Oregon Quarterly

Doneka Scott leads the initiative to hire 23 advisors and house them in Tykeson Hall, opening in 2019. Photo by Chris Larsen, University Communications
October 3

Surge in Advisors Supports Students

Nearly two dozen new advisors will guide students through education to careers
"They encouraged me every step of the way," said La Pine native Wesley Bryant, BS ’18 (sociology), in regards to Pathway advisors. Photo courtesy of University Communications
October 3

Breaking Trail: PathwayOregon at 10

PathwayOregon, which combines financial aid with advising, celebrates 10 years
Photo courtesy of University Communications
October 3

Undergraduate Research: What It Is, Why It Matters

Coordinators Kevin Hatfield and Josh Snodgrass on the importance of student projects
Illustration by Lauren Rebbeck
October 3

For Love of the Comma

The enigma of the copy editor's favorite punctuation and the haunting memories that often accompany it
Photograph courtesy University Archives Photographs, Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries
October 3

Letters to the Editor Autumn 2018

Letters to the editor include an argument for the relevance of Animal House; condemning political correctness; remembering Hope Pressman
October 3

Download the Autumn 2018 Issue (PDF)

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Paul Anthony Troiano learned fire dancing as a surprise for his bride. Now it’s a way to unwind after a day on the job. Photograph by Studio Mcdermott
July 6

Paul Troiano: Fire Dancer, Matchmaker

Paul Anthony Troiano lights the way for a new generation of Duck entrepreneurs
“Heroes From Another Earth,” staged by English professor Betsy Wheeler (below, left), featured superhero battles, interplanetary travel, and social critique. Photographs by Nic Walcott, BS ’16 (journalism), University Communications
July 6

Disability Studies Takes Center Stage

UO's Living Theater brings together students and community members with disabilities to create performances
Sabrina Madison-Cannon was the first woman of color promoted to full professor in the UMKC Conservatory of Music and Dance’s 113-year history. (Ryan Nicholson Photography)
July 6

Dancing on the Shoulders of Giants

Sabrina Madison-Cannon, the new dean of the School of Music and Dance, follows in the footsteps of African–American trailblazers
Caitlyn Jenner (James White)
July 6

Caitlyn Jenner: On Her Own Terms

Caitlyn Jenner’s visit triggers a reflection on identity and the power of story