While it’s good to see Oregon and Washington on this list, I recall argument in the early part of the decade that the UW campus was regarded as a less safe LGBT space than the rest of Seattle. T
For this week’s Forestry Friday, I want to talk about the town of Valsetz, Oregon. Valsetz was a tiny company town in the Oregon coast range founded in 1919. It was owned by the Boise Cascade co
Turning downtown Springfield, Oregon into a Simpsons-themed shopping district actually makes a tiny bit of sense, as cheesy as it would be, considering that downtown Springfield reminds one of a city
I’m presently on a 6-week research trip to the Pacific Northwest and am presently working in Eugene, Oregon. Our former governor is a man named Ted Kulongoski. In the 1970s, he was a hip young s
It’s almost too easy for ESPN to go to Eugene for this story.
This would never happen at Oregon: A piece of history from the University of Alabama’s championship run was shattered on Saturday afternoon following the Crimson Tide’s annual A-Day scrimm
My 25 day research trip to Oregon is over. I am sad to leave. This is one reason why.