News Archive prior to Feb. 2015

Boston Globe editor to discuss the state of newsrooms

EUGENE,
Ore. -- (March 27, 2009) -- The number of journalists on newsroom payrolls is
shrinking. Yet the demand for top-quality news coverage of urban communities
may be higher than ever. How should a major metropolitan newspaper choose what

Agreement reached to film movie on UO campus

EUGENE,
Ore. -- (March 26, 2009) - Student films seem to be as old as the movies. Well,
not quite. There was, in fact, the first full-length student movie, filmed on
the University of Oregon campus 80 years ago. The behind-the-scenes antics of

Architecture students design interpretative centers for WWII internment in the Northwest

EUGENE, Ore. -- (Mar. 26, 2009) - Delving into the World War II internment history of Japanese Americans, students from the University of Oregon's department of architecture will design ways to tell the story.

University of Oregon hosts architecture educators in Portland

EUGENE, Ore. -- (March 23, 2009) - The University of Oregon will host the 97th annual meeting for the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (ACSA) March 26 to 29 in Portland.

Arm, hand amputees sought

EUGENE, Ore. -- (March 23, 2009) -- A University of Oregon researcher is seeking people, ages 18-65, who either have lost or were born without an arm or hand for a study designed to advance his probe into the effects of limb loss on brain organization.

UO and Technion of Israel to pursue faculty, student exchange programs

(March 18, 2009) -- The long list of student and faculty exchange programs with international institutions just got longer.

Russian poet Igor Irtenev to visit the University of Oregon

EUGENE, Ore. -- (March 18, 2009) -- Igor Irtenev, one of Russia's best-known modern poets, will read passages from his new book at 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 26, in Willamette Hall, Room 110, 1371 E. 13th Ave. Admission is free and open to the public.

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