Oregon Quarterly

Doug Sebranek, Tony Pasillas, and Cabot Clark recently placed the gravestone of World War I casualty Leslie Tooze in Pioneer Cemetery. Photograph courtesy Quentin Holmes
July 1

Remembering Yesterday's War

Ninety-four years after his death in World War I, a Duck receives a new honor
Photograph courtesy UO Libraries Special Collections and University Archives
July 1

Tales of a Kindhearted Curmudgeon

Excerpt from Leland Roth's collection of anecdotes about UO art historian and art professor emeritus, Marion Dean Ross
Architects' rendering of the Global Scholars Hall. Photograph courtesy Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Architects
July 1

Thinking about Space

Landscape architects make campus function better through thoughtful design
July 1

Letters to the Editor Summer 2012

Letters to the editor include reactions to the firing of Lariviere, remembering an old professor, and many "welcome homes"
Photograph by Michael McDermott
April 1

Power Hungry

UO researcher Shannon Boettcher works on developing a solar-power storage system that is as smart as your basic dandelion
The middle dipping powder for chef Matt Bennett's "deconstructed pemmican" began as elk sirloin, which he dried and ground in a coffee grinder; beside it on the hawthorn slab are raspberry and strawberry powders from Oregon Freeze Day in Albany.
April 1

Kalapuya Cuisine

Albany chef Matt Bennett debuts camas bulbs and wapato tubers for New York City diners
Photograph by Jack Liu
April 1

Rose to Power

Photos of the Rose Bowl 2012 Championship
Photograph CC Terry Chay by-NC-ND-3.0
April 1

Oregon Patriot in Tough Times

Poet Kim Stafford explores what it means to belong to a place
UO researchers study children's brains and teach kids to overcome obstacles to learning. Photograph by Christina M. Karns
April 1

Rerailing the Brain Train

UO's Brain Development Lab helps underprivileged kids stay focused
Longtime Reed College professor Lloyd Reynolds, MA '29. Photograph courtesy Reed College Library - Reed Digital Collection
April 1

Joy in the Making

How a Northwesterner's love of calligraphy changed the world

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