Looking Back, Going Forward (credit: Dmitry Beryozkin)
January 19

Looking Back, Going Forward with Lecture Series

African American Workshop and Lecture Series continues through Black History Month in February and beyond
Portraits of 11 distinguished Oregonians who are featured in the exhibit
January 12

UO Libraries exhibit shares the diverse history of the campus

It features important contributions made outside the limelight of the dominant culture
Martin Luther King Jr.
January 4

Faculty, staff, students to be honored at UO MLK event

MLK virtual event with live chat focuses on amplifying racial solidarity and equity
The Duck with students
November 30

Working group offers aid to Dreamers, undocumented Ducks

The UO offers a variety of services to help deal with stress, get legal advice and more
Hilary Gerdes
November 30

A legacy of supporting student access and success

Duck of the Week: Hilary Gerdes served as director of the Accessible Education Center
Marta Clifford and actors on stage
November 29

A theater collaboration brings Native voices to the UO stage

The UO's Theresa May and tribal elder Marta Clifford bring tribal perspectives to the stage
Virginia Beavert
November 22

Native linguist and Yakama elder Virginia Beavert turning 100

Since earning a doctorate at 90, she has taught Native languages and mentored students
Tayla Yogi
November 9

Creating relationships and challenging worldviews

Duck of the Week: Tayla Yogi is a community director at Kalapuya Ilihi
A bridge over the Willamette River near Alton Baker Park
November 9

Class examines Black history in Eugene's Alton Baker Park

The area was once a thriving Black neighborhood, until its residents were evicted
Take Back the Night protest
November 9

Professor's book examines bias, dissatisfaction with birth control

Sociology professor Krystale Littlejohn says women face unnecessary burdens in the U.S.