Campus News

Nadia Singh
September 20

Learn how organisms cope with environmental challenges

Biologist Nadia Singh will talk about genetic recombination as a way to survive harsh conditions
Traditional dancing
September 19

Latinx Heritage Month comes to campus and the community

The Latinx community is honored and celebrated in events and celebrations this fall
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
September 18

SEIU states intent to strike on Sept. 30

UO prepares to continue provising essential campus services
Stock image of online support
September 16

Canvas support now provided by Information Services and UO Online

Students and instructors have a variety of ways to request help with the system
Uniform upcycling
September 13

Duck grad gives surplus uniforms a new life through upcycling

Scott Hamlin turns used uniforms and other gear into new products with his company, Looptworks
Inside the Tower of Voices
September 11

With a UO instructor's help, a 9/11 memorial offers solace in sound

Audio producer Jon Bellona stepped in to complete a project started by his mentor in Pennsylvania
Rainbow flag
September 9

OUTList kicks off Coming Out Week, LGBTQIA History Month

Community members and allies can sign up online for the annual list now through Oct. 2
Phil Romero
September 5

Campus marks passing of Phil Romero, former Lundquist dean

Romero, who remained on the College of Business faculty, died unexpectedly Aug. 24 at age 62
Rodeo scene
August 30

New photography exhibit celebrates LGBTQIA rodeo culture

Photos by Blake Little show the thrills and challenges of competing on the gay rodeo circuit
Rodeo cowboys
August 30

Fiesta Cultural, Latinx History Month help launch fall arts events

A new exhibit at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History is also on tap in September

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