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Zoot Suit Zoologist

The secret second life of Cherry Poppin' Daddies singer Steve Perry '04, the UO biology department's biggest fan

Duck Profiles

Alex Deitz

Alex Deitz

DC Ducks chapter awards scholarship to political science undergraduate
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Madonna Moss

Madonna Moss

Madonna Moss, Department of Anthropology professor, studies faunal remains to explore the significance of Pacific Northwest species to indigenous peoples
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Connections

Bowl Travel Preview

Bowl Travel Preview

The Ducks are bowl bound—make sure you join them with one of our exclusive travel packages!
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A Fond Farewell

A Fond Farewell

Former San Diego Ducks president Brenda Gerard, BA '96 leaves the beaches of SoCal for the bright lights of Las Vegas
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Campus News

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President intends to cut costs by speeding graduation

UO President Michael Schill recently announced an ambitious $17 million initiative to raise the university’s four-year graduation rate by 10 percentage points over five years

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Minoru Yasui BA '37, BL '39 to receive Medal of Freedom

UO law alumnus Minoru Yasui to receive the Presidential Medal of Freedom

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Student named Rhodes Scholarship finalist

Kevin Frazier, senior economics major and honors student, has been named a finalist for the Rhodes Scholarship.

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UO DID YOU KNOW

Did you know?

Did you know?

Otis Davis BS '60 (pictured here with UO President Michael Schill) was the first person in history to break the 45-second mark in the 400 meters, doing so in a gold medal-winning performance at the 1960 Olympic Games. Davis, along with Colonel Marcelyn Atwood, USAF (ret.), BM '78, former presidential campaign spokesperson Tucker Bounds BA '02, lawyer Dr. Sara Terheggen BS '99, and former UOAA president Fred Poust BA '82, was honored November 6 at the Alumni Awards Celebration. See pictures from the event here.