Oregon Quarterly Winter 2014

November 1

Taking Root

Oregon-based forestry expert Darin Stringer is helping bring forests back to the rocky soils of Lebanon

November 1

Fostering Success

For former foster kids in Oregon, college dreams are coming true thanks to a new tuition-and-fee waiver program

November 1

An Opera is Born

An opera by Ethan Gans-Morse provides a template for how new works can be created for a 400-year-old art form

November 1

French Twist

Francophone fur traders, Native American explorers, and Oregon before the Corps of Discovery

November 1

New Board Order

An interview with Chuck Lillis, PhD ’72, chairman of the UO’s new board of trustees

November 1

Soldier On

Poet and army veteran Brian Turner, MFA ’96, reflects on his life as a soldier—in and out of combat

November 1

A Capital Idea

Dave Petrone discusses the university's ambitious plan to raise $2 billion to further its academic mission

November 1

The Best... Statue on Campus

Student Chloe Huckins finds a statue on campus that embodies the history and culture of UO

November 1

Profile: Hilda Cohen

Hilda Cohen started Make Brooklyn Safer, an organization that champions street safety

November 1

Self-Evident

In his new memoir, UO assistant professor Alex Tizon explores Asian American male identity

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