The powerful work of artist Rick Bartow; keys to winning Supreme Court cases; a look into history of the Spanish Flu; Hollywood Ducks in the limelight
On June 15, several thousand UO students will be students no more.
Or at the least, they won't be undergraduates any more. Many will continue their academic adventure in graduate school, many others will move on to the first phase of their professional careers. Wherever they go, we wish them well.
The University of Oregon is helping turn trash into togs and saving old clothes from the landfill as part of its effort to keep campus green.
Two recent additions to the university's sustainability portfolio are the introduction of branded clothing made from discarded plastic soda bottles and the conversion of castoff uniforms into rags used by campus repair shops. Both are part of the ongoing efforts to reduce, reuse and recyle.
Red Edge gives a leading edge to digital advocacy; UO looks at solutions to the sexual assault problems on campus; five professors make a course on the science of bread; turning points in Oregon football
Bringing back forests to Lebanon; tuition-and-fee waiver program helps foster kids attend college; a new opera is born; memories of running at the UO
As the world watches the unfolding Ebola crisis with increasing concern, the UO also is assessing programs that send students to West Africa to study. Decisions on whether to continue those programs are being made with the safety of students and faculty as the first priority.