The winning essay of the 2012 Northwest Perspectives Essay Contest offers a heartbreaking story of love and longing.

In 1937, a young Portland architect named John Yeon gained national attention for a new, modern Northwest style. Today, UO students are experiencing his vision firsthand.

A glimpse inside the travel sketchbooks of UO art professor emeritus Kenneth O’Connell, and the connection he inspires between seeing, drawing, and thinking.

For ninety-two years, the UO’s student newspaper has been a print daily. Beginning this fall, that’s going to change.

What kind of education will best prepare today’s students for the challenges of the twenty-first century?

The man behind the curtain at the UO’s 12,000-seat events facility

Landscape architects make campus function better through thoughtful design.

Two talented math minds at UO tackle an abstract concept in "representation theory"

UO graduate student Hilarie Sorensen witnessed an emerging phenomenon along the Pacific Northwest coastline.

Early-warning systems give communities critical seconds or minutes before a quake hits
 

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