Featured Student Work

See SOJC students' outstanding work, from published articles and research to award-winning videos and campaigns.

SOJC journalism, advertising and public relations students travel abroad to create multimedia stories depicting music, dance and life in Colombia.
In a story on KLCC’s website, Journalism Master's alum Bart Brewer ’24 delved into the often-contentious relationship the University of Oregon has with its neighbors on the east side of campus.
The looming uncertainty and dangers of climate change can be paralyzing, but they can also be a motivating force to inspire activism, according to research by Communication and Media Studies PhD candidate Emmanuel Maduneme.
Malya Fass ’25, an SOJC journalism major, explores how Gen Z students feel about being immersed in a world of distractions from technology. "Do Not Disturb" aired on KLCC’s Morning Edition.
Sophia Cossette ’24, a journalism major and double minor in geography and science communication, produced a story for KLCC on the politics of coffee and how a local roaster is adapting and thriving.  
Luka DeMay ’25, a journalism major with minors in multimedia and creative writing, produced a story for Eugene radio station KLCC called "First Steps," which profiled Upbeat, a UO tap dancing club.
Journalism major Anne Armstrong ’24 chronicled the story of Sophie Kirkwood, a UO lacrosse player who suffered a devastating injury. "The Cost of Lacrosse" aired on KLCC’s Morning Edition June 17.
Romie Avivi Stuhl ’25 has been selected as a News21 fellow working on “Fractured—The State of American Democracy” at the Arizona State Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication this summer.
Eugene's NPR affiliate, KLCC, highlighted the work of SOJC journalism major Erin Morrison. Her story, "The Power of Powwow," covered the UO Mother’s Day Powwow, which honors the Native community.
Digital challenge games like Wordle or Sudoku may help restore psychological well-being, according to a study led by Ph.D. student Waseq Rahman and co-authored by Assistant Professor Maxwell Foxman.