Oregon Quarterly

Devon Allen trains for the World Championships
July 6

Devon Allen Chases World Championships and Pro Football

It had been six years since Devon Allen played competitive football for the Ducks. That didn’t stop him from chasing a historic twofer
Coquille Indian Tribe Chief Jason Younker
July 6

Chief Jason Younker Leads Coquille through Service

The UO alumnus, a voice for his people, looks to preserve and restore Coquille culture for future generations
Haley Case-Scott at the National Tribal Forum for Air Quality
July 6

Haley Case-Scott: Thinking Green in the White House

The alumna and environment champion is a policy assistant in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
Bee spring OQ cover
July 6

Letters to the Editor Summer 2022

Letters in the summer issue were abuzz about bees, conservation, and Quarterly kudos
Oregon Quarterly Summer 2022
July 6

Download the Summer 2022 Issue PDF

Download the latest issue of Oregon Quarterly as a print magazine
Mural with the Lincoln Cottage featured in the background; "View of the Soldiers' Home in Lincoln's Time" by William Woodward, 2007
June 14

Finding Lincoln: The hidden cottage of the 16th US president

Michael Atwood, new CEO of the Lincoln Cottage, talks about his new role at this US National Monument 
Cassandra Law, BS ’88 (human development and performance), pictured in her Oregon jacket with the Duck.
June 13

UO rugby veteran is second in command with Veteran Affairs

Discover how Cassandra Law helped bring women’s rugby to the UO and to the Women’s Rugby World Cups in 1991
Garrett Hongo
May 26

Garrett Hongo's Quest for Artistic Perfection

Garrett Hongo is the first UO professor to receive the Aiken Taylor Award, recognizing the poet's distinguished career
Sharleen Nelson with her son Cory Huffman, BA '07 (religious studies) and daugher Kaylee Crum (Huffman), BA '16 (sociology) posing in a "Then and Now" photo. Photo Courtesy of Sharleen Nelson
May 10

A Modern Mother’s Day Tale

Sharleen Nelson shares the winding life path she took, first as a single mother and then as a first-generation student 
Recent grads Connor Bussey and Adam Faris
May 10

Recent grads turned TikTok entrepreneurs

Recent graduates Connor Bussey and Adam Faris take on the popular TikTok platform

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