Oregon Quarterly

May 1

"Mr. Oregon"

Our State's Most Powerful and Least Remembered Leader
May 1

Hoop Dreams on a Roll

 A UO grad turns a life-changing injury into an opportunity to change the lives of others
May 1

Young Grads Don't Miss a Beat

Just a year out of college, James Beke and Tyree Harris create a major buzz with their edgy national ad campaign
May 1

The Sweet Spot of Shared Interests

 A journalist-turned-leadership-coach says the key to success lies in collaboration
May 1

School of Hard Blocks

Remembering the memories that filled Mac Court in the late '70s and early '80s
May 1

A Mystery Laid Bare

Excerpt from The Statues That Walked: Unraveling the Mystery of Easter Island by Terry Hunt
May 1

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May 1

Clubhouse to Courthouse: Law on the Golf Course

Excerpt from The Little Book of Golf Law by John H. Minan
May 1

The Hip-Hop Prof

Loren Kajikawa brings an increasingly popular musical form into the realm of serious study
May 1

Gabriel Sanchez, Cultural Explorer

A young archaeologist investigates whaling among the Northwest Coast's indigenous peoples

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