The winning essay of the 2012 Northwest Perspectives Essay Contest offers a heartbreaking story of love and longing.

In 1937, a young Portland architect named John Yeon gained national attention for a new, modern Northwest style. Today, UO students are experiencing his vision firsthand.

A glimpse inside the travel sketchbooks of UO art professor emeritus Kenneth O’Connell, and the connection he inspires between seeing, drawing, and thinking.

For ninety-two years, the UO’s student newspaper has been a print daily. Beginning this fall, that’s going to change.

What kind of education will best prepare today’s students for the challenges of the twenty-first century?

The man behind the curtain at the UO’s 12,000-seat events facility

Landscape architects make campus function better through thoughtful design.

How spoofing an exotic flower of the Andes may solve an evolutionary puzzle

A UO researcher has just helped refine the process of drug intervention efforts for teens

A folklorist examines the impact of combat on troops through the songs they play