Oregon Quarterly

November 1

Letters to the Editor Winter 2016

Letters include reflections on library collections, commending UO innovation, and looking at campus changes 
November 1

Rebooting Beethoven

A piece cowritten by five Oregon teens earns a premiere performance by the Eugene Symphony
November 1

Science Rising

The UO’s sparkling new science library—spacious, modern, and light-filled—provides a collaborative hub for students and faculty.
November 1

Purple State

Literature professor Barbara Mossberg uses the metaphor of "purple" to describe her philosophy of interdisciplinary learning.
November 1

Fashion Statement

Assistant professor of product design Elizabeth Esponnette hopes to revolutionize the clothing industry with a novel manufacturing process
November 1

Profile: Andrew Nelson

Andrew Nelson draws from his diverse degrees to blend different areas of study with entrepreneurship
November 1

The Best... Place to Dream

Student Melissa Epifano finds best place for daydreaming and researching on campus
November 1

My Flight of Angels

In this excerpt from Teacher: Two Years in the Mississippi Delta (University Press of Mississippi, 2016), English instructor Mike Copperman, MFA
August 1

Hidden Gems

A look into the UO Libraries special collections, a resource for both scholars and community members
August 1

Full Circle

When Win Min, BS ’16, reaches his final destination, he will be back where he began—but with much to offer his country

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