May 2014


Another reason why I love the University of Oregon

In 1983 when I enrolled at the University of Oregon, I wasn’t sure which career path I would venture down.
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Featured Story


Duck Wins Pulitzer Prize

How a threat of violence from the US Secretary of the Interior led to Michael Ciaglo’s involvement with a life-changing story. Read more…



Oregon Bach Festival Receives Major Gift

Phyllis and Andrew Berwick’s $7.25 million donation is largest in OBF history. Read more…

Ducks Doing Good

From near and far, Ducks come together to better local communities. Read more…

Duck Profiles


Cheryl Kapahu

Hawaii Ducks chapter scholarship recipient transitions from the islands to the Pacific Northwest

Grace Shum

Lane County Ducks scholarship recipient travels from Eugene to London



Joey Harrington ’01 Helps Students Achieve Dreams

Harrington Family Foundation launches scholarship to identify future community leaders. Read more…

My Last Spring Game

UOAA student worker Chelsea Fullmer grew up in Autzen Stadium; attends her last Spring Game as a UO student. Read more…

Campus News


Duck Enters Hall of Fame

Steve Huter elected to Internet Society’s Internet Hall of Fame. Read more…

All That Jazz—His Own Way

UO student Tony Glausi earns national recognition while defying convention. Read more…

Photo of the Month


After UO students farewelled the east wing of the EMU with spray paint and paint bombs, the “Destructosaurus” moved in to begin the demolition job. The new EMU will open in September 2016. (Photo: Jack Liu)