OSU professor will speak on the role of nutrition in cancer prevention this Saturday
Alexander Vickery-Holland leads campus affairs task force
Student art collaborative Montage plans to revive student travel program, reconnect with Corvallis community through artwork
Student Sustainability Initiatives promotes Campuses Take Charge
Saturday marks official holiday recognizing life’s work of OSU’s most famous alumnus
Nearly 100 percent of OSU vaccinated, university has contingencies for outbreaks
Panel of student groups, faculty discuss social justice at Oregon State
ASOSU provides information for candidates for upcoming elections, information sessions continue next week
Construction on new building for School of Chemical, Biological and Ecological Engineering begins next month
Majestic Theatre to hold two performances of “The Vagina Monologues” Feb. 28; ticket sales to be donated to CARDV
University faculty, staff and students will hold a panel discussion Wednesday from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Memorial Union, room 213, to discuss what a socially just university looks like.
Family asks for help searching for missing family member Chad Ferschweiler, owner of Pita Pit
Graduate anthropology student plans research in Mexico studying education
Be the Match on Campus at Oregon State prepares for dead week registration drive
Corvallis Police Department work to reduce collisions around city
Academic Success Center promotes services available for students
The Pacific Northwest’s oysters aren’t the only ones threatened by ocean acidification, according to a news release from Oregon State University.
OSU students attend Hispanic leadership conference, gain knowledge, empowerment
Peer Health Advocates take to quad to promote fitness
This year, DAMchic Magazine is hosting the 25th anniversary of the Recycled Fashion Show. Throughout the entire week, tickets to the show will be sold in the Memorial Union quad from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
'It’s On Us’ campaign event unblurs lines, supports discussion on sexual consent
A new study from the Oregon State University College of Engineering provides more data to the tide of tsunami research being done in anticipation of the potential Cascadia quake.
Some grabbed frisbees. Others sat and enjoyed the sun. Oregon State University students enjoyed a snapshot of spring last week as the sudden burst of sunny weather temporarily banished the gloom of winter. On Feb. 20, T-shirts replaced wool sweaters as students all across campus basked in the weather in their own small way.
Student government shifts from moving into new building to focusing on upcoming elections
Kerr Administration Building’s 6th floor to have new carpets, paint
Scott Swanson leads ASOSU’s veteran affairs task force
Bill passed to get veterans, veterans’ dependents in-state tuition
Weis lab in Department of Integrative Biology studies cnidarians
After months of delays due to problems with construction, the replacement for Carl’s Jr. that Oregon State University students were promised is preparing to open.
Student groups begin to settle into long-awaited building
Students explore employment opportunities at Winter Career Fair
As of Tuesday, Feb. 17, Corvallis Police have positively identified the victim discovered in Alan B. Berg Park. The victim was 42-year-old Kimberly Hakes of Corvallis. According to Lt. Cord Wood of the Corvallis Police Department, Hakes was killed sometime before 10:30 a.m. Feb. 15 in the park where she had been camping. The Oregon State Medical Examiner’s Office performed an autopsy and found evidence that Hakes’ death was due to serious head trauma. According to Wood, the investigation is ongoing, and there are currently no suspects or persons of interest. Investigators are asking anyone who may have seen or had contact with Hakes Feb. 14 to call Corvallis Police at 541-766-6924.
SafeRide’s external coordinator seeks to keep students safe
Oregon State University’s Tae Kwon Do club is having a bake sale to raise money for tournament entrance fees. The club is selling brownies, cookies, cupcakes and Rice Krispies Treats.
Former resident assistants share experiences, advice for younger students considering work as RAs
ASOSU splits new budget approval into 16 bills: 11 pass, 5 delay
OSU celebrates Hydrothermal Vent Day with talk from PSU Biology Professor Anna-Louise Reysenbach
Ettihad Cultural Center holds discussion on women, education, empowerment Wednesday
Corvallis officials, ODOT talk seismic activity, Corvallis infrastructure
C.ORE Freeride club promotes adventure lifestyle for any interested students