Oregon Quarterly

Chuck and Gwen Lillis (photo: Charlie Litchfield, University Communications)
July 6

Dynamic Duck Duo

Chuck and Gwen Lillis have served the UO in many ways. Mostly, they listen, lead, and dare the university to be great.
Hayward Tower lit up in green (photo: Marin Stuart, Student Services & Enrollment Mgmt.)
July 6

Hello, World. Meet Oregon.

The World Athletics Championships Oregon22 give unprecedented opportunities to showcase UO contributions to society
Paul Swanagrd sits in Hayward Field booth to cover the world championships
July 6

Insider's View: Paul Swangard

This summer holds special meaning for NBC broadcaster, UO faculty member, alumnus, and “the voice of Hayward Field”
President Michael Schill (credit: Charlie Litchfield, University Communications)
July 6

President Schill on the World Championships and Chuck Lillis

It’s a time of change and achievement for the UO says President Michael Schill, in his opening essay for the summer issue
Damien Callahan, human physiology (Photo by Chris Larsen, University Communications)
July 6

Damien Callahan and Injuries in Athletes

Knight Campus scientist Damien Callahan studies elite athletes for clues about muscle rehabilitation after injury
Project Shell, a virtual reality simulation, created to help turtles
July 6

Daniel Pimentel: A Turtle's-Eye View of the World

A virtual reality simulation designed by a University of Oregon professor could help spur people to environmental action
Chapa's son walks with his daughter in Hayward Field
July 6

Rudy Chapa on New Magic at Hayward Field

The six-time All American runner reflects on the legacy and future of Hayward Field for both athletes and spectators
Raevyn Allen
July 6

Raevyn Rogers: "I'm Just Getting Started"

UO running great Raevyn Rogers, whose image is enshrined upon the Hayward Field tower, is set to show the world what she can do
Devon Allen trains for the World Championships
July 6

Devon Allen Chases World Championships and Pro Football

It had been six years since Devon Allen played competitive football for the Ducks. That didn’t stop him from chasing a historic twofer
Coquille Indian Tribe Chief Jason Younker
July 6

Chief Jason Younker Leads Coquille through Service

The UO alumnus, a voice for his people, looks to preserve and restore Coquille culture for future generations

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