Oregon Quarterly Winter 2010

A farewell to Mac Court with photographs and excerpts from the book, Mac Court Memories, An Illustrated History of Mac Court
A UO physicist becomes a key player in a multimillion-dollar drama about paintings
From pro kayaker to environmental documentary filmmaker, Trip Jennings is exactly on course
An almost-forgotten early twentieth century photography inspires a twenty-first century poet
Ben and Jerry's store owner, Gary Bertelsen, supports Duck football one sweet, cool cup at a time
Excerpt from journalists Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn's book about the worldwide oppression of women
Teacher develops innovative approach to help students live what they learn
What would you say with your head in a noose?
Oregon faithful—and one especially fluffy fan—gather in San Francisco
Associate professor of religious studies emphasizes teaching about religion, not teaching religion itself
Program takes students, teachers, and opportunity to the Oregon penitentiary
Excerpt from Brian Doyle's novel, Mink River, set in a fictional town on the Oregon Coast
UO research professor creates themed crossword puzzles for The New York Times
College of Education's Reading Clinic of the Center on Teaching and Learning a huge benefit for community
The life trajectory of the famed Willamette meteorite and its twin in orbit
Expert panel of media professionals discusses where we are and where we are headed
Letters to the editor include discussions on university funding and budgeting and mixed reviews of Ellen Waterson's "Day in Court"