Oregon Quarterly

UO basketball players from the 1970s
January 19

Dick Harter: Holding Bricks in the Air

Writer Michael N. McGregor learned lessons of hustle, hope and perseverance from hoops coach Dick Harter
AK Ikwuakor
January 19

AK Ikwuakor Is Hurdling The Pandemic

Pandemic brings AK Ikwuakor, BS ’07 (sociology), personal clarity and professional opportunities
Kirstin Valdez Quade (credit: Holly Andres)
January 19

For "The Five Wounds," Four Words

Kirstin Valdez Quade, MFA ’09 (creative writing), is an award-winning novelist who is “profoundly grateful” for her UO education
Caricature of UOAA's Raphe Beck holding a beer and papyrus lyrics to Mighty Oregon
January 19

UOAA's Raphe Beck Learns There Is No Ducking The Fight Song

When I tell people that I run the University of Oregon Alumni Association, they sometimes ask, “Is that a real job?”
Unthank Hall (credit: Dustin Whitaker, University Communications)
January 19

Letters to the Editor Winter 2022

Writers celebrated a cover with former housing official Marjory Ramey, Millennials and the "Cardboard Castle"
OQ winter mag cover
January 19

Download the Winter 2022 Issue PDF

Download the latest issue of Oregon Quarterly as a print magazine
Image of a broken scale with hearts at the weight denominations
January 19

OQ: Researcher touts a new way to think about health

The winter issue also covers product design, creative writing and learning 'Mighty Oregon'
Taking the Heat
January 18

Researchers say skylights shine as passive solar heating systems

Study: passsive skylights could help heat homes and reduce use of fossil fuels
Portraits of 11 distinguished Oregonians who are featured in the exhibit
January 12

UO Libraries exhibit shares the diverse history of the campus

It features important contributions made outside the limelight of the dominant culture
Maxwell Foxman in the School of Journalism and Communication (credit: Cheyenne Thorpe, BS ’19
December 19

Maxwell Foxman Examines "The Elephant in the Zoom"

Virtual meeting spaces aren’t as inclusive as we’d like to think, and researchers aim to expose the inequities