Current Issue / Summer 2023

Summer 23 cover with text

The Sport and Wellness Issue

From athletic performance to product design, UO people, programs, and expertise light paths to health and well-being.
Volume 102 Number 4. Illustration by David Gill.

Education, Health & Wellness

Teens’ Outdoor Time May Do Inner Good

Being outside could help reduce youth stress, and a new study is using tech tools to measure the benefits

A student in a helmet walks a horse around a ring
Art, Design & LiteratureDuck Life

Taking the Reins, Budding Designers Gain Experience

Portland-based product design students drew inspiration from projects to improve horse-centered therapy

illustraiton baseball motion capture
Sports & Fitness

Academics, Athletics Merge to Improve Performance

Researchers and experts from different fields are crossing campus, joining together, and changing the game

Politics & Society

Fighting Hunger from the Willamette Valley

Food law expert Michael Fakhri addresses issues, starting with seeds and rising to corporate practices

Education, Health & WellnessViewpoints

Healthy Schools are Key to Health Promotion

Faculty and programs of the College of Education improve children’s education and their well-being

Sports & FitnessDuck Life

A Shot in the Dark

Josh Frankel was the backup to the backup when, against USC in 1999, his number was called

Media & Communications

Wrestle Wolves. Regale Trees. It’s Self-Care the Viking Way.

Thorfinn from the CBS series “Ghosts”—aka Devan Long—offers tips for being fit as a pirate Norseman

Education, Health & Wellness

Six Ways to Kick a Bad Mood

Tips from psychologist Ruth Ellingsen will put the skip back in your step


Letters: Travel and Running are Keys to Better Living

Responding to an OQ survey, readers divulge the ingredients to their secret sauce