Campus News

Take Back the Night marchers
April 1

Campus events aim to raise awareness of sexual violence

Activities and conversations taking place this month will focus on helping survivors
Scene from the movie 'Diane'
April 1

April showers make art flower on campus and around town

Goodbye snow, hello sunshine, warm days, frisbees, tulips and the arts on campus.
Justin Driver
April 1

Speaker to discuss the courts and constitutional rights for students

Justin Driver is the final guest for this year’s UO African American Workshop and Speaker Series
Duck women celebrate
March 31

Duck women earn first-ever trip to basketball's Final Four

The team is headed to Tampa for a Friday night matchup and a chance to play in the championship game
Oregon Capitol Building
March 29

Bill would expand the UO's Oregon Research Schools Network

Legislation in the Oregon Senate would put the program in more high schools around the state
UO research vessel at OIMB
March 29

Legislature considers funding for new OIMB research vessel

A bill now being debated would allocate $500,000 to help fund a larger, modern science ship
Jose Cortez
March 29

English professor talks about diversity and teaching writing

In a UO Today interview, José Corez says it is important to create a scholarly community among students
Exterior and sign at Many Nations Longhouse
March 29

Duck grad named steward of Many Nations Longhouse

Katie Staton was the assistant steward from 2008-10 while working on a master's degree
A Point bus
March 27

Valley bus service moves and upgrades UO stop location

The Point bus service to Portland will now pick up and drop off on Agate Street near East 15th
The news staff of Minnesota Public Radio News
March 25

#MeToo stories earn Minnesota radio staff the Ancil Payne Award

Station wins the SOJC's ethics prize for coverage of Garrison Keillor misconduct allegations