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The Right Track

Alumna designs Portland's track and field arena for IAAF World Indoor Championships

Athletics

March Madness

March Madness

Duck basketball teams play late into March, but fall short of April success
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The Unluckiest Duck

The Unluckiest Duck

The unbelievably hard luck tale of the only Duck drafted No. 1 overall in the NFL
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Connections

Celebrate Oregon

Celebrate Oregon

Seattle Ducks' inaugural signature event a success, despite inauspicious start
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Ducks on the Beach

Ducks on the Beach

Incredible auction items at Ducks on the Beach help Hawaii chapter raise $16,000 for scholarship fund
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Campus News

Student wins Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Student wins Gates Cambridge Scholarship

Bio student Amelia Fitch first at UO to win Gates Cambridge Scholarship
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George Streisinger

George Streisinger

Streisinger Hall namesake a WWII refugee, the first person to clone a vertebrate... and an amateur magician?
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Civil War strikes gold

Civil War strikes gold

UO wins "Gold" certification from the Council for Responsible Sports for sustainable planning of the 2015 Civil War
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UO joins together for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

UO joins together for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

UO staff, students, and community partners will come together throughout April to address sexual violence on campus
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Did You Know?

DID YOU KNOW?

DID YOU KNOW?

The University of Oregon's first library was established in 1891, after Henry Villard donated $1,000 worth of books. Built in 1937 and home of the largest research collection in the state (plus the personal collections of the likes of James Ivory, BA '51 and Ken Kesey, BS '57), the UO's Knight Library is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.