Campus News

February 22

Next-to-last scavenger hunt drawing: Seven travel mug winners

Seven careful readers of AroundtheO made the most of their nearly-last-chance to win AtO travel mugs, when their lucky numbers were drawn in this week's scav
UOPD officer saves life
February 22

Hiring and training officers for campus environment

Police officers at the University of Oregon are the same as those at other Oregon law enforcement agencies – except that they're different.
February 22

Crime alert: Robbery early Friday near Pioneer Cemetery

The UO Police Department reported that a male UO student was robbed at knifepoint at about midnigh this morning (Feb.
Global Oregon logo with images from places around the world
February 21

Global Oregon grants available

The application period for Global Oregon's Spring/Summer 2013 Grants is now open.
Abe Schafermeyer
February 20

Schafermeyer named director of International Student and Scholar Services

Abe Schafermeyer has been appointed director – on a permanent basis – of the International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) unit in the University of Oreg
T.L. Taylor
February 20

Lecture covers “athletes, geeks and gamers”

While a growing body of literature looks at women and girls in relation to gender and gaming, very little has been written regarding boys and men in that are
The Dalai Lama
February 20

Student/faculty/staff tickets for Dalai Lama’s visit to UO

The University of Oregon and the Eugene Sakya Center (Nyen-Gyud Samten Choeling for Tibetan Buddhist Studies) are co-organizing a visit by His Holiness Tenzi
Rian Satterwhite
February 19

New director hired for Holden Center

Rian Satterwhite has been hired as the new director of the Holden Center for Leadership and Community Engagement (The Holden Center) at the University of Ore
February 19

Family movie night premieres with “Brave”

The University of Oregon will bring the popcorn; you bring the family.
February 19

UO president's investiture ceremony set for May 30

Two things everyone at the University of Oregon should know about investiture: it's a Latin term that means "in dress" or "in robe." And it will take place a