A look back on the 50th anniversary of Terry Baker’s triumph
A different point of view on one of Oregon State’s most unusual and historic athletic contests
Recent chemical engineering grad has a demanding job making life-saving vaccines. On the side, she’s an NFL cheerleader.
Ariko Iso, a 1993 OSU graduate, was hired away from the NFL’s Pittsburgh Steelers this summer to be OSU’s head football athletic trainer.
Company buy-outs and four or five job eliminations over the years have sent him from Pacific Rim countries to San Diego and now, with Procter & Gamble, to Boston and a chance to explore the East Coast.
Back in the 1970s, an up-and-coming young comedian named Steve Martin advised his audiences, “Let’s get small.” In a manner of speaking, Oregon State has taken Martin’s advice and prospered with it.
Mark your calendars, Beavers everywhere: Homecoming this year is Oct. 31 through Nov. 5.
Officials announced Oct. 21 that for football, the Pac-12 would break into North and South divisions.
OSU sports legend Jess Lewis likes green grass but went blue for the cause.
Football players Wilder McAndrews and Aaron Nichols have worked their way into the OSU College of Pharmacy’s doctorate program.
“I can see number 1 and number 8 from up here! That’s those Rodgerses! They’re brothers!”
Campus recyclers and OSU Athletics are asking alumni to set an example for other fans in managing their trash on game days.
OSU’s legendary 1967 “Giant Killers” football team is the inspiration for a rugged new Civil War uniform.
Even as a little boy in the small California town where he grew up, Raul Vera was his mother’s favorite helper when she put on big feeds for the extended family, or catered huge meals around the family’s backyard barbecue pit.
Homecoming 2009 may have centered on the Halloween Day football game against UCLA, but the game was just one of many events during a week of “Haunted By Orange” activities. The OSU Marching Band played pretty much everywhere, including in the parade, where they were joined by OSU’s national champion Baja racer. During Classes Without [...]
Have you spent much time reading comments on the blogs at media Web sites that cover the Beavers and Ducks? A lot of it – on both sides of the Oregon-Oregon State divide – can make a rational person hope it’s true what they say about those things – that most of the more outraged and outrageous contributors are angry 14-year-old boys trying to show off their ability to insult each other.
The seven Beavers selected this past spring were the most OSU players taken in an NFL draft; OSU matched Southern California as the school with the second-highest number of players selected in this year’s draft, trailing only Ohio State’s 11 picks … and five of those seven players … arrived at football’s most elite level with their college degrees already in hand.
Good recruiting and hard work on the practice field are important to success in football, but could it hurt to seek a little extra help?