Poignant, whimsical, troubling, and powerful, the work of this renowned artist is now on exhibit at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art.
What does it take to win supreme court cases? John Frohnmayer, JD '72, analyzes his brother Dave's success as an advocate at the nation's highest court.
The Spanish Flu killed tens of millions worldwide, including several UO students. Led by President Prince Lucien Campbell, the campus community drew together to face the pandemic.
Winner of the 16th annual Oregon Quarterly Northwest Perspectives Essay Contest
Doug Toomey and Emilie Hooft, UO geophysicists, team up to explore the underpinnings of the planet.
A summer internship with the Oregon Innocence Project was a revelation for political science major Alex Deitz.
A Eugene-based multicultural magazine for children has honed students’ editorial skills while providing a sense of sanctuary.
How spoofing an exotic flower of the Andes may solve an evolutionary puzzle
A UO researcher has just helped refine the process of drug intervention efforts for teens
A folklorist examines the impact of combat on troops through the songs they play