Campus News

Facade of Knight Library
April 26

Task force asks for students’ creative responses to library murals

The controversial artworks have been the topic of debates over race and intellectual freedom
The Muxeres student group
April 24

Take Back the Night to mark 40 years at the University of Oregon

A rally, march and speakout will start at the UO and continue to downtown Eugene on Thursday
Banner text with flowers
April 23

Asian Pacific heritage month honors cultures and traditions

UO Asian, Desi and Pacific island Americans offer multiple campus and community events
Photos of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh
April 23

The history of Rajneeshpuram has a home in UO Libraries

Artifacts from the commune, back in the limelight after a Netflix series, are part of special collections
Bitcoins
April 20

Pub talk will dive into the tangled world of cryptocurrency

Finance professor Stephen McKeon will talk bitcoins and blockchain in the April 25 Quack Chat
Line drawing of logo
April 19

Freedom of expression events planned through spring

The series looks at the role of the First Amendment and is meant to spark conversations across campus
Speaker at Wings event
April 19

Wings event will explore obesity prevention and urban design

The June 1 event at UO Portland will feature three speakers hosted by UO President Michael Schill
Lydia X. Z. Brown
April 19

Campus speaker to discuss disability justice and awareness

Lydia X. Z. Brown, a nationally known advocate and writer, will give a talk April 27 in Straub Hall
Natural Shocks logo
April 18

Play about gun violence to be staged at UO to mark Columbine

A free performance of 'Natural Shocks' will be held this Saturday at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
Laila Lalami
April 18

Author Laila Lalami will headline CSWS women writers symposium

She is the author of 'The Moor's Account,' an award-winning novel and Pulitzer Prize finalist

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