Oregon Quarterly

Photograph courtesy Art Kicks
October 1

Fashion-Forward Footwear

Ordinary sneakers become intricate, personalized kicks thanks to two UO alumni and their custom shoe-art business
Photograph CC Dan Brian G. Gerona by-3.0
October 1

So Bad It's Good

Duck pens worst line of the year
Photograph by Izzy Kramer and Elisabeth Kramer
October 1

Clean Fights

Cleaning the kitchen and WWE wrestling help a mother and son cope with loss
October 1

Letters to the Editor Autumn 2011

Letters to the editor include an ode to ants, a grateful account of having quit a sorority, and a smallpox correction
Photograph by Daniel Lippitt
July 1

The Man Who Would Sell Detroit

Sandy Baruah '88 is taking on the big task of trying to jump-start the Motor City
Photograph courtesy Benjamin Decoin Visual Press Agency
July 1

Books to Write

Still a teenager at heart, Gayle Forman has found an eager audience and her natural calling in the world of young adult fiction
Photograph courtesy Kim Cooper Findling
July 1

The Friday's Trilogy

Open category winner of the 2011 OQ Northwest Perspectives Essay Contest
In his final appearance as a Duck, Ashton Eaton '10 becomes history's only three-time NCAA decathlon winner. Photograph by Kevin Clark, The Register Guard
July 1


Excerpt from Track Town, USA—Hayward Field: America's Crown Jewel of Track and Field, a book about the history of Hayward
Photograph courtesy Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians
July 1

Faceless Assassins

Excerpt from ex-law faculty Charles Wilkinson's book, The People Are Dancing Again: The History of the Siletz Tribe of Western Oregon
Illustration by Dan Pegoda
July 1

Oregon and the State's Economy

Discover the economic effect the University of Orgeon has on the state in Tim Duy's, MS ’98, PhD ’98, new study