Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2015

Oregon Quarterly Autumn 2015 cover
A trip to the world’s most remote sea offers solid evidence of the far-reaching consequences of our “throw-away” mentality
Exploring the relationship between homeless people and their pets
Mobility International USA has taken the lead in advancing disability rights and leadership on a global level
A peek inside Autzen Stadium and the benefits the Ducks have playing on home turf 
UO's ultimate frisbee team holds a 47–2 record this year en route to its third national championship
Meet Michael H. Schill, the university's 18th president as of July 1, and what brought him to UO
Two Ducks hop to keep up with demand for their line of premium flours and protein products
Jon Palfreman, a recently retired professor of journalism, writes about early attempts to understand and treat the disease
Landscape architecture students discover one of Asia’s great cities in an intensive summer program
Uke master Craig Chee is putting a twist on music ranging from pop to jazz with his ukulele skills
Student Forrest Munro finds a letterpress printer that changed the way of schoolwork printing
Denise Thomas-Morrow, BS ’85, brings her lifelong passion for fitness into the classroom to get kids moving
An artist explores the demise of an American car company in his project We Build Excitement
The ups and downs of moving from Oregon to the Netherlands and adjusting to the culture
Letters to the editor include looking at victim-blaming comments, celebrating internships, and more
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