Campus News

Pro-choice and anti-abortion protesters
May 11

UO experts weigh in on Supreme Court leak, possible end of Roe

Three faculty members share their views on the draft ruling and its implications
Hands holding paper-doll people
May 9

Ballmer Institute shares scope of practice, program objectives

Students, faculty, staff and community members can provide comments through May 23
Students throwing the O
May 9

Some surprises in store for the annual Ducks Give event

Organizers hope to set an all-time fundraising record for the May 12 challenge
Ospreys on nest with eggs
May 6

Ospreys return to law school nest, along with naming contest

Three eggs are waiting to hatch, and names will be announced June 1
Woman making protest sign
May 6

Climate Justice Teach-in explores environmental justice and art

The free, student-led event will take place May 16-17 in the Erb Memorial Union
Lewis Watts art in gallery
May 5

Artist explores the African diaspora in new exhibition

Work by Lewis Watts is on view through Sept. 4 at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art
Street Faire scene
April 27

The spring Street Faire is back at full crunchy, munchy capacity

The long-running campus event takes place May 4-6 along East 13th Avenue
The Tokitae Totem Pole in Seattle
April 25

Totem Pole Journey will make a stop on the UO campus

The tour is a Northwest experience that combines art, science and ancestral knowledge
UO Hui ‘O Hawai’i performance
April 25

UO celebrates Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May

Learn about the diverse cultures of several regions throughout the month
The Dema African Dance and Drumming Ensemble
April 25

May is merry, and the UO has the arts events to prove it

Events include an Asian heritage month, theater, music, dance, movies and more

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