Oregon Quarterly

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
Jeff Trinci, founder of TheGroomslist.com. Photograph courtesy Jeff Trinci
July 1

Merchant of Groom

He guides guys through the mysterious rituals of matrimony
Three University of Oregon undergraduates dream big, launching Blue Dog Mead to take honey wine to the masses. (Left to right: Simon Blatz, Chase Drum, Simon Spencer). Photograph by Jack Liu
July 1

The Busy Bees of Brewing

Three students aspire to become mead moguls
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