Oregon Quarterly Winter 2013

Gordon Gilkey was central to the effort to protect, find and repatriate artwork plundered by the Nazis during WWII
RAIN—an economic initiative in the Southern Willamette Valley—brings academic and community resources under one umbrella
Rare books from the UO Libraries' Special Collections illustrate the advance of knowledge about our world
Research sheds light on the likely source of "the Big One"
Craft beers are ever more popular, and Oregon alumni are helping to lead the industry
Iconic National Geogaphic photographs of the American West on display at the JSMA
Successes on both coasts jump-start a 27–year–old's career
Fed up with billowy running shorts, a competitive runner and marketing whiz hatches a new kind of apparel company
A large relief map of Oregon inspires students and professional cartographers alike
UO professor of environmental sociology helps students bridge the gap between the physical and social sciences
Men who refused to fight in WWII were assigned to Civilian Public Service on the rainy Oregon coast
A staff member and mother raising children whose racial identity differs from her own get the race conversation going
A student reflects on the passage of time and the rupture in his Thanksgiving traditions
New smartphone software developed by the University Health Center helps covers students, sex and sexuality
Does a CEO's free-time behavior affect the company's success?
Deeply held values guide the work of a Seattle-based architect
Classic holiday film's roots trace to UO Library text
Stephen Ward takes the helm at the Turnbull Center
Letters to the editor remember an old journalism professor; give praise for civil discourse; reflect on treatment of the mentally ill
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