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Chase Salazar
May 1

‘Conference of Champions’ highlights Pac-12 students’ academic success

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 th
Brad Shelton, Scott Coltrane (at podium) and Randy Kamphaus (far left)
May 1

UO leaders travel to Washington to push for continued federal support

The visit was a chance to connect with the state congressional delegation and advocate for student aid and research funding.
UO Chamber Choir
May 1

UO Chamber Choir to perform on campus before trip to Germany

The acclaimed group will perform on campus May 14, then in the Marktoberdorf International Chamber Choir Competition.
Matinée sur la Seine, effet de brume
April 30

Monet painting on display at JSMA as part of masterworks program

The painting, one of a series of 21, is on display in the MacKinnon Gallery of European Art through June 14.
Beth Piatote
April 29

Symposium to examine the line between indigenous people and settlers

The boundary between indigenous communities and settler society will be explored during a symposium this Thursday and Friday presented by the Oregon Humaniti
April 28

Take Back the Night rally and march starts on campus April 30

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 t
April 28

First of five general counsel candidates to visit campus Thursday

Thomas Dorer, a vice president at the University of Hartford, will be the first candidate to be interviewed.
UO Craft Center
April 27

New Craft Center is a gem amid EMU construction project

The Craft Center was the first relocated program to open in a new space as the Erb Memorial Union undergoes expansion.
Edward Davis
April 27

Museum of Natural and Cultural History to host 'The Real Deal'

The May 2 event will provide visitors an insider's look, and provide the opportunity to have objects they've found identified.
UO history professor Vera Keller
April 27

Vera Keller, Honors College history professor, wins Ryskamp Fellowship

The award will help Keller finish a book on Cornelis Drebbel, the 17th century Dutch inventor of the submarine.

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