Oregon Quarterly Spring 2014

In 1963, UO alum Luther Jerstad and 17 fellow Americans summited Mount Everest
Neglected in life, in death "The Mighty Tusko" teaches lessons both social and evolutionary
Lane County's beloved mountain, with its network of hiking trails, is now the centerpiece of a major conservation area
Highlights of a decade-long wave of construction that has changed the UO campus landscape
A UO philosopher explores how acts of kindness can transform lives and increase human bonds
For the university's first Mitchell Scholar, her journey across the globe began in a classroom at a maximum-security prison
Professor applies his research with meditation to help students succeed in classrooms and careers
The UO men's basketball team flies to Korea to entertain troops for an "away game"
A towering cedar tree on campus holds a special place in the hearts of two generations of Ducks
An assistant professor of philosophy talks about the relevance of his field for all UO students
UO students helped raise the internationally renowned films of James Blue from obscurity in the US
Photographs provide a glimpse at a downtown Eugene community that vanished amid the "urban renewal" of the 1970s
Baked goods and fine art come together at one of Eugene's most popular and longstanding bakeries
The family behind the wheel of the green and yellow Duck Truck
In an excerpt of March 1939: Before the Madness, Terry Frei explores the roots of the Ducks basketball team
A peek into a day in the life of Ducks wide receiver Daryle Hawkins and what it means to be a student-athlete
A doctor advocates a more compassionate approach to health care
Letters to the editor include a six-word story, comments on the Gordon Gilkey's legacy, and more
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