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Monday, June 3

Aperture Gallery: Meerah Powell

Now showing the glorious concert photography of Meerah Powell in the Aperture Gallery of the EMU. Meerah Powell was born and raised in Eugene, Oregon, and...

Emergence: Art from Inside

Emergence: Art from Inside features work by twenty artists who are incarcerated at the Oregon State Penitentiary and the Oregon State Correctional...

Landscape Architecture Final Review LA289

Study of places, their use, and how they evolve. Fundamentals of environmental awareness, social factors, and small-scale site design; abstract design and...

"Between the Lines" - LaVerne Krause Gallery Exhibit

Our exhibition showcases three BFA’s from three different crafts. A painter who feels that she examines her interest in creation through destruction with the...

Ducks Feeding Ducks Vendor Campaign

Visit your favorite vendors at the EMU and help students in need! The University of Oregon recognizes the importance of food security—that in order to be a...

Homestretch Party!

Calling all students! We want to celebrate YOU! As you enter the home stretch of spring term, take a break from studying and come play with us. We will have...

Pop-up at the EMU – School of Music's Lab Choir

The School of Music Lab Choir performs at the EMU! Members of the vocal ensemble will perform in Oregon Plaza. Enjoy some beautiful choral music while you...

Individual Financial Advising

Meet one-on-one with our Peer Financial Educator, Ozzy Martinez, to discuss financial goals, budgeting, saving, credit, study abroad, or loan repayment....


Take a moment to connect with yourself during this communal meditation circle | Hosted by Arian Mobasser of Oregon Mindfulness (OM)

SII (Strong Interest Inventory) Assessment Workshop

Identify your key interest themes through group activities and the Strong Interest Inventory (SII). Learn how to apply this information to make more...

Drop-in Advising: GEO Study Abroad

Are you interested in studying abroad?Want to find out how to fit it in your academic plan?Not sure how to get started?Come speak to a GEO Study Abroad...

Landscape Architecture Final Review LA4/539 Geffel

Inspired by the lighter - faster - better model of tactical urbanism, VenetaWorks has won a grant award to create a pop-up retail district along their...

ACTG 351 and 352 Tutoring (Sponsored by Moss Adams)

Thanks to funding from Moss Adams, the School of Accounting is able to provide tutoring for Intermediate Accounting II and III (ACTG 351 and 352). Students...

How Daoism Became American: A Tale of Translation, Conservation, Immigration, Appropriation, and Impersonation

A talk by Dr. Elijah Siegler, Department of Religious Studies, College of Charleston

Chamber Recital: Veronica Soo Jung Lee, Piano

Chamber music evening Works by Brahms, Mendelssohn and Finzi

Insight Seminars: History of the String Quartet II

Part II of this series explores stylistic developments in the string quartet after Beethoven, right up to the present.


Fuses hypnotic Latin rhythms and popular music with easy-to-follow moves that create choreographed routines that feel more like dancing than working out.

Monday, June 3