Oregon Quarterly

John Yeon's Aubrey R. Watzek House is considered a pioneering example of Northwest-style modernist architecture. Photograph by Esto
July 1

Spirit of Place

The story of how John Yeon paved the way for Northwest style and the architecture of Oregon today
Photograph CC Edgeplot by-NC-SA 3.0
July 1


The winning essay of the 2012 Northwest Perspectives Essay Contest offers a heartbreaking story of love and longing
Oregon Daily Emerald publisher Ryan Frank '99. Frank is charged with leading the evolution of the organization from a traditional newspaper publishing enterprise to a multimedia endeavor. Photograph by Ivar Vong - Oregon Daily Emerald
July 1

The Oregon "Daily" Emerald

For ninety-two years, the UO’s student newspaper has been a print daily. Beginning this fall, that’s going to change.
Cirque du Soleil performing their touring show Dralion at Matthew Knight Arena, 2011. Photograph courtesy Mike Duncan
July 1

Booking Matt Arena

The man behind the curtain at the UO’s 12,000-seat events facility
Photograph by AP Photo - Wong Maye - E
July 1

Lady Gaga, Sweet Potatoes, and Water Buffalo

Excerpt from Yong Zhao's blog post, "If Lady Gaga Can Be Useful..."
Illustration by Dan Pegoda
July 1

On Beating Steve Prefontaine

The epic tale of how a race to class became one alum's most memorable moment at UO
Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art - Detail from Happy Buddha by Ik-Joong Kang, 2007
July 1

Going Global

The UO and its strengthening ties with Asia and the Pacific Rim
Photograph by John Bauguess
July 1

The Best... Bench

A hidden, secluded seat to rest your feet offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of campus
Mister Ooh-La-La performs in the gladiatorial glitz that is professional wrestling as a lint brush-wielding sideman who is often drawn into the fray. Photograph courtesy Mister Ooh-La-La
July 1

Fashion Consultant to the Large and Sweaty

The man behind the moniker: Mister Ooh-La-La talks entertainment and wrestling
Photograph by John Bauguess
July 1

Profile: David Wacks

UO Associate Professor of Spanish helps students tackle the daunting task of translating old literature