Heard recently on campus: "No problem, I can JV that out of your index." FYI, you read it at AtO first. Right here at the UO – or should we say, Alphabet Soup U.
The University Health Center was evacuated Monday morning following the sounds of explosions and the smell of smoke from a utility tunnel. A possible blown transformer continued to cause electrical problems around campus late Monday morning.
An emergency incident (a possible blown transformer in the utility tunnel) has been reported near the University Health Center. At least one explosion was heard, and smoke was reported coming from tunnels between the Health Center and the Walton Residence Hall complex.
The Center for the Study of Women in Society seeks two qualified students to collaborate on the design and production of two exhibitions of archived materials relating to feminist research, activism and creative production at the University of Oregon.
Allen Hall, whose earliest wing has been a part of the University of Oregon campus for 91 years, will be a spanking new place for faculty, staff and students of the School of Journalism and Communication who return to the building for winter term.
On Oct. 16, there was a cholera breakout on the University of Oregon campus, and no information on the contamination source.
Fortunately, it was a mock crisis – and assistant professor Chris Bone’s Geography 181 students were on the case.