Architecture and landscape architecture students in the “OregonBILDS 2” studio at the University of Oregon are designing prototypes for an annual series of classes that will design and build a residence every year, with profits from each home's sale poured into a fund to make the program self-per
From quarterly earnings releases to CEO annual report letters, Wall Street has a language and communication style all its own.
Five careful readers of AroundtheO are receiving stainless steel travel mugs after their numbers were drawn in an unannounced "Friday surprise" scavenger hunt drawing Friday afternoon.
Chancellor George Pernsteiner announced today that he will resign from the Oregon University System, effective March 1. Pernsteiner will remain in his current role until that time, and will continue to contribute on a special assignment through March 31.
The University of Oregon Recycling Center kicked off the RecycleMania Civil War – a friendly competition with Oregon State University – on Jan. 20, and encourages the campus community to get involved.
Chief Caleen Sisk, traditional and spiritual leader of the Winnemem Wintu tribe of the McCloud River watershed in Northern California, will give a keynote speech during a salmon dinner celebration at the Many Nations Longhouse on Friday, Jan. 25.
Think the success of University of Oregon athletic teams has helped the UO stand out on the national stage? If you credit the student-athletes, you may also want to recognize the role of the world-class educational programs that helped draw them to the university.
The University of Oregon's Association of Fundraising Professionals student chapter is aiming to raise $3,000 for Special Olympics Oregon this year, by hosting a "Pre-Plunge Party" as part of its participation in the annual Eugene Polar Plunge.
Secondary seismic waves from timed explosions helped University of Oregon scientists capture a three-dimensional view of Newberry Volcano near Bend, allowing them to see where magma dwells below the caldera.
The UO Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art looks back at the art of the 1960s and 1970s with “West of Center: Art and the Counterculture Experiment in America, 1965-1977,” on display Feb. 9 through April 28. The exhibition opens with a free public reception from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 8.