Oregon Quarterly Summer 2014

A new book offers a fascinating collection of interviews with Ken Kesey, arguably Oregon's most colorful literary figure
Our State's Most Powerful and Least Remembered Leader
Nearly 40 years after Steve Prefontaine's death, the track star's legacy stretches far beyond Hayward Field
Winner of the 15th Annual Oregon Quarterly Northwest Perspectives Essay Contest
Excerpt from The Little Book of Golf Law by John H. Minan
Loren Kajikawa brings an increasingly popular musical form into the realm of serious study
A young archaeologist investigates whaling among the Northwest Coast's indigenous peoples
Excerpt from The Statues That Walked: Unraveling the Mystery of Easter Island by Terry Hunt
Social networks can be helpful when it comes to solving problems—perhaps too helpful
Carrying golfers' clubs can launch college careers for UO Evans Scholars
Professor Anne Godfrey used her travels in coastal New England to steer her towards landscape architecture
Student cooks a deluxe burger in Hamilton Hall worthy of a five-star restaurant
 A UO grad turns a life-changing injury into an opportunity to change the lives of others
Just a year out of college, James Beke and Tyree Harris create a major buzz with their edgy national ad campaign
 A journalist-turned-leadership-coach says the key to success lies in collaboration
Remembering the memories that filled Mac Court in the late '70s and early '80s
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