in the EMU Fir Room to express their feelings regarding the restructuring of the UO Office of Equity and Inclusion (OE
photo by Christopher Prentiss Michel
January 11

Dalai Lama coming to UO (UPDATED)

His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet will deliver a lecture at the University of Oregon’s Matthew Knig
January 11

State Board of Higher Education approves UO request for EMU renovation

The State Board of Higher Education voted on Friday to approve a University of Oregon request for the chancellor to ask Gov. John Kitzhaber to add the Erb...
January 11

Congratulate Laura Lacasa – this week's scavenger hunt winner

Laura Lacasa, an information technology consultant at the University of Oregon's Financial Aid and Scholarships office, got winter term off to a good start –
PhD student Banek is already being recruited for postdoctoral programs
January 11

Grad student on fast track in physiology

Everything just seems to happen faster for Chris Banek.
Kids of all ages can hit the rock wall at the Family Rec Open House
January 11

Families: Get your fun on

It’s trite but true: The family that plays together, stays together.