Campus News

Woman on stage
May 4

Storytellers to share personal tales about their journeys

In its second year, 'Intertwined' adds an additional performance to bring the event to more people
Shaun Harper
May 4

Education expert wraps up this year's African-American series

Shaun R. Harper’s visit will focus on free speech, academic freedom and student rights
LiDAR helped Roering's group locate an ancient riverbed in northern California
May 4

Pub talk will tell how lasers are revealing Oregon's landscapes

Earth sciences professor Josh Roering is learning about ancient and potential landslides with lasers fired from the sky
Second-year law student Caulin Price stops to watch the nest on a screen in the Law Library during a final exam study break
May 3

Webcam is drawing eyes to an osprey nest above UO law school

Even with the school's May 19 graduation looming, people are watching ospreys with their recently laid eggs
Activity at a past ASUO Street Faire
May 2

ASUO Spring Street Faire returns to campus May 9 to 12

Some of the proceeds will go to a food security fund to develop campus food pantries and support other food programs for students in need
Museum of Natural and Cultural History
May 1

UO science museum is awarded highest national honor

The National Medal for Museum and Library Service recognizes the museum's statewide outreach
Freedom of Expression event logo
April 27

A day of events will tackle issues of sports activism in America

Berkeley professor Harry Edwards, architect of the Olympic Project for Human Rights, will speak
Bhairavi Desai
April 26

Union organizer will discuss the gig economy at campus events

Bhairavi Desai, of the New York Taxi Workers Alliance, will speak in Portland and Eugene
Facade of Knight Library
April 26

Task force asks for students’ creative responses to library murals

The controversial artworks have been the topic of debates over race and intellectual freedom
The Muxeres student group
April 24

Take Back the Night to mark 40 years at the University of Oregon

A rally, march and speakout will start at the UO and continue to downtown Eugene on Thursday