Oregon Quarterly

Brian Trapp, shot by Marjorie Celona
January 20

Twelve Words: Thoughts of Compassion Capture What Words Cannot

Twins can share a bond stronger than words
US Army men depicted attacking Natives during the Indian Wars
January 20

Historian Examines Native American Genocide, its Legacy, and Survivors

Jeffrey Ostler’s Surviving Genocide surveys three centuries of violence on the American frontier
Xavier "Princess" Warner and members of Black Unity PDX
January 20

Black Lives Matter Protests: Movement in Black and White

Student Mya Lansing's portraits shed light on this summer's Black Lives Matter protests
Ancient music meets AI
January 20

New York Polyphony Marries Ancient Music to AI

Vocal chamber ensemble reimagines ancient music texts with assist from artificial intelligence
Daniel Lowd, associate professor of CIS
January 20

Faculty Profile: Daniel Lowd, Computer and Information Science

Computer and information science professor shares a lesson in "adversarial machine learning" 
Barney "Scout" Mann out on the trail
January 20

Hiker's Hiker Barney “Scout” Mann on the Pacific Crest Trail

Having hiked thousands of miles over the years, law alumnus pens his experiences on the PCT
Sabrina Gimenez
January 20

From "Yes Day" to "Love, Victor," Film Editor is Making the Cuts

So immersed in an editing project she lost track of time, Sabrina Gimenez discovered her calling
Robert Bailey performing with Garth Brooks (Blues John Photography)
January 20

Friends in "O" Places: Robert Bailey on Garth Brooks and Animal House

Singer and UO alumnus details his career that featured Garth Brooks, Animal House, and more
Diana Akiyama, BS '81 (human development and performance)
January 20

Answering a Higher Calling

Diana Akiyama is paving the way for Asian American women in the Episcopal Church
Depiction of NASA's Artemis Program, with astronauts again on the Moon someday
January 20

To the Moon and Beyond

UO alumnus Dave Draper is, quite literally, shooting for the stars