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Michelle Obama
October 14

The UO community is invited to an event with Michelle Obama

UO Common Reading is asking faculty to nominate a student representative to attend
Emerson Sykes
October 14

ACLU attorney to discuss Black student activism and free speech

Emerson Sykes will talk about the role young Blacks have played in advocating change
Invisible Landscapes and the Clark Honors College
October 6

Invisible Landscapes and the Clark Honors College

A College of Design professor and her class investigate a Black settlement displaced by Eugene's Alton Baker Park
Class photo for Class of 2025
September 29

The UO’s 2021 freshman class breaks barriers and records

The incoming group is the largest, most academically prepared and most diverse ever
LatinX Heritage Month banner
September 21

UO celebrates community with LatinX Heritage Month

LatinX students, faculty members and staff play an important role in campus life
Diverse group of students
August 30

New report looks at anti-Black racism during adolescence

UO faculty members contributed to the document, which offers ways to help Black youth
Zoom workshop
August 17

UO, Native language institute host annual Breath of Life workshop

This year’s format ran in a hybrid model, given the limitations from the pandemic
Illustration of an ox
July 26

Asian cultural heritage to be celebrated at Saturday event

The UO joins the Eugene community in sponsoring the celebration at Alton Baker Park
Alumna Amber Starks is helping UO explore Black and Indigenous concerns (Josué Rivas (@jouse_foto))
July 7

Amber Starks, Common Reading and Technologies of Resistance

Pairing up with the Common Reading program, an alumna helps the UO explore Indigenous and Black concerns
Detail from 'And by the rocket’s red glare, the bombs bursting in air...' by Marco Elliott
July 1

New exhibit highlights work by Black Lives Matter artists

The show, which opened July 3, features art by recipients of the BLM artist grant program

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