Oregon Quarterly

January 10

A Design for Life

Growing up, Jess Kokkeler loved treehouses. What he learned about them could now help save endangered animals in Africa.
October 1

The Spy Who Taught Me

George Wickes taught thousands of UO students, but few knew about his early career
October 1

Luck and a Broadway Duck

John Sanders traces his success to the UO’s Pocket Playhouse and Clark Honors College
October 1

The Ultimate Teaching Tool

Reaching out to students through Spanish classes, and love
October 1

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October 1

Stories of Diversity

Members of the multicultural UO community share personal statements about the strengths and challenges of diversity
October 1

Illuminating Tomorrow: Five Big Ideas

Today’s idea is tomorrow’s reality. UO experts dissect what's coming down the road.
October 1

Best Foot Forward

Alumnus rethinks the meaning of ‘canvas’ at his artist-focused shoe company
October 1

Letters to the Editor Autumn 2017

Readers reflect on E. G. “Eb” Ebbighausen, respond to fact-checking, and recount lessons from "Big Jim"
October 1

Prediction Game

New hires in earth sciences will help the UO get ahead of the region's volatile volcanoes

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