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Hassan Shiban

From Eugene to Beirut: former music student now assists refugees looking for a better life

Great Outdoors

Passport Oregon

Passport Oregon

Alumnus helps young Oregonians experience Oregon
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Orin Stafford

Orin Stafford

How one Duck's patent helped Henry Ford create a summer pastime
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On Campus

Grading on a (Bowerman) Curve

Grading on a (Bowerman) Curve

Budding sportswriters hone their craft at Hayward's elite meets
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Research Symposium

Research Symposium

Undergraduates present on green energy, the global gag rule, using brainwaves to power equipment, and more
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Remaining a Leader

Remaining a Leader

UO reaffirms it will stay ambitious in acting on climate change
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Simply the Best

Simply the Best

Richmond receives American Chemical Society's highest honor
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Did You Know?

UO track and field team

Zero. Zip. Nada. None. That's how many women's track and field programs had won the collegiate triple crown—cross country, indoor, and outdoor national championships in the same season—before the Ducks did it this year. The UO went into the final event of this past weekend's outdoor championships—the 4x400 relay—needing a win to claim the title and make history, and did so in thrilling fashion when junior Raevyn Rogers held off USC's Kendall Ellis at the finish line. Photo by Eric Evans, goducks.com.