Oregon Quarterly

Photograph by Jonathan B. Smith
April 1

Marathon Mom

A case of mistaken identity motivated a former marathoner to again lace up her running shoes
A scene of the destructive aftermath of the deadly 2011 Christchurch earthquake. Photograph by CC Caacrinolaas by-NC-ND-2.5
April 1

Shaking It Off

UO alumnus Jack Heinemann perseveres after surviving the one-two punch of New Zealand earthquakes
April 1

Driving Lessons

A blind golfer passes the joy of the game to blind and visually challenged kids
Photograph by Carolina Manero
April 1

Clear Economics, Muddled Politics

Excerpt from economist Robert Kuttner's lecture, "The Political Economy of Austerity"
April 1

Letters to the Editor Spring 2013

Letters to the editor include comments on education and the school system, a penguin identification guide, and remembering Uni Hi
April 1

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Captain James Rorimer supervising GIs in the returning of art stolen from French Jews by the Germans stored in Neuschwanstein Castle, 1945-02. Photograph courtesy the US National Archives and Records Administration
January 1

The Art of War

Gordon Gilkey was central to the effort to protect, find and repatriate artwork plundered by the Nazis during WWII
Photograph by Bell + Funk - David Funk
January 1


RAIN—an economic initiative in the Southern Willamette Valley—brings academic and community resources under one umbrella
Photograph courtesy UO Libraries Special Collections and University Archives
January 1

Curious Science

Rare books from the UO Libraries' Special Collections illustrate the advance of knowledge about our world
Photograph by Matt Cooper
January 1

Science Goes to Sea

Research sheds light on the likely source of "the Big One"