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UO thought leaders give their thoughts on racism
June 19

UO voices on Juneteenth ponder issues of race

Thought leaders address George Floyd’s death and historic momentum of the Black Lives Matter movement
Graboyes’ daughters use a pulley system to share toys and notes with the girls next door
April 16

On a Balcony in Belluno, Overlooking a Pandemic

A UO expert in medical history, quarantined in Italy, observes the devastation of a virus
Photos by Dusty Whitaker, University Communications
April 14

Biologist Karen Guillemin: Beneficial Microbe Hunter

Biologist Karen Guillemin explores the microbial world to unlock secrets of human health
The Duck crowd surfing
April 14

The Duck has a secret life? You bet, and here's the story

For someone who never speaks, the longtime UO mascot has quite a few tales to tell
April 14

Shooting Star

The story of Sabrina Ionescu, the best NCAA basketball player ... ever?
Crowd of protestors with signs supporting law enforcement
April 14

Geographer Peter Walker on the Malheur Occupation

The brave resilience of Harney County residents in opposition to the Malheur occupation could be a model of community building 
April 14

Remembering Jim Bartko and Boy in the Mirror

Jim Bartko sought to free himself from the sexual abuse he suffered and to help other survivors
April 14

Faculty Profile: Nick Kohler, Geography

Geography professor shares how interactions with the outdoors are the best, and only, way to study the natural world
April 14

Hospital Serves Victims of Obstetric Fistula in Uganda

An architecture alumna helps give hope to women suffering from obstetric fistula, a debilitating condition