Oregon Quarterly Winter 2013

Group photo from CPS camp #56, Waldport, Oregon, July 25, 1943. Photograph courtesy Bruce Reeves Collection - Lewis and Clark College
January 1

The War at Home

Men who refused to fight in WWII were assigned to Civilian Public Service on the rainy Oregon coast

January 1

Exploring Race; Exploring Identity

A staff member and mother raising children whose racial identity differs from her own get the race conversation going

DeJarnette family farmhouse in Gladys, Virginia. Painting by C. T. Davidson, 1985
January 1

The View from Grandma's House

A student reflects on the passage of time and the rupture in his Thanksgiving traditions

Sex Positive, a new phone application from the University Health Center, provides health-related information about sex targeted at the millennial generation. Photograph courtesy University Health Center
January 1

There's an App for That?

New smartphone software developed by the University Health Center helps covers students, sex and sexuality

Photograph by Reed Saxon
January 1

Risky Business

Does a CEO's free-time behavior affect the company's success?

Photograph courtesy Jones & Jones
January 1

The Man with the Plans

Deeply held values guide the work of a Seattle-based architect

Photograph courtesy fanpop.com
January 1

It's a Wonderful Manuscript

Classic holiday film's roots trace to UO Library text

Photograph courtesy Stephen Ward
January 1

The Philosophy of Journalism

Stephen Ward takes the helm at the Turnbull Center

January 1

Letters to the Editor Winter 2013

Letters to the editor remember an old journalism professor; give praise for civil discourse; reflect on treatment of the mentally ill

January 1

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