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Tracing the journeys of the Caribbean’s first people
Study confirms a north-to-south settlement pattern beginning in the Greater Antilles
Fill your stocking with December's lineup of arts events
If the holidays aren’t enough, there are plenty of other December events to fill up your winter break schedule.
Eugene's Racist Past
The Museum of Natural and Cultural History's new exhibit provokes dialogue and action.
Discoveries at Fort Rock Cave
Museum archaeologist and Research Division director Tom Connolly weighs in on the history of excavations at Oregon's Fort Rock Cave.
New civil rights exhibit at MNCH shines a light on Eugene
Photos, interviews and historical archives explore how racist attitudes drove civil rights activism
Ancient fossils reveal fresh clues about early life on land
A study co-authored by Greg Retalack suggests ancient land-dwellers were a pretty slimy bunch
A "Magical Time'
Blake Little: Photographs from the Gay Rodeo at the Museum of Natural and Cultural History
Archaeologists develop a new picture of the human footprint
Three UO researchers contributed to a finding that humans began altering the planet 3,000 years ago
New photography exhibit celebrates LGBTQIA rodeo culture
Photos by Blake Little show the thrills and challenges of competing on the gay rodeo circuit
UO team says Oregon fossil came from a bear-sized meat-eater
Dental exams sparked by an undergraduate's curiosity help put a new creature into PNW history