Student Life

Filipino Olympics
Event: Filipino Olympics
Mar2
Filipino Olympics Mar 2 Student Recreation Center (SRC)
HOPE: A Human Right - Prison Education Program Art Exhibit
Event: HOPE: A Human Right - Prison Education Program Art Exhibit
Mar2
HOPE: A Human Right - Prison Education Program Art Exhibit Mar 2 Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
HOPE: A Human Right - Prison Education Program Art Exhibit
Event: HOPE: A Human Right - Prison Education Program Art Exhibit
Mar3
HOPE: A Human Right - Prison Education Program Art Exhibit Mar 3 Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
Hendricks Park Forest Restoration Party
Event: Hendricks Park Forest Restoration Party
Mar3
Hendricks Park Forest Restoration Party Mar 3 Hendricks Park
HOPE: A Human Right - Prison Education Program Art Exhibit
Event: HOPE: A Human Right - Prison Education Program Art Exhibit
Mar4
HOPE: A Human Right - Prison Education Program Art Exhibit Mar 4 Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
Bingo
Event: Bingo
Mar4
Bingo Mar 4 Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
HOPE: A Human Right - Prison Education Program Art Exhibit
Event: HOPE: A Human Right - Prison Education Program Art Exhibit
Mar5
HOPE: A Human Right - Prison Education Program Art Exhibit Mar 5 Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
Tuesday Treats
Event: Tuesday Treats
Mar5
Tuesday Treats Mar 5 Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
Trillium Plus Produce Drop
Event: Trillium Plus Produce Drop
Mar5
Trillium Plus Produce Drop Mar 5 Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
HOPE: A Human Right - Prison Education Program Art Exhibit
Event: HOPE: A Human Right - Prison Education Program Art Exhibit
Mar6
HOPE: A Human Right - Prison Education Program Art Exhibit Mar 6 Erb Memorial Union (EMU)
 
Chase Salazar, a University of Oregon chemistry student, will be featured on “Conference of Champions,” a one-hour special that premiered Sunday, May 3 on the Pac-12 Networks.The show follows a student from each of the 12 conference schools to show how a unique collegiate experience shapes their personal stories and career aspirations. Faculty members and university leaders – including UO Interim President Scott Coltrane – offer further insight into what sets each campus apart, delving into the unique history, ideals and tradition that defines their institution.
If they prevail at regionals this weekend, the No. 1-ranked team will have a shot at its third national title since 2010.
A panel discussion will be held at the Many Nations Longhouse on May 4, with time to hear from audience members.
Meet Noelle Jones, Class of 2015
The UO’s EMU amphitheater will once again serve as the launching point for the 37th annual Take Back the Night protest march, an annual international event that draws attention to the realities of sexual violence.The rally begins at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 30, and marchers will leave the amphitheater at 7 p.m. They will then march to downtown Eugene, gathering at the Atrium Building at the corner of 10th Avenue and Olive Street for a speak-out featuring survivors of sexual assault.
The Craft Center was the first relocated program to open in a new space as the Erb Memorial Union undergoes expansion.
Just as Ducks were able to spray paint, graffiti and take sledge hammers to the old Erb Memorial Union before it was demolished, students and faculty will have the opportunity to leave their lasting mark on the new EMU.Tuesday, April 28, marks a significant milestone for the EMU renovation and expansion project. The final — and highest — beam of the new EMU will be set in place, effectively “topping out” the upward construction process.
The week-long festival will show new films from UO faculty and alumni and highlight international cinema.
The event will honor the 147 students who were massacred at a school earlier this month.