Oregon Quarterly

October 1

Vanport Resurfaces

What happened when floodwaters ravaged one of Oregon’s largest cities? Students uncover personal stories.
October 1

Profile: Christopher Hendon

Dr. Coffee searches for innovative answers and new ideas for today's energy problems
October 1

“Everything We Do Is For Our Students”

New provost raises bar for academic priorities and working on student success goals
October 1

The Right Stuff

Nancie Peacocke Fadeley has long been an advocate for the environment and women’s issues—and she’s still got game
October 1

The Spy Who Taught Me

George Wickes taught thousands of UO students, but few knew about his early career
Photograph courtesy UO Libraries Special Collections and University Archives
July 1

Tales of a Kindhearted Curmudgeon

Excerpt from Leland Roth's collection of anecdotes about UO art historian and art professor emeritus, Marion Dean Ross
June 1

Up, Up, and Away

Stamps Scholars program doubles its UO commitment to include five scholarships for out-of-state freshmen
June 1

Head and Heart

Professor Paul Slovic is on a quest to make compassion count and keep people caring
June 1

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June 1

Letters Summer 2017

Readers commend tributes to Glen Love and Barbara Mossberg, emphasize kindness for all, and recall freedom fighters

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