Oregon Quarterly

Sean Andries aims to bring art to all corners of Oregon (photo courtesy of Sean Andries)
July 7

Theater Alumnus Drives Great Art for Great Communities

Sean Andries (BS ’06, theater arts) joins the board of directors of the Oregon Cultural Trust
Livesay was a baseball standout before joining the wood products industry (credit: Special Collectio
July 7

Duck Tale: Hitting Home Runs, in Industry

High heat and high blood pressure forced James Livesay to trade baseball for the wood products field 
Anne Helen Petersen, author of Can't Even (credit: Eric Matt)
July 7

Letters to the Editor Summer 2021

Feedback on author Anne Helen Petersen's "Can't Even," student resolve, and the "12 Words" essay
Oregon Quarterly Summer 2021 cover shows the Duck and graduates (credit: Chris Larsen, University Communications)
July 7

Download the Summer 2021 Issue PDF

View the most recent issue of Oregon Quarterly in print form 
A look at UO neuroscience
April 7

Neuroscience on the Rise

A longstanding area of research excellence and a popular new major take center stage at the University of Oregon
Nicole Wales' glass research
April 7

Physics Student is Melting Glass Ceilings

Nicole Wales has distinguished herself through research into the physical properties of glass—and by what she’s overcome
comics studies cartoon of science research
April 7

Comics Studies Program is Drawn to Science

Researchers and students from the UO’s first-in-the-nation comics studies minor illustrate complex ideas
Empowering Through Education: UO's Prison Education Program
April 7

Empowering the Incarcerated through Education

UO Prison Education Program provides new opportunities for personal growth among students and incarcerated Oregonians
Adrian Parr, the new Dean of the UO College of Design
April 7

Adrian Parr: An Explorer by Design

Adrian Parr will help the UO flex its imagination in the pursuit of environmental and social justice
Kara Clevinger, via Zoom
April 7

Kara Clevinger, of English, on Remote Teaching and Wawa Pretzels

Kara Clevinger guided peers through a redesign of classes, and admits a fondness for snacks