Oregon Quarterly

"Time" by Anya Kivarkis
April 3

College of Design: New Books and Projects

The latest from Jenny Lin, Anya Kivarkis, Jack Ryan, Tannaz Farsi, and others
April 3

Biologist Researches Built Environments

Willem Griffiths wanted a career in research. He’s chasing goals despite fading eyesight.
Linguists are using new software to peruse archival documents for indigenous words. Photo courtesy of National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution
April 3

Linguists and Native Americans Team Up on Indigenous Languages

Linguists and Native peoples are revitalizing languages and restoring culture
During her first year in forensic anthropology, Lee worked on more than 300 sets of bones.
April 3

Forensic Anthropologist Learns from "the Sound of Bones"

Finding humanity through skeletons and helping the living by listening to the dead
Left to right: David Crinnion, Tanner Stickling, and Justin Lebuhn
April 3

Fantastic Plastic: Algotek Aims for Environmental Solution

Recent UO graduates launch a business to help solve a pressing environmental challenge
Madeline Collins performs her standup comedy under the name Maddie C. Photo by Julia Wagner, University Communications
April 3

UO Comedy Club Gets Last Laugh

Sharing a quick laugh and passing the mic with the UO Stand-Up Society
Photo courtesy of Rob Moseley, GoDucks.com
April 3

"Renaissance Man" Calvin Throckmorton Excels in Football, Human Physiology

When “Doc Throck” is done with football, he plans to become an orthopedic surgeon
Photo courtesy of Dan Hawk Photography
April 3

Bookmarks: Karen Thompson Walker Uses Fear in The Age of Miracles and The Dreamers

Karen Thompson Walker plays with fear and the power of imagination in her newest book, The Dreamers
The Chief Andrew Isaac Health Center in Fairbanks, Alaska.
April 3

Duck Tale: C. B. Bettisworth and Johnpaul Jones on the Power of Collaboration

Friendship transports architecture duo from the “plywood dorms” to interior Alaska
Oregon Quarterly ran this image of "The Big Snow" of January 1969 in the winter 2019 issue, 50 years after the fact. Photo courtesy of Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries
April 3

Letters to the Editor Spring 2019

Letters to the editor include memories of the Big Snow of ’69, wolf study questions, and remembering Professor Crasemann