Oregon Quarterly

Caitlyn Jenner (James White)
July 6

Caitlyn Jenner: On Her Own Terms

Caitlyn Jenner’s visit triggers a reflection on identity and the power of story
For Oregon and generations of Ducks, Animal House has been regarded as a key part of UO culture, but the film also has a complicated history as both cinematic milestone and reputational millstone.
July 6

Animal House: Still Funny at Age 40?

National Lampoon's Animal House turns 40 this summer. Filmed at Oregon and popular with generations of Ducks, is the classic campus comedy showing its age? 
Knight Campus rendering by DBOX
July 6

UO 2020: Fast Forward

Innovation, philanthropy, and changing student demographics are reshaping the university
Yekang Ko channels her passion for the environment through her work creating sustainable and resource-efficient landscapes. Photograph by Chris Larsen, University Communications
July 6

Profile: Yekang Ko

Assistant professor of landscape architecture looks to help cities better coexist with the environment around them
Super Intern: What it's like working for a giant in comic books? Marvel-ous!
July 6

Super Intern: Lauren Amaro at Marvel Comics

What’s it like working for a giant in comic books? Marvel-ous!
July 6

Alysia Kezerian: Going Places

A devastating fall didn’t stop this alumna’s wanderlust
The 1894 Webfoots mastered heavily favored Albany College—but not the rule book.
July 6

Duck Tale: Family Archives Produce a Score

A recovered photocopy recounts the origins of Ducks—er, Webfoots—football
Got questions? Janet Padilla and other “O” Desk staffers have answers. Photograph by Nic Walcott, BS '16 (journalism), University Communications
July 6

The Best... Place to Get Told Where to Go

In the new EMU, when you need to know, go to the “O”
Photographs courtesy of UO Black Alumni
July 6

A 50th, 60th, and a First

The UO Alumni Association will host the first-ever Black Alumni Reunion and welcome back to Eugene the classes of '58 and '68
Women in Graduate Science (Charlie Litchfield, University Communications)
July 6

Letters to the Editor Summer 2018

Letters to the editor include looking at feminism; praising Harmonic Labratory; memories of the Grateful Dead