Oregon Quarterly Winter 2013

Captain James Rorimer supervising GIs in the returning of art stolen from French Jews by the Germans stored in Neuschwanstein Castle, 1945-02. Photograph courtesy the US National Archives and Records Administration
January 1

The Art of War

Gordon Gilkey was central to the effort to protect, find and repatriate artwork plundered by the Nazis during WWII

Photograph by Bell + Funk - David Funk
January 1

RAIN

RAIN—an economic initiative in the Southern Willamette Valley—brings academic and community resources under one umbrella

Photograph courtesy UO Libraries Special Collections and University Archives
January 1

Curious Science

Rare books from the UO Libraries' Special Collections illustrate the advance of knowledge about our world

Photograph by Matt Cooper
January 1

Science Goes to Sea

Research sheds light on the likely source of "the Big One"

Cheers! Rogue Ales cofounder Jack Joyce enjoying one of his own. Photograph courtesy Rogue Ales
January 1

The Crafty Northwest

Craft beers are ever more popular, and Oregon alumni are helping to lead the industry

American Indian beauty pageant winner, Oregon, 1997. Photograph by William Albert Allard - National Geographic Stock
January 1

Best of the West

Iconic National Geogaphic photographs of the American West on display at the JSMA

Photograph by Lyle Stafford - Times Colonist
January 1

Game for Competition

Successes on both coasts jump-start a 27–year–old's career

Photograph by Jack Liu
January 1

Birds of a Feather

Fed up with billowy running shorts, a competitive runner and marketing whiz hatches a new kind of apparel company

Photograph by John Bauguess
January 1

The Best... 3D Map on Campus

A large relief map of Oregon inspires students and professional cartographers alike

Photograph by Max McDermott
January 1

Profile: Richard York

UO professor of environmental sociology helps students bridge the gap between the physical and social sciences

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