December 2014

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Dear Alumni

I love December! It is a great time to reflect on the year that was and to look forward to the year ahead. As I reflect on 2014 at the University of Oregon, we are positioned very well for 2015.
Read more from UOAA Executive Director Paul Clifford…
 

Featured Story

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Dan Fouts ’77

UO football legend on family, philanthropy, and personal tragedy. Read more…

Duck Profile

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Who is the Duck Nut?

You may have seen him around, but get to know the Duck Nut, one of Oregon’s biggest fans! Read more…
 

Athletics

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Heisman ‘N’ Roses

A historic season that saw Marcus Mariota win the UO’s first Heisman Trophy could end with the UO’s first national championship. Read more…
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Ten Things to Do in LA

Are you ringing in 2015 in the LA area for the Rose Bowl? Check out these fun activities that will have you hiking, shopping, dining, watching sports, visiting museums, and more! Read more…
 
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Save the Date

With the Rose Bowl coming up, it’s time to start thinking about the National Championship. Read more…
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Roesler wins Bowerman Trophy

Oregon track and field 800 meter NCAA Champion Laura Roesler has been awarded collegiate track and field’s most prestigious honor. Read more…
 

Connections

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Rose Bowl Bricks

Find a little piece of Oregon at the Rose Bowl, thanks to the LA Ducks! Read more…
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DC Ducks Holiday Party

‘Tis the season for the DC Ducks Holiday Party! Read more…
 

Campus News

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Two UO scientists named fellows of American Physical Society

Each year since the APS was founded in 1899, members have selected no more than one half of one percent of their peers as fellows. Read more…
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UO SOJC students partner with Oregon Public Broadcasting

The documentary series will focus on intriguing people who share a connection to the Northwest. Read more…
 

Photo of the Month

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During the recent Civil War football game, Guaranty RV auctioned off the use of a motorhome and tailgate space, with all of the money raised going to the winning school's alumni association to fund student scholarships. Thanks to the generosity of Herb Nill and his family, the ingenuity of Brent MacCluer—who came up with the idea—and the Ducks' performance on the field, $750 is going to the UOAA Board of Directors Scholarship fund to help deserving students pay for tuition at the UO.