Campus News

Oregon Bach Festival poster
June 15

Oregon Bach Festival kicks off its second virtual season

The free events June 25-July 11 showcase classical music from the US and abroad
Gold medal for 2020 Olympic Track and Field Trials
June 15

Olympic Trials, delayed a year, are back on track at Hayward

The stadium will be separated into vaccinated and unvaccinated sections for fan safety
Graduate playing ukulele
June 14

Another flock of Ducks bids farewell, looks to a bright future

Commencement for the Class of 2021 heads outdoors following a year like no other
UO President Michael Schill
June 14

President Schill congratulates the Class of 2021, and looks ahead

He hopes the event marks the beginning of a new era of recovery, hope and renewal
Kimberly Johnson
June 10

Kimberly Johnson named permanent vice provost for UESS

She has been at the UO since 2014 and had been interim vice provost since February
Graduates in caps and gowns
June 7

Here's what you need to know about the 2021 commencement

Two in-person events have been added to the otherwise virtual ceremonies
Krista Chronister
June 7

Krista Chronister to lead new Division of Graduate Studies

The College of Education professor and leader will start as vice provost Aug. 17
Gay pride parade
June 4

Pride Month celebration is different this year, but still proud

With pandemic rules still in place, the month is about connecting while physically distant
UO President Michael Schill
June 2

President Schill condemns anti-Semitic violence, harassment

He urges people to 'stand up to hatred' based on religion, race, gender or national origin
Anime scene from Studio Ghibli
May 28

Summer beckons, and so does the campus arts scene

Much is still virtual, but there's plenty of film, theater and music to find online

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