The $68 million Oregon football performance center that has garnered national attention over the last few days finally has an official name: The Hatfield-Dowlin Complex. Named for Lola Hatfield and Dorothie Dowlin, Phil Knight’s mother and mother-in-law, respectively, the structure is the second large-scale project named after members of the …
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“Dorothea Lange is such a treasure,” director at the Morse Center Margaret Hallock said. “She’s one of the prominent documentary photographers of the ’30s and ’40s. John Steinbeck was, in fact, very motivated by her photographs when he was writing ‘The Grapes of Wrath.’”
The award-winning expose “The Return of Navajo Boy,” a documentary on uranium contamination of the Navajo Nation, was presented at the EMU Thursday night as part of a state-wide tour to broaden public discussion of indigenous rights.