Oregon Quarterly

Saltzman Romey recently received a Distinguished Service Award from Chorus America, an advocacy orga
October 6

Kathy Saltzman Romey is Hitting a High Note

Saltzman Romey recently received a Distinguished Service Award from Chorus America
Meteorite replica (courtesy of Museum of Natural and Cultural History)
October 6

Rock. Paper. Pranksters.

A Halloween caper in 1978 involved a meteorite replica, a hanging dummy, and the president's driveway
Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2021
October 6

Letters to the Editor Autumn 2021

Fond memories of Ed Whitelaw, a push for teens and young adults to push themselves, dashes across sprinkler-covered lawns
Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2021
October 1

Download the Autumn 2021 Issue PDF

View the most recent issue of Oregon Quarterly in print form 
Provost Patrick Phillips and faculty collaborate on UO strengths (credit: Julia Wagner, University C
July 7

The University For Oregon: Provost and Faculty Collaborate on Strengths

Through fresh collaborations on academic strengths, the UO will reimagine public service for a new era
Students walk in front of the Lillis Complex on a warm day (credit: Charlie Litchfield)
July 7

Thriving with Help from Friends

Fundraising fuels advances for students, applied science, post-pandemic economic recovery, and more
Student walking out of the Mohr Career Services office (credit: Travis Worrell)
July 7

On the Job in the Lundquist College of Business

Prioritizing career readiness in the business school with new programs and networking platforms
Illustration of student savings plan and jars (credit: Sasha Heye, design, class of 2022)
July 7

Financial Wellness Center Teaches Dollars and Sense

From budgeting to credit cards to investing, a new financial wellness program is helping students manage money
Andi Butts, a poet in the Kidd creative writing workshops (credit: Dustin Whitaker, University Communications)
July 7

Kidd Workshops: Creating the Writer

A poet survives “shredding” and the virus to thrive in the UO’s prestigious Kidd writing program
Alumna Amber Starks is helping UO explore Black and Indigenous concerns (Josué Rivas (@jouse_foto))
July 7

Amber Starks, Common Reading and Technologies of Resistance

Pairing up with the Common Reading program, an alumna helps the UO explore Indigenous and Black concerns