In The News

Exterior of the Wayne Morse Federal Courthouse in Eugene.
May 8

Landmark climate lawsuit involving UO students will proceed

Plaintiffs argue that their futures are imperiled by government inaction on climate change
A group of students gather around a table to celebrate enrolling at UO
May 4

The Week That Was in Social Media, April 27-May 3

Celebrating Decision Day, gauging the value of a college education, and marking the start of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month were among our most popular...
Image shows a magnified mucous screen
May 3

UO biologist writes essay about 3 studies of ocean grazers

In a Conversation piece, Kelly Sutherland tells readers how her lab approached an examination of how tiny creatures eat and feed the ocean
The U.S. continues to wrestle with questions about the value of a college degree
April 30

UO, Michigan and Ohio State presidents write on college's value

Amid national pressure for universities to demonstrate their value to students, the three presidents pen an essay for The Conversation
Image of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh
April 27

The week that was in social media, April 20-26

The new bike share program, Saudi Ducks and the UO's Rajneesh archives were among this week's favorites
A stack of newspapers
April 26

Media week: UO scholars in the news in recent weeks

UO experts provided insight on topics including supervolcanos and Marvel comics
Iron Man armor
April 23

UO English professor leads team of comic curators

Ben Saunders is the chief curator for the 'Marvel: Universe of Superheroes' exhibit in Seattle
An architect's rendering of the new Hayward Field.
April 20

The Week That Was in Social Media, April 13-19

Our top social posts of the week included the unveiling of the new Hayward Field
Researchers install undersea monitoring equipment in Antarctica.
April 13

The Week That Was in Social Media, April 7-12

Top social posts of the week include a UO researcher leading a team that installed undersea monitoring equipment in Antarctica
Law professor Liz Tippett
April 12

Secrecy rules can put lawyers in the hot seat, prof writes

In an article for The Conversation, Liz Tippett writes about the reasons for attorney-client privilege, and its pitfalls