Campus News

Black Panther rally
October 9

New civil rights exhibit at MNCH shines a light on Eugene

Photos, interviews and historical archives explore how racist attitudes drove civil rights activism
Joan Hicks in Ghana
October 8

Fall Oregon Quarterly showcases student research experience

The magazine looks at how undergrads seek insights across campus and around the globe
Plastic containers
October 7

Plastics event at PK Park will keep recyclables out of landfills

Participants will receive a free ticket to the women’s soccer game on Sunday
Japanese votive slip
October 4

Ghosts and monsters of Japan to scare up interest at pub talk

Professor Glynne Walley will talk about senjafuda votive slips at the Oct. 9 event
SPICE Camp participant at her automata
October 3

SPICE will hold its annual Science Open House on Oct. 9

More than 20 hands-on activities presented by science outreach groups will be offered
Josh Roering, Kelly Graves, Michelle McKinley, Matt Thomas
October 3

Wings has leadership, research and kombucha on tap

President Michael Schill will give an update about the UO during the Oct. 16 event in Portland
UO President Michael Schill
October 3

President welcomes a record-breaking class as fall term begins

He said the academic year brings new buildings, a new provost and new excitement to campus
Students at Black Cultural Center
October 3

Grand opening for UO's new Black Cultural Center set for Oct. 12

Events at the center, named for longtime advisor Lyllye Reynolds-Parker, begin at 11:30 a.m.
Class of 2023 at Flock Party
October 3

UO's incoming Class of 2023 is one for the record books

This year's class is the largest ever and also set new records for GPA and SAT scores
Seismologist Lucy Jones
October 2

'Earthquake Lady' Lucy Jones is the next Wayne Morse Chair

A Caltech and USGS seismologist, Jones is a leading voice in natural disaster resiliency