Check out all the things to do in Eugene during break
Check out all the things to do in Eugene during break
Quick Quack
Thursday, March 18, 2021
  • Earlier today the Oregon Health Authority reduced restrictions for outdoor recreation. We are exploring how this decision impacts commencement, and how we might be able to add an in-person activity to our previously announced commencement plans. You can read more on our commencement website.
  • Students are enouraged to avoid traveling over spring break to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Check out the list of many things to do in Eugene over spring break to recharge safely.
  • Keep tabs on all UO spring break events to stay involved.
  • Mark your calendar for this year's Study Abroad Fair, which will be a series of virtual events during the first week of spring term, March 30–April 2.
  • Find uplifting Asian American and Pacific Islander stories in film and recorded Q&As at the virtual DisOrient Film Festival March 19–28.
  • Off-campus students who need to be away during break can register their homes for regular patrol checks with the free UOPD Vacation Watch Program.
  • The EMU Spring Break Duck Feed will award a $5 voucher to the first 100 students to visit the EMU each day during break. Vouchers can be redeemed at one of the EMU's seven food vendors.
  • University Counseling Services has partnered with Christie Campus Health to expand mental health services provided by phone to students internationally and in all 50 states. 
  • Build your own sexual wellness kit with Protection Connection Wednesday, March 24, 12:45–2:45 p.m. outside the EMU Fishbowl.
  • Explore campus, discover wellness activities, and win prizes at the UO Wellness Seek self-guided scavenger hunt during spring break. Registration required.
Have a good break! Quick Quack will return with another newsletter on Thursday, April 1.
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One Douglas fir on campus was grown from a seed carried to the moon and back by Apollo 14, and is appropriately nicknamed “Moon Tree.”
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