Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2012

The work of an unlikely pair of UO professors offers insight into the complex battles over water in the Klamath River Basin
Through controversies, legal hassles, and fending off mascot rivals, we love our Duck
With a nod to the past and an eye toward the future, Daniel Wu ’97 and Roger Lee ’72 are reshaping modern Asian cinema
When it comes to Oregon's United States Attorney Amanda Marshall ’92, underestimating her is a big mistake 
Excerpt from UO alum and professor Bob Welch's book, Cascade Summer: My Adventure on Oregon’s Pacific Crest Trail
Forced to evacuate during Mali’s recent coup, a UO anthropologist reflects on the culture and community he loves
Like the football team, the Oregon Marching Band leaves everything on the field, or Colorado Boulevard
A closer look at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Trials—Track and Field that were held at Hayward Field
A running trail, created by one of the running world's greatest, provides a cathartic morning ritual
Research sheds light on journalism in the digital age
An art exhibition at the JSMA showcases the inhabitants of the American West and their ways of life
History professor provides fresh, inventive courses for students to do history rather than just learn it
The State Board of Higher Education chooses the respected administrator and criminologist as UO’s seventeenth president
It’s a tough job, but someone has to promote Oregon’s fine wines
Risks and rewards for one player in his post-collegiate football career
Excerpt from Washington’s Channeled Scablands Guide by John Soennichsen '74
A physician finds compassion and community in a rural Oregon town
Letters to the editor include correcting Nike and Ducks basketball history, challenges for educators, and praise for the Emerald