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.
A UO alum's work to protect stolen Nazi artwork; research sheds light on source of the "Big One"; rare books illlustrate the advance of knowledge about out world; craft beers in the Pacific Northwest
Water battles in the Klamath River Basin; the evolution of the Duck; Oregon's U.S. Attorney Amanda Marshall; UO's first marching band; Daniel Wu and modern Asian cinema
The art of the sketchbook; the beginning of Oregon architecture; the evolution of the Daily Emerald; award-winning essays; student mead moguls
Shannon Boettcher and his research on solar-power storage; photos from the 2012 Rose Bowl; Kalapuya cuisine; an essay by poet Kim Stafford; the Daisy Ducks
An ancient world-ending Mayan prophecy; a journey to find birth parents; greetings from Pyongyang; research in Antarctica; archaeological discoveries in Oregon's Paisley Caves
Hippie Hoedads; a unique, living landscape spa; the Friends of Hendricks Park; the struggles of being a female forest trails worker; stylish, custom kicks; Pecha Kucha nights