Oregon Quarterly

November 1

Sea Change

Two agate tools have reshaped archaeologists’ view of how and when the first settlers came to our state
November 1

Farming for the Future

Shelley Bowerman has dirty hands and a clear vision for a new farmers movement
November 1

Driving Change

At a time when most Saudi women received little or no formal education, one future Duck set out on a quest that led to a PhD
November 1

Propelled by Jellies

One UO researcher wonders if underwater vehicles could be patterned after highly mobile sea creatures
November 1

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November 1

Letters to the Editor Winter 2015

Letters to the editor include looking at plastic-free solutions and bringing attention to saving the sharks
November 1

The Search for Alaby Blivet

What kind of person submits more than 120 class notes to his alumni magazine? An editor tries to find out.
August 1

Bug Business

Two Ducks hop to keep up with demand for their line of premium flours and protein products
August 1

The Shaking Palsy

Jon Palfreman, a recently retired professor of journalism, writes about early attempts to understand and treat the disease
August 1

Wandering Hong Kong

Landscape architecture students discover one of Asia’s great cities in an intensive summer program

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