How OSU and Bobby Kennedy helped 1967 alumnus Husnu Ozyegin change the world
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First Lady Michelle Obama draws record crowd as more grads than ever participate
A look back on the 50th anniversary of Terry Baker’s triumph
Honoree Joyce Carol Oates wows her hosts and grants instant credibility to the OSU’s new literary award
OSU’s president has learned from many interesting people, some of them quite famous
He was probably thinking, “I finally get time to answer these questions and it turns out there’s an idiot running my alma mater’s alumni magazine.”
I grow more excited all the time about the new trails OSU is blazing in research and teaching. Every week there’s at least one new Oregon State accomplishment to brag about.
Oregon State University – Cascades, the experiment that started 11 years ago with modest goals for bringing higher education to Central Oregon, has moved far beyond expectations and is on the brink of blossoming into a full, four-year branch campus of OSU.
Even with growth and amazing change, the campus is still a fine place for a walk down memory lane
When OSU’s Nick Sherwood got it in his head that he wanted his father to caddy for him at the U.S. Open, he made sure to ask in advance
Wes Coughlin may be new to the business world only two years after earning a business degree, but he isn’t new to films
“When you go to an interview people are always telling you, ‘We love OSU graduates.’ It’s nice to hear that.”
A different point of view on one of Oregon State’s most unusual and historic athletic contests
30.5% of OSU pharmacy majors who choose a Beaver choose a fellow pharmacy major.
We asked President Ray to talk about encounters with alumni.
… Part of our institutional personality to try to be authentic about what we can deliver …
“She got off and she was crying. And she was just so thankful she could do this again.”
Few academic units at Oregon State have reset their goals so dramatically
… Nothing about OSU gets more consistent media attention than do our athletic contests and the young people in them.
Tourism professionals sharpen skills with help from OSU-Cascades, Cornell University