Special events spotlight health and wellness resources on campus
Special events spotlight health and wellness resources on campus
Quick Quack
Thursday, October 13, 2022
  • Participate in Run, Walk, and Roll with The Duck at Riverfront Field on Friday, Oct. 21, noon–1:30 p.m. The first 250 people to register for the 5k will receive a free shirt!
  • Illustrate your dreams or goals by making a free collage board on Friday, Oct. 14, noon- 2:00 p.m. at the EMU, Oregon plaza next to the O Desk.
  • Free food! Join the Center for Student Involvement for Monday Game Night on Monday, Oct. 17, 6:00–7:00 p.m. at the EMU O Desk.
  • Fill your plates and senses at the ASUO Street Faire, continuing through Friday, Oct. 14, 10:00 a.m.–6:00 p.m.
  • The UO is celebrating National Transfer Student Week, Oct. 17–21, with a series of events around campus and by spotlighting UO transfer student stories.
  • All Ducks are encouraged to "drop, cover, and hold on" during the Great Oregon ShakeOut earthquake drill on Thursday, Oct. 20, at 2:20 p.m.
  • Check out the lineup for Fall Career Readiness Week, being held Oct. 21–28.
  • Beware of evolving phishing texts and emails that offer fake jobs, research projects, or demand urgent action. These are attempts to trick students into sharing sensitive information.
  • First-year and transfer students can join the First-Year Experience Community, a year-long course designed to help new students make connections and achieve success.
  • Peer Academic Coaching is now available. Schedule regular meetings or one-time appointments for one-on-one learning support.
  • Can you recycle that? Text a photo to the UO Zero Waste recycling helpline at 541-999-4173 for advice about recycling on campus.
  • The University of Oregon kicked off Indigenous Peoples Day by announcing the Home Flight Scholars Program, covering undergraduate tuition and fees for Oregon residents who are enrolled citizens of federally recognized tribes, as well as providing academic support and professional development.
  • Healthy Campus Week is Oct. 17–21, with events and resources to help students get the most out of their college experience.
  • Bivalent boosters for COVID-19 are still available, while supplies last! Students and their family members can "get boosted" on Friday, Oct. 14, at Hamilton Hall. Beginning Monday, Oct. 17, all booster clinics will move to University Health Services. Last day for clinics will be Friday, Oct. 21.
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In 1878, out of a class of 155 UO students, four men and one woman graduated. There were only five faculty members at the time.

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A Native American dancer performs in the EMU Amphitheater at the tribal flag raising ceremony.
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