Small-government advocates Bret Jacobson, BS ’03, and Ian Spencer, BS ’07, are on the leading edge of digital advocacy for conservative political causes.
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Amid a heightened national awareness of the problem of sexual assault on college campuses, many at the UO are working to find solutions.
How five professors teamed-up to create a course exploring the science and culture of bread.
Exploring the UO’s new television commercial
Most of what you know about Calamity Jane is probably wrong. In his new book, The Life and Legends of Calamity Jane, Richard Etulain, MA ’62, PhD ’66, points out how fiction and legend have obscured the facts of her life.
Peter Hollens, BMus ’05, and Evynne Hollens, BA ’05, have used YouTube and other online platforms to build flourishing careers in a capella performance.
A sculpture that hangs above the lobby of Matthew Knight Arena is high, wide, and deep.
Professor, Political ScienceSenior Faculty Fellow, Wayne Morse Center for Law and Politics
Revealing the secret identity of comics as a super field of study.
The UO Sports Product Management offerings are on track and moving full speed ahead at the undergraduate, graduate and executive levels.
Explore a collection of stories from alumni of the UO's School of Architecture and Allied Arts.