Oregon Quarterly Archive

October 3

Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2018

Peter O'Day fellowship research; snow leopards and Tibetan monks; culture commodification; Morningside hospital; Japanese internment in Oregon

July 6

Oregon Quarterly Summer 2018

Plans for the UO campus by 2020; a look back at Animal House for its 40th anniversary; the new School of Music and Dance dean; Caityln Jenner's visit; theater and disability studies 

April 4

Oregon Quarterly Spring 2018

The trailblazing Women in Graduate Science changes the game for female researchers; love and journalism; the resurgence of UO debate; UO faculty explore our relationships with food

Benjamín Alemán in the á|lab in Willamette Hall
January 1

Oregon Quarterly Winter 2018

Profile of physicist Benjamin Aleman; Student designer helps thwart big game poachers; Gratitude research; New Kalapauya Ilihi residence hall; Actress/playwright Heidi Schreck

October 1

Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2017

Artist-entrepreneur Aaron Firestein; Five Big Ideas from faculty members; Flooding of Vanport, Oregon; Profile of Nancy Fadeley; English prof George Wickes, a spy in Vietnam

June 1

Oregon Quarterly Summer 2017

Stamps Scholars; Compassion and decision scientist Paul Slovic; Alumni Aziz and Kalid Al Suhaimi and Jane Goodwin; New law dean Marcilynn Burke; Building stoves in Guatemala

March 1

Oregon Quarterly Spring 2017

Hunting sagebrush lizards; Campaign resets the code on respect; UO’s heavy metal machine shop; Retinal implant research; English prof and activist Glen Love; Ming Canaday inspires

November 1

Oregon Quarterly Winter 2016

Phil Knight’s $500 million investment; Tim Boyle’s gift for zebrafish; Adventures of scholarship recipients; Barbara Mossberg’s Purple State; Price Science Commons opens; Oregon’s 1916 Rose Bowl upset

August 1

Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2016

Treasures of the libraries’ Special Collections; UO entrepreneurs spark Eugene revival; Vets on campus; Marjorie Taylor researches creative play; John Frohnmayer’s 17-point commencement speech; law pioneer James Landye

May 1

Oregon Quarterly Summer 2016

Nike’s UO-trained designers revolutionize sneakers; Sustainable Cities in Redmond, OR; Climate change affects Northwest tribes; UO’s Center for Cyber Security; Translational neuroscience; alumna Madeline Bailey, prisoner advocate