Mask requirement, Student Life Honors and Awards, and more.
Mask requirement, Student Life Honors and Awards, and more.
Quick Quack
Thursday, March 17, 2022
  • All students must receive a booster when eligible or request an exemption in compliance with the COVID-19 booster requirement by Friday, March 18.
  • Beginning Saturday, March 19, masks will be welcome but optional at the UO with some exceptions. Masks are still required in health care settings, and as otherwise required by law.
  • State laws and regulations continue to require patients, visitors, and staff to wear masks while in the University Health Services building. Please bring your KN95, KF94, or surgical mask with you to your appointment. Surgical masks are available for those who do not have their own mask.
  • MAP will continue to be open over spring break and during spring term.
  • Spring break is just around the corner! If you're planning on staying in Eugene, check out this list of fun things to do around town.
  • Students nominated for Student Life Awards must complete and submit their applications by Monday, March 28. Categories and instructions can be found on the Student Life website.
  • Watch a movie and chat with peers at the LGBTQIA+ Virtual Movie Night Sunday, March 20, 2:00–4:00 p.m. on Discord.
  • Explore remote landscapes and mountain cultures at the 46th annual Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival Tuesday, April 19. Tickets go on sale Monday, March 28. 
  • Students and their families are invited to join the 2022 Spring Family Weekend beginning Friday, April 22. Register for the event now to participate in the campus activities.
  • Explore the role of traditional journalism around Black issues at the virtual Black News Future: Politics and Media panel Saturday, March 19, 2:00–3:30 p.m.
  • Need to get your taxes in and don't know where to start? Join the Financial Wellness Taxes Workshop Friday, April 1, 11:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. in the EMU Diamond Lake Room.
Have a great break! Quick Quack will return with another newsletter Thursday, March 31.
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Otis Davis won the 400 meters in Rome on Sept. 6, 1960, becoming the UO's first Olympic Gold Medalist.
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