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UO Announces New Football Coach

The UO names Willlie Taggart new head football coach

Ducks Making a Difference

The Unstoppable Duck

The Unstoppable Duck

Once a homeless child in China, Ming Canaday, BA ’13 is ready to fight for the disadvantaged worldwide
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A Prizeworthy Liver

A Prizeworthy Liver

Dr. William Murphy, BA '14, won the 1934 Nobel Prize for Medicine for an anemia cure of which Hannibal Lecter would have approved
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Connections

Black Alumni Network

Black Alumni Network

The UOAA announces new affinity program
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Rocking Out with the Band

Rocking Out with the Band

Oregon Alumni Band looks for members over winter break
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Education

The Mother of Higher Education

The Mother of Higher Education

How Edith Green, BS ’40, became the most powerful woman in Congress
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Chairman of the Board

Chairman of the Board

Nominated by President Obama, David Chard, PhD ’95, chairs the National Board for Education Sciences
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Athletics

1917 Rose Bowl Remembered

1917 Rose Bowl Remembered

Trick plays, Morse Code, and the day the Webfoots put the West Coast on the map
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NCAA Champions

NCAA Champions

Schmaedick's Kamikaze kick clinched cross country title
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DID YOU KNOW?

Knight Campus rendering

The Knight Campus will add 30 new scientists and their teams, as well as 550 additional undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral researchers, and is expected to contribute $80 million annually to the Oregon economy when fully operational.