Two years ago, Moriarty accidentally found the proverbial 15 minutes of scientific fame.
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Farm-centered organization with distinctly OSU flavor works to feed the needy.
2010-11 marks Valenti’s 70th school year on the OSU campus.
No Small Potatoes is essentially a Reser family and business history, authored by Al and writer Kerry Tymchuk. A modest little book, it’s a great read.
A record 23,761 students enrolled at Oregon State University this fall.
Washington’s friends asked him why he took the hard math classes – trigonometry, algebra, calculus. “I said it was because I loved them.”
“When you listen to a great piece of music, even when there are no words, it’s almost like you’re mainlining the message.”
… campus leaders announced an increased campaign goal: $850 million. The campaign will continue through 2013 and will help propel OSU to a new level of distinction and global leadership.
They seem like natural partners, OSU’s College of Health and Human Sciences and the College of Pharmacy. But add the College of Veterinary Medicine?
The gift establishes the first-ever endowed faculty position at the Central Oregon campus …
And what an inauspicious launching it was. Surrounded by enough political intrigue to warrant a movie, it would eventually bring down a president …
… I clicked on the attached video and discovered that the most delightful “flash mob” had unfolded a few hours before on the Memorial Union Quad.
Women’s soccer spent the autumn writing one of the better turnaround stories ever in OSU athletics.
Six distinguished Oregon State University alumni returned to campus in October for OSU’s Homecoming as part of the Alumni Fellows Program, sponsored by the OSU Alumni Association.
Officials announced Oct. 21 that for football, the Pac-12 would break into North and South divisions.
Working as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Philippines taught Laura Anderson, ’00, of Newport a lot about community-based management.
He wondered if folks at the OSU College of Engineering would donate textbooks, so he turned to a familiar contact.
“I had to wear my uniform on campus, and at the time there were some jeers. As I wore it more and more, and talked with people, I found …”