Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2014

August 1

Natural Law

Does the public trust doctrine that protects air, water, and endangered species apply to climate? 

August 1

Pipe Dreams

A student reflects on her father's work in the Alaskan oil fields during the recession of the mid-2000s

August 1

A More Perfect Union

A long-awaited renovation will link the best of the “old” EMU with a new design that reflects students’ values

August 1

Entrepreneurial Buffet

Many products developed by Ducks have achieved success far greater than what their creators originally imagined

August 1

Facts-5, Myths-0

Five myths about UO athletics that we think deserve a look into debunking

August 1

Nesting Instincts

Melissa Hart weaves a story of rehabilitating injured raptors and falling in love with helpless creatures

August 1

Sex, Art, and Archives

Catherine Johnson-Roehr continues a provocative conversation started by the world’s most famous sex researcher

August 1

RE: Design

Matthew Bates, group creative director at Active Interest Media, collaborated with OQ staff on the magazine's redesign

August 1

Good Call

An unexpected phone call brought Native American teenager Mel Sandholm ’75 to the UO

August 1

High Standards

Through rigorous product testing, Rodger Voelker hopes to improve safety for medical marijuana users

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