Oregon Stories: Explore, Read, Watch

Writing in open notebook
July 12

Young writers find their voices at the UO's Kidd Workshops

The sessions are a cornerstone of UO’s highly regarded MFA program in creative writing
Gay pride parade
June 4

Pride Month celebration is different this year, but still proud

With pandemic rules still in place, the month is about connecting while physically distant
Hayward Field
May 14

Hayward Field celebrates 100 years of magic on the track

The one-time cow pasture has entered a new era as a world-class track and field landmark
Heritage month illustration
May 11

UO honors the Asian, Desi and Pacific Island community in May

Coming together to support the ADPI community has never been more important
2018 Mother's Day Powwow dancers
May 3

Mother's Day Powwow, oldest in state, will be a virtual treat

Organizers are planning more online activities and plan to have a live event next year
A look at UO neuroscience
April 7

Neuroscience on the Rise

A longstanding area of research excellence and a popular new major take center stage at the University of Oregon
comics studies cartoon of science research
April 7

Comics Studies Program is Drawn to Science

Researchers and students from the UO’s first-in-the-nation comics studies minor illustrate complex ideas
Activity icons over Eugene skyline
March 22

Spring break is a time to refresh and recharge close to home

Western Oregon has no shortage of nearby things to see and do and places to go
Rows of N95 masks hanging on racks
March 17

Looking back at a year of the UO's response to COVID-19

A focus on the community brought mask donations, testing, research, support and more