Fresh design makes the UO’s respected magazine even better
You will find more stories and photos than ever in the fall issue of Oregon Quarterly, thanks to a clever redesign of the print edition and website.
Global Ducks will especially enjoy the “Duck Tale” column by Merilee Armstrong Bengtsson ’70. She reaches back over six decades to reflect on how she was influenced by growing up in in the UO-owned rooming house managed by her mother. Most residents were students from Asia and the Pacific Rim.
Read Merilee’s “Duck Tale,” page 64.
Update your UO family about happenings in your life by sending in a class note.
Be sure to check out the class notes, now with lots more photos!