Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2015

August 1

Awash in Plastic

A trip to the world’s most remote sea offers solid evidence of the far-reaching consequences of our “throw-away” mentality

August 1

Got Their Backs

Exploring the relationship between homeless people and their pets

August 1

Mutually Inclusive

Mobility International USA has taken the lead in advancing disability rights and leadership on a global level

August 1

Home Field Advantage

A peek inside Autzen Stadium and the benefits the Ducks have playing on home turf 

August 1

Ultimate Champions

UO's ultimate frisbee team holds a 47–2 record this year en route to its third national championship

August 1

Meet and Greet

Meet Michael H. Schill, the university's 18th president as of July 1, and what brought him to UO

August 1

Bug Business

Two Ducks hop to keep up with demand for their line of premium flours and protein products

August 1

The Shaking Palsy

Jon Palfreman, a recently retired professor of journalism, writes about early attempts to understand and treat the disease

August 1

Wandering Hong Kong

Landscape architecture students discover one of Asia’s great cities in an intensive summer program

August 1

Profile: Craig Chee

Uke master Craig Chee is putting a twist on music ranging from pop to jazz with his ukulele skills

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