Produced by Natalie Schechtel
Students’ eating disorders have worsened during the pandemic as they cope with added stress.
One year into the COVID-19 crisis, dependent college students reflect on working through a pandemic without direct government stimulus checks.
Oregon’s Latinx businesses faced financial, linguistic and cultural barriers that made it more difficult for them to receive pandemic relief money than for white businesses.
After decades of work by educators, activists and tribal members, Indigenous culture and history is now a mandatory part of K-12 curriculum in Oregon.
Anomaly Hair Collective is transforming the gendered world of hair studios and creating a safe space for Eugene’s queer community.
UO students share stories of sexual violence, resilience and recovery.
With Oregon’s wild salmon in jeopardy, Indigenous people face losing a way of life.