Oregon Quarterly Archive

August 1

Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2014

A look into natural law; how a renovation with blend the old EMU with the new; entrepreneurial Ducks and their successful products; debunking 5 athletic myths

May 1

Oregon Quarterly Summer 2014

Kesey collected; remembering Steve Prefontaine; hoop dreams; Mr. Oregon; the best burger on campus

April 1

Oregon Quarterly Spring 2014

Mountaineer Luther Jerstad's summit of Everest; Analyzing elephant bones; Mount Pisgah's restoration; Campus's newly constructed facilities; Maximum-security classrooms

November 1

Oregon Quarterly Winter 2014

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

October 1

Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2013

A look back at one of the Emerald's trailblazing editors; the life of enigmatic Opal Whiteley; the Dalai Lama visits campus; a seven-hour write-a-thon; the revitalization of language to save a culture

July 1

Oregon Quarterly Summer 2013

Depression-era murals; protesters and social justice; a mother wrestles with the urgency of climate change; the tale of three musical luminaries, who were pioneers on the jazz scene, first meeting at the UO; a class note leads to an exciting partnership

April 1

Oregon Quarterly Spring 2013

Serving openly since the repeal of "don't ask, don't tell"; the link between the 2011 Japanese tsunami and debris on Oregon beaches; UO president; new science building; blind golf

January 1

Oregon Quarterly Winter 2013

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

October 1

Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2012

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

July 1

Oregon Quarterly Summer 2012

The art of the sketchbook; the beginning of Oregon architecture; the evolution of the Daily Emerald; award-winning essays; student mead moguls