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Events pulled from the UO Calendar that may interest or impact the community
Journalist Jemele Hill
Award-winning journalist Jemele Hill will provide a keynote address Monday evening, Feb. 27,  at the University of Oregon’s Ford Alumni Center, rounding out activities in February celebrating Black History Month.
Participants at the last Eugene Youth Math Festival

Fourth annual Eugene Youth Math Festival boosts STEM interest

Artist and writer Keith Knight
Nationally recognized artist and writer Keith Knight will speak Tuesday Feb. 7; the event is free and open to the public
'The Wolves' cast
The audience is invited into the inner circle of the Wolves, a soccer team of teenage girls


December features a range of performances to warm the wintry evenings

Designed for caregivers and youth, the free event provides education and resources to prevent an accidental overdose

Campus community encouraged to give the UO feedback on campus spaces that can improved for nighttime safety through organized walk Nov. 9


High school musicians from three states will compete for top honors Nov. 5

The event will share information about the potential expansion sites and the university’s site selection process.

Dispensers for menstrual hygiene products can be found in almost all bathrooms regardless of gender, and supplies are free


ESPN’s College GameDay makes its first visit to Eugene since 2018 for the 10th-ranked Ducks’ game against ninth-ranked UCLA Saturday afternoon


Paired with Family Fun Weekend, there will be lots to do and see Oct. 21-23



The first speaker, Ebony McGee of Vanderbilt, researches diversity and STEM education


Class of 1969 parade

October event co-sponsored by the University District Business Association was just ducky


Matt Knight Arena

Men’s (No. 8) and women’s (No. 3) basketball are making waves on the national scene, portending big crowds at winter games


Matt Knight Arena

Fall term means leaves on the ground, pumpkin spice in your latte, and a busy sports schedule


Chuck it pic


New partnership with UOPD aims to mitigate impacts to west campus neighborhood during move-out



FFLC and ECM check

Governor’s State Employees Food Drive brought in the equivalent of 91,000 meals


City Club of Eugene logo

University hopes to advance public discourse and encourage civic engagement


Knight Campus construction pic

Multiple campus projects are making steady progress


City tent at block party

Campus and community partners hope to establish annual tradition


Hayward Field future look

Committee will establish process for evaluation of community requests


Chief Carmichael and Duck

Chief Carmichael provides update on priorities and achievements in periodic letter to community members


EugFun banner for web

Block Party will welcome students to campus, engage city and community partners



construction map

UO Campus GIS has built an online tool to see real-time traffic impacts

Card Label


UO sign

The University of Oregon's commitment to equity and inclusion extends beyond the boundaries of campus, often in ways one might not expect


move in photo

The annual Unpack the Quack and home game against Stanford mean traffic impacts


UO Celebration Parade

UO Government and Community Relations launches newsletter to keep neighbors informed of events and resources that matter to them: major events that impact campus neighbors, construction updates, news on important collaborations, and UO resources for community members.