Campus News

Kristin Yarris
December 7

UO Today: International studies professor on a book, new minor

Kristin Yarris talked about an interdisciplinary mental health class and the global health minor
Robin Coste Lewis
December 5

UO Today: Los Angeles poet laureate shares her work

Robin Coste Lewis talks about and reads aloud from her new poetry collection
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
December 1

Technology a primary theme at trustees' December meetings

President Initiative in Data Science and Transform IT among scheduled presentations on Dec. 7 and 8
Sorting recyclables
December 1

UO Zero Waste works to keep recyclables out of the landfill

Cups, plastics and garbage are contaminating recycling efforts 
Crane lower sculpture
November 30

Twelve sculptures by acclaimed artist Ai Weiwei come to JSMA

The works, representing figures of the Chinese zodiac, are in the north courtyard
Nancie Fadeley
November 28

Pioneering former legislator and Duck remains a force in Oregon

Oregon Quarterly speaks with Nancie Fadeley, who helped pass the state’s bottle bill and land-use planning law
President Michael Schill
November 27

Schill voices concern over the effects of proposed tax overhaul

The changes would hurt graduate students the most, but also charitable giving
Man using leaf blower
November 27

In fall, UO groundskeepers' No. 1 job is bringing in the leaves

UO groundskeepers spend fall term clearing campus leaves 
Willie Taggart with team
November 22

Willie Taggart brings some Florida sunshine to rainy Eugene

The UO’s new head football coach says winning isn’t complicated, but people are
Laura Pulido
November 21

UO Today: Ethnic studies and geography prof on racial violence

Laura Pulido also talks about her research and political activism in an interview with Paul Peppis