Items Tagged as: Alumni

Our State's Most Powerful and Least Remembered Leader.

A new book, Conversations with Ken Kesey, offers a fascinating collection of interviews with Ken Kesey '57, arguably Oregon's most colorful literary figure.

Nearly 40 years after Steve Prefontaine's death, the track star's legacy stretches far beyond Hayward Field, inspiring runners of every stripe.

We love to track Duck migrations!
Click through the slideshow above to see more fans in flight.

Almost 60 years ago my mother, Loella Armstrong, moved from Empire, Oregon, to the University of Oregon with three young daughters and a dog.

As curator of the Kinsey Institute’s art collection, Catherine Johnson-Roehr '80, MA '89, continues a provocative conversation started by the world’s most famous sex researcher.

Cashing in on growing markets for boutique edibles and specialty drinks, these entrepreneurs have found plenty of happy customers for businesses that grew out of a desire to share a favorite food or drink on a small scale.

Behind a nondescript door in a West Eugene industrial park, Rodger Voelker, PhD ’96, pours a fresh cup of coffee. The pungent smell of cannabis gives way to the aroma of the roasted beans. He takes a sip. “I’ve been interested in the issue of food safety for years now,” he says.

If retired educator Mel Sandholm ’75 were to pinpoint the moment that changed the trajectory of his life, it would be the phone call he got from a University of Oregon recruiter during the summer of 1970.

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Students in the Science & Memory program use multimedia storytelling techniques to turn the science of climate change into compelling narratives

A website called the Lyon Archive explores A.S. Lyon's life charted by students contributing to the digital archive

Sapeurs devote their lives to staying on the cutting edge of fashion