John Arroyo
May 25

Professor's fellowship will fund film series on LatinX workers

John Arroyo is one of six fellows to get funding for public humanities projects
Black patient in hospital bed
May 4

Research looks at racism in health care and how to end it

UO philosopher Camisha Russell hopes her work can spark more action on the issue
The Tokitae Totem Pole in Seattle
April 25

Totem Pole Journey will make a stop on the UO campus

The tour is a Northwest experience that combines art, science and ancestral knowledge
Take Back the Night rally
April 21

Take Back the Night returns to campus as an in-person event

The rally, march and speak-out will start at the EMU amphitheater on April 28
Wasq'u beader Roberta Joy Kirk
April 5

Traditional artists receive 15 grants through NEA program

The Oregon Folklife Network and Oregon Arts Commission awards will fund new works
Amber Starks
March 15

Activist shares Native and Black experiences for Common Reading

Alumna Amber Starks is inspiring students using her Muscogee roots and Black activism
Jesus Elias Esquivel at his station with the Corona Corps
March 9

Member of the first Corona Corps finds reward in the work

The student-staffed program gives an aspiring physician experience and a way to help
Doctor talking with patient
March 7

Study finds bias in how doctors talk to Black, female patients

An SOJC professor analyzed 1.8 million medical records and found systemic differences
Screenshot of journal co-founders at launch celebration
February 23

New Journal is aimed at revitalizing Indigenous languages

Living Languages debuts at the start of the International Indigenous Languages Decade
U.S. Supreme Court Building
February 23

Why President Biden’s Supreme Court nomination matters

UO experts weigh in on the significance of the choice to replace Justice Stephen Breyer