Benjamin Wilkinson is passionate about coffee. He loves creating it, describing it and presenting it. Ask Wilkinson where his favorite cup of coffee in Eugene is, he says without hesitation: “UO Dining Services, of course!”
Tai chi translates as “supreme ultimate fist.”
The Dalai Lama who will visit the University of Oregon on May 10 is the 14th in a line of Tibetan spiritual – and at times political – leaders that began during the 13th Century.
Nominations are once again open for the university’s two highest awards for distinguished teaching: the Ersted and Thomas F. Herman awards.
Football Coach Chip Kelly is leaving the University of Oregon to become head coach of the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles, the university's athletic department and the Eagles organization confirmed Wednesday morning.
President Obama signed into law the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 on Jan. 2, and federal income tax rates that have been in effect since 2001 have become permanent as a result.
South Asia is home to nearly a billion and a half people, and is one of the world’s most important geopolitical areas – but remains little understood by many in the West.
Flu season is in full swing across the U.S., including Oregon. According to the Centers for Disease Control, the good news is that vaccine is 91 percent effective for those who choose to withstand a little prick of the needle.
IN PRINT offers readers of AroundtheO a look at recent books by UO faculty and staff.
Walking Wounded, poems by Robert Hill Long
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