Oregon Quarterly Archive

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

April 1

Oregon Quarterly Spring 2012

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

January 1

Oregon Quarterly Winter 2012

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

October 1

Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2011

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

July 1

Oregon Quarterly Summer 2011

Young adult fiction novelist Gayle Forman; plans for Detroit's revitalization; perils of big-city living; antsy research; Oregon economy; biking northern Italy

April 1

Oregon Quarterly Spring 2011

The Ducks' national football championship loss; the ecological impact of beavers; racism at the UO in the ’50s; Oregon's estuaries; building stoves around the world

January 1

Oregon Quarterly Winter 2011

Understanding the Vietnam War through the life of an immigrant family; the UO history with the Peace Corps; cleaning up Autzen; Narcissa Whitman's legacy; the Portland Cello Project

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