Why More Tibetan Nomads Are Going Vegetarian

“What’s changing is the social-economic context. It’s easier to be vegetarian. Today, you can get from [the Kham region of Tibet] to Chengdu in a day." Barstow says. Photo courtesy of Geoff Barstow

Professors Chappell (left) and Koehlinger (right) supervising a game session in class. Photo credit: Mina Carson

Re-creating the Past, One Game at a Time

Professors Chappell (left) and Koehlinger (right) supervising a game session in class. Photo credit: Mina Carson

Public policy related scenes from throughout the state of Oregon

The Online Master in Public Policy

An interview with Graduate Program Director Brent S. Steel

Making Art in Wild Places

Making Art in Wild Places

“Creative Coast” students go to the sea for inspiration

We Stand in Solidarity

We Stand

We stand with learned societies, colleges and universities, and others around the world in calling on the President and Congress to reverse this executive order and to denounce religious intolerance in all its forms.

'Trash,' Censorship, and National Identity in Early Twentieth-Century Germany

Kara Ritzheimer's new book 'Trash,' Censorship, and National Identity in Early Twentieth-Century Germany has been released by Cambridge University Press.

Leanne Giordono

Student Stories: Leanne Giordono's Research and Work

Student Stories: Leanne Giordono's Research and Work

Lighting at Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Lighting up the Bard

Business and theatre alumnus Sarah McKenney fulfills her dream of working at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland.

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