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Geology study offers a deep-time perspective on climate
Work by geologist Greg Retallack offers a look at past carbon levels and their effects
Need a culture fix? Find art to fill the soul in the virtual world
Even in uncertain times, it's possible to immerse youself in the creative arts
Sheltering in place? Art and culture are only a click away
The university offers a wealth of videos to entertain, educate and inspire
MNCH puts mammals through their paces in new exhibit
'Natural Athletes' takes a look at the speediest critters in the animal kingdom
Nominations open for annual Oregon Stewardship Award
The honor recognizes work that reflects concern for Oregon's past, present and future
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