UO Libraries

November 6
An Oct. 25 reception in the Knight Library Browsing Room marked the opening of "Show Up, Stand Out, Empower," an exhibition of original artwork created by UO students to express their aspirations for an inclusive and respectful culture. The art will be on display in the main Knight Library exhibit cases through winter term, 2019.
October 30
Stephanie Wood wants educators to see the Lewis and Clark Trail from another perspective
October 26
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelley’s groundbreaking novel “Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus” and the campus community is invited to come celebrate in the laboratory — the Visualization Lab in the Price Science Commons and Research Library.
September 28
More than 250,000 photos capture the region's cuture and landscapes from the 1930s to the '80s
September 13
Jason Younker and Jon Erlandson are helping draw up guidelines for managing cultural items
September 10
Interviews and other historical materials will be available through the UO Libraries
August 27
Adrienne Lim encourages continued dialogue and debate on how to approach contentious art
August 15
All across campus, you can still see much of the scenery that starred in the iconic film.
July 19
The UO's Steven Huter received the Jonathan B. Postel Service Award from the Internet Society
July 6
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?