First Lady Michelle Obama draws record crowd as more grads than ever participate
“I want us to talk about how we manage growth and change so that we preserve the best of what we’ve got here.”
OSU SIFE proves and teaches that business skills can make the world a better place.
Robert Johnson gets a lot of strange looks when he tells his friends what he does in Ken Hedberg’s lab.
Beaver wrestlers in Istanbul will add to one of the highest international profiles among Beaver sports, one that dates back to Robin Reed winning a gold medal and Chet Newton a silver in the 1924 Olympics.
The OSU racing team was thrilled to win the Formula Student Germany competition.
“I’m the one in the car who suddenly yells, ‘Pull over, pull over – I’ve got to go look at that soil!’”
Replacement of OSU’s four main cultural centers will start with a dramatic new Native American Cultural Center
A booming University Honors College is at the center of OSU’s increasingly intense – and successful – effort to enroll more high-achieving students
Two years ago, Moriarty accidentally found the proverbial 15 minutes of scientific fame.
A record 23,761 students enrolled at Oregon State University this fall.
… 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.
Orange and black are great colors but can be make it a challenge to put together fabulous outfits.
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.
Alumni who haven’t been back to Corvallis for a few years or even a few months are in for surprises large and small as they view the many construction sites across campus.
Donors pushed the Campaign for OSU past its goal for scholarships and fellowships.
Beaver Nation will hold a first-of-its-kind rally in Portland’s “living room” downtown.
From The Oregonian: OSU the university of choice for top graduates of Portland-area high schools
Richard Nafshun, ’97, helps OSU make sure students’ college years transform rather than discourage them.
We know him by the wild hair,the violent head bobbing and the giant, black-and-orange, O-shaped neckwear.
Does this mean these early students spent all their time outside the classroom cloistered in ascetic seclusion, like members of a religious order? Not even close. They lived, as young people have always lived, taking risks, acting crazy, and doing things their parents, I’m sure, had warned them against.
When Andy Shelton went to Norway through OSU’s Arthur Stonehill International Business Exchange Program, he had no idea what to expect. He couldn’t have imagined he’d make a connection that would lead to a job offer from National Oilwell Varco, a Fortune 500 company based in Houston, Texas.