Oregon Quarterly

Nina Kerkebane on her last day at work as a loan officer for Northwest Community Credit Union.
October 7

McNair Scholar Studies Economic Inequality

Persecuted in Algeria, Nina Kerkebane is devoted to helping marginalized groups
A graphic depicting Netflix and Hulu vying for the top spot in the streaming industry
October 7

Do You Hulu? A CIS Student Tracks Usage of Media Providers

UO Junior Donna Hooshmand analyzes usage of Netflix and Hulu–all while adjusting to life far from home
The infamous Sisyphus, pushing the boulder up a mountain
October 7

Philosophy Major Turns to Camus and Kant for Addiction Therapy

Research yields a philosophy for overcoming addiction and taking pride in self-improvement
Kim Johnson, Assistant Vice Provost
October 7

UO Official's Debut Novel on Race Addresses Two Americas

Assistant Vice Provost’s young adult novel on systemic racism comes at a pivotal moment
Members of the UO Black Student Union in 1968
October 7

McNair Scholar Examines 50 Years of Black Protest at UO

Recent UO graduate Desirae Brown examines a parallel between Black student movements on campus 50 years apart
Alina Salagean and Diana Libuda
October 7

Faculty-Student Team Studies Reproductive Biology

Professor and protégé find research is in their DNA
Kunipo-Aguirre's Twitter feed helped to draw attention to the spread of COVID-19 in California
October 7

Fighting COVID-19 Misinformation, Global Health Student Tweets the Truth

Student’s Twitter feed serves as a vaccine for rapid spread of COVID-19 misinformation
Madi Scott's research setup features a set of microscopes of different sizes
October 7

Chem Major Lights the Way for Women with Laser Work

Talented researcher paves a path for future scientists
Two installations of ecopoetry by Adeline Fecker
October 7

Exploring Mysteries, Creating Art as a Poet and Scientist

Student's art installations blend lessons learned from biology, ecopoetry
Woman with a microphone
October 7

Voices on Racism 2: The Effect of the Pandemic

UO students, faculty, staff and alumni reflect on the effects of pandemic upon people of color