Oregon Quarterly

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
Photograph CC Stephen Bowler by-NC-SA-3.0
July 1

The Best Ant for the Job

Researchers discover ants do work suited to their changing abilities
Photograph by Tim Kremer, Department of Architecture
July 1

Big Ideas at Work

Oregon cities benefitting from focused UO energy
Acrimoto vehicle at the EMU. Photograph CC Wolfram Burner by-NC-3.0
July 1

Team Green

Students in many disciplines work on eco-friendly products for a better world
Photograph courtesy UO Department of Physics
July 1

Profile: Miriam Deutsch

UO physics professor hopes to turn middle schoolers–especially girls–on to science with her program SPICE
July 1

What Happens When It Happens Here?

Oregon prepares for predicted massive earthquake and tsunami
Rick Price and Paola Malpezzi began organizing bicycle tours of Italy nearly forty years ago. Photograph by Joe Lieberman, ExperiencePlus! Bicycle Tours
July 1

Pedaling on Pasta Power

Culinary bike touring in northern Italy
Photograph by Nick Wass, AP photo
July 1

Dribble, Shoot, Pray

NBA point guard Luke Ridnour's faith puts basketball in perspective