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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.
Steven Huter
July 19

UO internet architect honored with international award

The UO's Steven Huter received the Jonathan B. Postel Service Award from the Internet Society
For Oregon and generations of Ducks, Animal House has been regarded as a key part of UO culture, but the film also has a complicated history as both cinematic milestone and reputational millstone.
July 6

Animal House: Still Funny at Age 40?

National Lampoon's Animal House turns 40 this summer. Filmed at Oregon and popular with generations of Ducks, is the classic campus comedy showing its age? 
Front facade of the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at the UO
June 20

Mellon scholar and three Mellon faculty fellows appointed

Funded by the Mellon Foundation, the fellowships will advance museum and library research
Astoria's Liberty Theater
June 12

Students explore Oregon's past through the lens of its theaters

A cinema studies class takes a historical look at the social role of small-town movie houses
Bill Bowerman with track athlete
June 12

The original 'Men of Oregon' take a lap along memory lane

Former UO runners who trained under Bill Bowerman recently visited campus to reminisce
Classroom scene
May 21

New summer institute will put the focus on teaching

Applications are due May 28 for the weeklong UO Summer Teaching Institute