Oregon Quarterly

Tyson Winter works as the social media manager for NASCAR
October 7

NASCAR Social Media Driver Puts the Pedal to the Mettle

Using lessons taught at the SOJC, Tyson Winter runs NASCAR's high-speed social media
Deanna Lynn, 2020 architecture grad
October 7

Duck Grad Breaks New Ground in Modeling Landscape Processes

Deanna Lynn receives research honor for examing design projects that generate less carbon
Cheyenne Holliday, 2018 psychology grad
October 7

When Water Matters, Psychology Grad Advocates for Underrepresented Groups

Climate change, dwindling resources making water issues more crucial for Oregon communities
2020 grad Kateyln Swarringim and her canine companion, Miley
October 7

A Dog's Disability Leads to Life Lessons in Caring Companionship

For Kateyln Swarringim, adapting to her pet's needs created new understandings
Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2020
October 7

Letters to the Editor Autumn 2020

Readers responded to the George Floyd protests, the denaming of Deady Hall, toppled statues, and more
Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2020
October 7

Download the Autumn 2020 Issue (PDF)

Check out a digital version of the latest issue of Oregon Quarterly
5 on COVID-19 with a man walking a dog while both are wearing masks
July 15

Five UO Experts on COVID-19

UO faculty break down the virus from their areas of expertise
July 15

Voices on Racism

Thought leaders address George Floyd's death and historic momentum of the Black Lives Matter movement
July 15

Schill on George Floyd Protests, Black Lives Matter, Deady Renaming

UO President Michael Schill on the protests, systemic racism, COVID-19 and moving forward
André Le Duc wearing a mask
July 15

Crisis Control: Andre Le Duc and Fall Reopening Amid COVID-19

Chief resilience officer Andre Le Duc is preparing the UO for safe reopening in the time of COVID-19