Monday, May 28th


LIVE

Herman Brookman: Visualizing the Sacred

(Monday 28 – Saturday 1) All Day

Twentieth-century architect Herman Brookman (1891-1973) designed several of Oregon’s most recognizable landmark structures, many of which are on the National Register of Historic Places. Organized by and first presented at the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education (OJMCHE) in Portland in summer 2017, this exhibition of forty drawings, on loan from UO Special Collections and University Archives, focuses on one of Brookman’s masterpieces, Temple Beth Israel in Portland.

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA)

Wood Engravers’ Network Third Triennial Exhibition

(Monday 28 – Sunday 2)  8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Wood Engravers’ Network Third Triennial Exhibition is the third juried, traveling exhibit featuring sixty-four (64) engravings by thirty-seven (37) artists from the United States, Canada, Ireland and Belgium. Juried by Gray Zeitz of Larkspur Press, the exhibit will travel through the end of 2019.

Lawrence Hall, First Floor Exhibition Cases

Krause Gallery Exhibit “Again and Again”

(Monday 28 – Sunday 1)  10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Come again?

Count to ten.

1,2,3,4….how many am I counting?

It’s hard to speculate…the colors are clowning.

I catch my breath, again and again.

Again and Again features multimedia work by Michelle Ferguson, Arnold Sharp and Marisa Smith. It will be shown in the Laverne Krause Gallery from May 29th to June 1st.

Lawrence Hall, LaVerne Krause Gallery, Room 101

David Byrne

(Monday)  8:00 pm

David will be performing songs from his new album American Utopia, out March 9, as well as classics from his solo career and days with the Talking Heads. Performing with David will be a 12-piece untethered band.

“We’ll be doing some new songs… and many others that will, I assume, be familiar. I’m excited. This is the most ambitious show I’ve done since the shows that were filmed for ‘Stop Making Sense,’ so fingers crossed.” – David Byrne

Hult Center for the Performing Arts

LEARN

Career Center Drop In Advising

(Monday 28 – Wednesday 6)  1:30 am – 3:30 pm

Drop by the Career Center for a 15-minute chat with an Advisor!

Hendricks Hall, Career Center Room 220

GEO Study Abroad Drop-In Advising

(Monday 28 – Tuesday 5)  1:30 am – 3:30 pm

Not sure where you want to study abroad or how to start? Drop by Mac Court for a 15-minute chat with an Advisor!

Know where you want to go? Call 541-346-3207 to setup a 30 minute advising appointment!

Contact [email protected] with any questions or search programs at geo.uoregon.edu!

McArthur Court

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Tuesday, May 29th


LIVE

OM

(Tuesday) 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm

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

Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest, Room 041

Wonder, Poetry, and Words Beyond Words

(Tuesday) 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm

A public lecture by Piero Boitani, Professor of Comparative Literature, University of Rome, Sapienza

Knight Library, Browsing Room

NAMI peer support

(Tuesday) 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Come join us for a FREE peer-support group facilitated by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) of Lane Country. This is not group therapy. It is a peer-led chat. Join, share, or just drop by and listen, whatever is most comfortable for you!

Peterson Hall, Room 102

UO Toastmasters Meeting

(Tuesday) 7:00 pm to 8:15 pm

Join us to improve your public speaking and leadership skills in a supportive, low-stress environment. Both members and visitors are welcome. You do not need to be a university student to attend.

Chiles, Room 125

Oregon Blockchain Group Meeting

(Tuesday) 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Come join us to learn about all things blockchain! From art to healthcare, Oregon Blockchain is breaking down the technology behind cryptoassets and its potential to disrupt some of the core industries within our global economy.

Lillis Business Complex, Room 345

LEARN

U.S. Air Force Practice Interviews

(Tuesday 29)  9:00 am – 3:00 pm

The UO Career Center Practice Interview Program is a safe place to practice interview skills, gain confidence and receive interview feedback from an experienced hiring professional. Guest employers volunteer their time to interview students and provide them with immediate feedback on their interviewing skills. Interviews are 30 minutes in length: 20 minutes for the interview and 10 minutes for immediate feedback from the interviewer.

Hendricks Hall, Career Center – Room 220

Career Lab: Interview Prep and Practice

(Tuesday) 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Interviews can be intimidating, but with the right preparation you can be composed and confident! In this interactive workshop, you’ll learn how to prepare, what to expect during the interview, a framework to answer almost any questions, and get some time to practice.

Lillis Business Complex, Room 155

Cercle français

(Tuesday) 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Join us for informal conversation practice in French! All levels and all French speakers/learners are welcome to attend!
Contact Natalie at [email protected] with questions.

McKenzie Hall, Room 175 – Yamada Language Center

Lundquist College Master’s Programs Info Session

(Tuesday) 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Considering graduate business programs? Come learn about careers in business and how the Oregon MBA, MS in Finance, or Master of Accounting programs can help you reach your goals. A graduate recruiter will discuss the programs and career fields they feed into and their different application processes. This event is open to current UO undergraduates of all ages and majors.

Lillis Business Complex, Room 440

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Full Moon Mountain Bike Ride to Denny’s

(Tuesday) 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Bring your mountain bike and get ready for a wild night under the full moon! Mountain bike is used loosely here. If your bike can ride on dirt and gravel trails, you’re prepared for the intermediate ride down Moon Mountain. We will end at Denny’s Diner for some late night breakfast for dinner.

Outdoor Program (OP) Barn

Chamber Music on Campus

(Tuesday) 7:30 pm

Beall Concert Hall



Wednesday, May 30th


LIVE

Weegee: Selections from the Collection

(Wednesday 30 – Wednesday 6) All Day

Drawing from the major gift of eighty-five photographs by Weegee (Arthur Fellig), given to the JSMA in 2016 by Ellen and Alan Newberg, this thematic exhibition will present a selection of black-and-white photographic prints. Born in Austria in 1889, Weegee emigrated with his family to the U.S. in 1909. Working in New York as a freelance newspaper photographer, he specialized in recording the crime and violence that took place in the Lower East Side during the 1930s and ’40s. This exhibition examines images from this period, as well as those from later in his career when, as his fame grew, Weegee began to experiment with photographic manipulation. The exhibition is curated by Lucy Miller, a graduate student in the History of Art and Architecture, under the guidance of Danielle Knapp, McCosh Associate Curator.

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA)

Dissonant Perspectives: Old Music in a Time of Political Upheaval

(Wednesday) 10:00 am – 3:30 pm

How can the study of music history provide insight into recent controversies? How should we balance and negotiate the dynamics of free speech in the classroom and in our research?

The two-day event will provide an opportunity for distinguished visiting scholars, UO faculty members, and UO students to share their thoughts about how research, teaching, and public work can help to stimulate difficult conversations and contribute to positive change.

Presentations from Lori Kruckenberg (UO School of Music and Dance), Gina Psaki (UO Romance Languages), Emily Zazulia (UC Berkeley), David Wacks (UO Romance Languages), Mark Burford (Reed College), Lauren Joiner (UO School of Music and Dance), Jennifer Saltzstein (University of Oklahoma), and Alejandro L. Madrid (Cornell University).

Collier House

We Tell You Now: Storytelling on Indigenous Terms

(Wednesday) 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm

This event provides a venue for Indigenous peoples to speak about borders, migration and belonging on Indigenous terms. In addition to a panel discussion, the event will include video and photographic storytelling by UO students about Native people in the UO community and families at Chifin Native Youth Center.

Many Nations Longhouse

Exhibition: Reimagining The Old Campus Quadrangle

(Wednesday) 5:00 pm

Students in LA 4/510 History of Landscape Architecture II (Prof. Mark R. Eischeid) will be exhibiting models that reimagine the UO’s Old Campus Quadrangle.  In addition to presenting the Quad’s current conditions, students will also redesign the landscape through the lens of an historic landscape architectural tradition, as well as through a new, student-invented tradition. Students in the History of Landscape Architecture II class are pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in landscape architecture, architecture, and environmental studies.

Lawrence Hall, Hayden Gallery

On Display: Curating 75 Years of Japanese-American Incarceration

(Wednesday) 5:30 pm

Lecture by Craig Hadley, Director and Curator of Exhibitions and University Collection, Richard E. Peeler Art Center, DePauw University

On February 19, 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s Executive Oder 9066 resulted in the mass incarceration of 12,000 Japanese-Americans living on the West Coast. This lecture introduces the Japanese-American internment experience through the critical lens of the museum exhibition. How has our nation’s most trusted source for information – the museum – shaped the way we encounter, process, and ultimately acknowledge the past and the living present? How did mass media respond to these public revisions and re-representations of history and justice? Historical and contemporary artists, along with a number of regional and national exhibitions, will further frame the conversation and provide avenues for connection to the current political discourse in the U.S.

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA)

Wonkak Kim and Eunhye Grace Choi Duo Recital

(Wednesday) 7:00 pm

Tykeson Hall

From “I” to “We”: The Role of the Citizen-Critic

(Wednesday) 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Margo Jefferson, Pulitzer-Prize winning writer, cultural critic, Columbia University professor, and author of Negroland: A Memoir.

“We The People” is an affirmation, but it’s a provocation too. It provokes each of us as individuals, as “I”s who cherish our particular identities, to think about how those identities can join forces in a community. And by” forces” I mean beliefs, achievements and dreams, but also uncertainties and conflicts: histories and traditions that often clash. “We The People” are a nation of communities and cultures struggling hard to make sense of one another. What kind of “we “ is worth dreaming of and working for?

Lillis Business Complex, Room 182

LEARN

Dungarvin Oregon Jobs Info Table

(Wednesday) 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Stop by our UO info table to learn more about our local jobs–part-time and full-time positions. Dungarvin Oregon is a nationwide agency that provides daily supports for individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.We are looking for dependable and compassionate employees with a desire to assist the people we support in achieving their goals and leading a high quality of life.  Full-time, part-time and on-call positions are available for day, swing and awake overnight shifts. At the time of the interview, you will be able to discuss location and shift preferences.

Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Main Lobby

Stress Management Workshop

(Wednesday) 2:00 pm – 2:50 pm

Learn personalized stress management techniques and how to identify the signs, symptoms, triggers, and underlying functions of stress. All students welcome to drop-in.

Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Main Lobby

EAT

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Connect The Ducks BINGO nights

(Wednesday) 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

UO Students bring your ID to play BINGO for awesome Prizes including Duck Bucks and gift certificates to local stores.

Erb Memorial Union (EMU), by the O desk

Kayak Pool Sessions

(Wednesday) 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm

Practice your kayaking moves in the SRC pool before heading to the river and learn from the experts! Attend one, two, or all of the sessions!

SRC Pool

Open Mic Comedy

(Wednesday) 9:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Join the UO Stand-Up Society for a night of laughs every Wednesday! Bring your friends and perform your own set or just watch others. Free and all are welcome.

Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Falling Sky Pizzeria

Space For Race: Art Show & Dance Party

(Wednesday) 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Space for Race is a multicultural art show where we will be showcasing different works of art that vary from visual art, clothing, to zines, dance performances, and much more! It will also be a dance party hosted by none other than DJ Donnessy! This will take place on WEDNESDAY, MAY 30 FROM 6-10 PM!

Presented by the UO Multicultural Center, NASU, MEChA, Muxeres, some of our guests include Xcape Dance Company, DJ Donnessy, and [email protected]$$ x A-Team! We will also be featuring the MCC’s “Center the Margins” zine, MEChA’s “La Jotera” zine, and Art Ducko’s 90’s issue!

EMU Amphitheatre



Thursday, May 31st


LIVE

Dissonant Perspectives: Old Music in a Time of Political Upheaval

(Thursday) 9:00 am – 11:00 am

How can the study of music history provide insight into recent controversies? How should we balance and negotiate the dynamics of free speech in the classroom and in our research?

The two-day event will provide an opportunity for distinguished visiting scholars, UO faculty members, and UO students to share their thoughts about how research, teaching, and public work can help to stimulate difficult conversations and contribute to positive change.

Presentations from Lori Kruckenberg (UO School of Music and Dance), Gina Psaki (UO Romance Languages), Emily Zazulia (UC Berkeley), David Wacks (UO Romance Languages), Mark Burford (Reed College), Lauren Joiner (UO School of Music and Dance), Jennifer Saltzstein (University of Oklahoma), and Alejandro L. Madrid (Cornell University).

Collier House

MNCH at the Historic Preservation Month Fair

(Thursday) 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History joins a celebration of National Historic Preservation Month hosted by Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. Community organizations and several state agencies will highlight the history of their institutions and their work to preserve important sites related to historic events, persons, and places. The event is free and open to the public.

Oregon State Capitol Salem

Global Perspectives on the Regulation of Hate Speech

(Thursday) 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

The Office of International Affairs will host Toby Mendel, Executive Director of the Center for Law and Democracy, for a final presentation in the Freedom of Expression series. Mendel will look at international law and the approaches of various Western countries when it comes to hate speech. He will highlight the differences and explore the pros and cons of different approaches, looked at through a free speech and more general human rights lens.

William W. Knight Law Center, Room 110

Hand and Feet Relaxation

(Thursday) 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm

Did you know if you relax your hands and feet your whole body relaxes?

Come learn an easy way to roll your way to relaxation!

Bouncy Ball included

Facilitator: Jude Kehoe, LPN, HTCP, Meditation Instructor

Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest, Room 041

Application Deadline: ALPFA Scholarship

(Thursday) 5:00 pm

The Association of Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting (ALPFA) is offering scholarships for accounting and business majors, sponsored by several accounting firms and corporations.  The deadline to apply is May 31. Visit the ALPFA website for all the details.

Exhibition: Reimagining The Old Campus Quadrangle

(Thursday) 5:00 pm

Students in LA 4/510 History of Landscape Architecture II (Prof. Mark R. Eischeid) will be exhibiting models that reimagine the UO’s Old Campus Quadrangle.  In addition to presenting the Quad’s current conditions, students will also redesign the landscape through the lens of an historic landscape architectural tradition, as well as through a new, student-invented tradition. Students in the History of Landscape Architecture II class are pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in landscape architecture, architecture, and environmental studies.

Lawrence Hall, Hayden Gallery

From “I” to “We”: The Role of the Citizen-Critic

(Thursday) 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm

Margo Jefferson, Pulitzer-Prize winning writer, cultural critic, Columbia University professor, and author of Negroland: A Memoir.

“We The People” is an affirmation, but it’s a provocation too. It provokes each of us as individuals, as “I”s who cherish our particular identities, to think about how those identities can join forces in a community. And by” forces” I mean beliefs, achievements and dreams, but also uncertainties and conflicts: histories and traditions that often clash. “We The People” are a nation of communities and cultures struggling hard to make sense of one another. What kind of “we “ is worth dreaming of and working for?

White Stag Block, auditorium

LEARN

Anxiety Management Workshop

(Thursday) 2:00 pm – 2:50 pm

Gain an understanding of your anxiety triggers and symptoms, and develop strategies for addressing related challenges. All students welcome to drop-in.

Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest (041)

Translation & Interpretation Experiences & Perceptions among Latina/o High School Language Brokers in Oregon

(Thursday) 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm

CLLAS Research Series Graduate Grantee Presentation: Translation & Interpretation Experiences & Perceptions among Latina/o High School Language Brokers in Oregon, presented by Angel Dorantes, Department of Education Studies.

Angel Dorantes is a doctoral candidate in the Critical and Sociocultural Studies in Education program. His research agenda includes issues of access and equity in education, and the experiences of Latina/o children/adolescents who translate for their parents. Recently, he co-authored a journal article, titled, Reforzando las Redes: Supporting Latina/o Undergraduates at a State Flagship University, that was published in the Journal of Hispanic Higher Education.

Angel’s dissertation explores the experiences of Latina/o high school students who translate and/or interpret for their parents and their perceptions regarding benefits and concerns commonly associated with this practice and their views on their own acculturative processes.

This event is free and open to the public

Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Diamond Lake Room, 119

“Who Am I and What Matches My Personality?” MBTI Workshop

(Thursday) 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Learn about your personality based on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). Through group activities identify your unique preferences and how to apply this information to make more meaningful choices.

Hendricks Hall, Room 220 – Career Center

Global Business in London: Info Session

(Thursday) 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Prepare yourself for a future in global business by studying and interning in London, one of the leading financial centers of the world. You’ll take courses from faculty with international business experience who are experts in world markets in transition. Immerse yourself in business culture and best practices through an internship placement in a variety of industry sectors. Make progress towards your educational, professional, and personal goals by experiencing all that London has to offer.

Anstett Hall, 192

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LGBTQIA+ Health Relationships

(Thursday) 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Come participate in a collaborative two-part discussion series on multiple aspects of healthy LGBTQIA+ relationships. Pizza will be provided!

Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest, Room 041

Ducks After Dark: Animal House

(Thursday) 8:15 pm – 11:00 pm

Join us for an outdoor free movie! Plus we have FREE popcorn and soda for UO students with a valid UO ID!

Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Amphitheater

PLAY

Take A Hike 2018 – The 20th Annual Faculty/Staff Walk/Roll or 5k Fun Run

(Thursday) 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Walk/roll or run with other faculty and staff and win some great prizes! The grand prize is a one-year membership to the Student Recreation Center! This year’s event is scheduled on May 31st from 12pm-1pm, with check in beginning at 11:45am. This one-mile walk/roll or 5k Fun Run will run rain or shine and starts/finishes at the Student Recreation Center Turf Field 1. The first 100 people who register receive a free gift. All U of O employees are eligible to participate. Pre-registration is encouraged, but you may also register on-site.

Student Recreation Center (SRC), Turf Field #1

Yesplus Happiness Hour

(Thursday) 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm

REcharge via Yesplus Yoga-Breathing-Meditation

Graduate Teaching Fellow Federation Office 609 E 13th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401



Friday, June 1st


LIVE

Free First Friday at the Museum

(Friday) 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Museum of Natural and Cultural History offers free admission on the first Friday of the month. Investigate Oregon’s amazing fossils and ecosystems, and delve into its cultural history—from the First Americans at Paisley Caves to the dynamic cultures of today’s Tribes.

Museum of Natural and Cultural History

LEED Event at the EMU!

(Friday) 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Join us in celebrating the EMU’s earned LEED status! The new construction, completed in 2017, resulted in the highest certification possible – Platinum! Meet us in the Oregon Plaza for cupcakes, a few words, the plaque unveiling, and information about LEED. Stop by – all are welcome!

Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Oregon Plaza, near the O Desk

UO Art MFA Thesis Exhibition

(Friday) 12:00 am – 5:00 pm

Join us in celebrating the EMU’s earned LEED status! The new construction, completed in 2017, resulted in the highest certification possible – Platinum! Meet us in the Oregon Plaza for cupcakes, a few words, the plaque unveiling, and information about LEED. Stop by – all are welcome!

Disjecta Contemporary Art Center

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Relaxation Pilates-Yoga

(Friday) 10:00 pm – 10:50 pm

Pilates based exercises are paired with yoga practice and music. This workout is designed to enhance muscular strength, endurance, flexibility, and balance while centering the mind and reducing stress. We have the mats, all you need is yourself!

Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Duck Nest, Room 041

Friday Float!

(Friday) 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Ride inflatable kayaks through mellow rapids in town! Must pre-register in Outdoor Program office.

Outdoor Program (OP) Barn

Fishbowl Friday

(Friday) 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Come to Fishbowl Fridays. Meet new people, play board games with friends, get a free Starbucks Coffee, win raffle prizes, have fun doing activities and more. New games and activities each week. Free for anyone!

Erb Memorial Union (EMU), Fishbowl

Holi 2018

(Friday) 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm

Holi celebrates the arrival of Spring all across the Indian Subcontinent. Join us this year as we dance, play (water guns!!!), and throw powder under the sun ☀ It’s always a blast so bring yourself and all your friends to HOLI 2018!

Memorial Quadrangle

Coffee Hour

(Friday) 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Hosted by the International Student Association (ISA). Come and eat some free food, play some games, and meet new people from across the globe all while having a good time. Free for all students.

LLC Performance Hall



Saturday, June 2nd


LIVE

Spring Concert at the Hult: UOSO, OWE, and Choirs Hult Center for the Performing Arts

(Saturday)

Three of the University of Oregon’s premier musical ensembles join forces for our annual celebration of the spring season. Join the University Symphony Orchestra (Dr. David M. Jacobs, conductor) for Copland’s Orchestral Variations and Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms; the Oregon Wind Ensemble (Dr. Rodney Dorsey, conductor); and University Singers and Chamber Choir (Dr. Sharon J. Paul and Dr. Melissa Brunkan) for an afternoon of diverse and exciting music.

Hult Center for the Performing Arts, Silva Concert Hall

Sticky and Elastic: Museums in Times of Change

(Saturday) 2:00 pm

Lecture by Kristina Durocher, Director, Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire

As an active member of museum associations in the Northeast as well as a board member of the Association of Academic Museums and Galleries, Duocher closely follows the ways museum adapt to the needs and demographics of their communities

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art (JSMA)

School of Music and Dance Spring Concert

(Saturday) 7:00 pm

Three of the University of Oregon’s premier musical ensembles join forces for our annual celebration of the spring season. Join the University Symphony Orchestra (Dr. David M. Jacobs, conductor) for Copland’s Orchestral Variations and Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms; the Oregon Wind Ensemble (Dr. Rodney Dorsey, conductor); and University Singers and Chamber Choir (Dr. Sharon J. Paul and Dr. Melissa Brunkan) for an afternoon of diverse and exciting music.

Hult Center for the Performing Arts

Flaming Lips

(Saturday) 9:00 pm

The Flaming Lips are an American rock band, formed in Norman, Oklahoma in 1983.

McDonald Theatre 1010 Willamette St, Eugene, OR 97401

Ninth Moon Black

(Saturday) 9:00 pm

the Community Center for the Performing Arts proudly welcomes Ninth Moon Black’s Record Release Party for Amaranthine with special guests Broken Dead and Cetacean.

WOW Hall 291 W 8th Ave. Eugene, OR 97401

LEARN

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Common Adventure: Biking Row River

(Saturday) 9:00 am – 3:00 pm

Richard is going on another long Saturday ride! The destination this time is the Row River trail, one of our Oregon Scenic Bikeways. This is 31 mile single day ride. Cost:~$5. Mandatory pre-trip meeting: Friday June 1st, 5pm at the OP EMU.

Outdoor Program (OP) Barn

Intramural Sports Kickball Tournament

(Saturday) 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Join Intramural Sports for our Kickball tournament on June 2 on Riverfront Fields. $20 per team. Register your team on IMLeagues and pay at the SRC Service Center Desk by May 29, noon. Questions? Contact Sean Graninger [email protected]

Riverfront Fields Riverfront Field, Eugene, OR 97403



Sunday, June 3rd


LIVE

Garter Band

(Sunday)

Time TBA

WOW Hall 291 W 8th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401

CANCELLED: Music Theater Performance

(Sunday) 2:00 pm

$7 General Admission, $5 Students and Seniors

Frohnmayer Music Building, 190

Composition 1 and 2 Class Recital

(Sunday) 7:30 pm

Frohnmayer Music Building, 190

LEARN

EAT

PLAY

Pajama Party 5K

(Sunday) 11:00 am

No Lost Generation UO presents

PAJAMA PARTY 5K

Refugee Scholarship Fundraiser

Alton Baker Park

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