Oregon Quarterly

Indoor environments are home to people as well as microscopic bacteria, fungi, viruses, and, shown here at 500X magnification, pollen. Photograph by Dartmouth Electron Microscope Facility, Dartmouth College
April 1

Home Sweet Biome

UO scientists study how sustainable building design can improve human health
The "enlightened master" in one of his ninety Rolls Royces. Photograph by Samvado Gunnar Kossatz
April 1

Apocalypse Here

Excerpt from Win McCormack's, MFA '78, book about the religious group in north-central Oregon that committed bioterrorism
Cans Seurat, full view by Chris Jordan
April 1

Making His Pointillism

An artisit uses hundreds of thousands of aluminum cans to critique mass consumption in the U.S.
Photograph by John Bauguess
April 1

Profile: Richard Taylor

UO physics professor uses stories and narrative to enhance his lectures and engage students
An original manuscript page from Kesey's jail journal. Photograph courtesy UO Libraries Special Collections
April 1

From Ken's Pen

Kesey's papers are a treasure of the UO Libraries—for now
Bill Russell and "Red" Auerbach. Photograph courtesy Associated Press
April 1

Fast Break Hoops

Coach Bill Reinhart and the nephew who wanted to preserve his memory
Clockwise from left: 2009-10 ASUO president Emma Kallaway '10 and vice-president Getachew Kassa; Clifton "Pat" McArthur '01; Claude Robinson '24; Ron Eachus '70; and Phil Sherburne '64. Kallaway and Kassa photo by Mike Perrault. All others: UO Librairies
April 1

Hail to the Chiefs

What do student government leaders do after graduation?
Photograph by Jonathan Maus–bikeportland.org
April 1

On the Job

Longtime Congressman reflects on politics, trends, and life on The Hill
Action during a game between the Portland Timbers and the Vancouver Whitecaps held at Swangard Stadium, Burnaby, British Colombia. Photograph by Jeffery Simpson
April 1

Big League Voice

Duck calls play-by-play for Portland's new pro team
April 1

The Edge

A story by a U.S. diplomatic courier on what can–and sometimes will–go wrong during air travel

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