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Paradise Ice Caves Mt Rainier
January 11

UO Acquires Ray Atkeson Photo Archive

Atkeson spent more than 60 years documenting Oregon and the Pacific Northwest in stunning photography
Classroom scene
November 30

Faculty fellows to develop UO’s first core education runways

Seminars will focus on a 'big question' to help first-year students successfully transition to college
Mandan village
October 30

Prof hits the trail to get another view of Native American history

Stephanie Wood wants educators to see the Lewis and Clark Trail from another perspective
Frankenreads 2018 poster image with the Monster reading a book
October 26

It's alive! Visualizing Frankenstein in the Price Science Commons

This year marks the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s groundbreaking novel “Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus” and the campus comm
Timberline Lodge in Moonlight by Ray Atkeson
September 28

Ray Atkeson’s celebrated photos of the Northwest gifted to the UO

More than 250,000 photos capture the region's cuture and landscapes from the 1930s to the '80s
Ancient projectile points
September 13

UO anthropologists aid effort on Native American artifacts

Jason Younker and Jon Erlandson are helping draw up guidelines for managing cultural items
Judith Raiskin (left) and Linda Long
September 10

Lesbian Oral History Project to become part of UO collections

Interviews and other historical materials will be available through the UO Libraries
Knight Library exterior
August 27

Libraries dean responds to vandalism of controversial mural

Adrienne Lim encourages continued dialogue and debate on how to approach contentious art
John Belushi in the Fishbowl
August 15

A campus visitors’ guide to ‘Animal House’ ... then and now

All across campus, you can still see much of the scenery that starred in the iconic film.

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