Campus News

Updated Hayward Field design
June 4

Pac-12 championships will serve as the new Hayward Field debut

The meet will give the public its first look at the new stadium after a two-year, top-to-bottom makeover
Heidi Schreck performing in What the Constitution Means to Me (Photo by Joan Marcus)
May 31

UO grad up for multiple Tony awards for play ‘Constitution’

Heidi Schreck’s dive into America’s guiding document began with speeches at American Legion events
Artist rendering
May 29

Ideas for naming of Black Cultural Center now being accepted

A committee of students, faculty members and staff will forward three finalists to the president
Child drawing a bird's nest
May 28

June swoons with a tasty menu of arts and culture opportunities

Art exhibits, concerts and even peregrine falcons are some of this month's campus offerings
Construction at Hayward Field
May 27

Hayward Field is revealing its new face as stadium rises

Work on what will be the nation's premier track and field facility continues on schedule
The UO emblem on Dads Gate
May 24

Board of trustees approves indexed resident tuition increase

The final tuition level won’t be set until after the state Legislature passes a budget
Peregrine falcon
May 24

‘Peregrine Falcon’ to land at UO science and history museum

The traveling exhibit tells the story of the raptor's return from the brink of extinction
Renaissance map of the world
May 23

New series of public talks will focus on the humanities

The Oregon Humanities Center is sponsoring the Wine Chats discussions, which start May 30
An image from the exhibit 'Passange'
May 22

New video exhibit at JSMA offers a different look into slavery

'Passage,' by South African artist Mohau Modisakeng, will be on view through Aug. 9
Computer station
May 20

Transform IT plan for campus tech support now available

Recommendations include shifting to a geographical model and extending help desk hours