Oregon Quarterly

Photo courtesy Jeanne LeDuke
October 1

Not by the Numbers

On her own unconventional path, Jeanne LaDuke details the early history of women in American mathematics
Photograph by Jack Liu
October 1

Finding the Right Balance

Two daring musicians find the right creative, collaborative atmosphere at the UO to pursue their risky and challenging music
October 1

Frisky Fruits and Voluptuous Vegetables

Photographer delights in the sumptuous glory of gardens
October 1

Bass Ducks Cast for Big Bucks

Fishing enthusiasts take to new college sport hook, line, and sinker
Sorority members lend a hand on University Day.
October 1

Giving a Hand, Gaining Experience

The Holden Leadership Center helps teach students compassion through community service and civic engagement
Creative Commons photo by Timo Newton-Syms
October 1

Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Worm

Excerpt from Evelyn Searle Hess' book, To the Woods, Sinking Root, Living Lightly, and Finding True Home
October 1

The Pink Ink Link

Excerpt from an essay by Catherine Ryan '06 about the power of a tattoo and her mother's battle with breast cancer
Illustration by Tim Jordan
October 1

Strange Green Bedfellows

Excerpt ftom Michael Russo's book about special challenges and ethical questions facing green enterprises
October 1

Profile: Ken Calhoon

Professor of German and comparative literature on challenging students and making connections with difficult material
Photograph courtesy UO Department of Geography
October 1

Letters to the Editor Autumn 2010

Letters to the editor include reminiscing on a geography thesis, a small correction, and a thanks to Roy Paul Nelson