This past Friday and Saturday, OSU’s Kaleidoscope of Colleges and Cultures went off without a hitch. Students from across Oregon were brought to campus with one mission in mind: Go to College. Along with their students, counselors and community organizers traveled to Corvallis to learn more about college including the resources available to them, academic opportunities, cultural resource centers, student organizations and more. Students were able to hear OSU students and Beaver Football players James and Jacquizz Rodgers talk about their college experience and why they felt everyone should go.
See below for photos from the academic presentations and a video on various clips from the annual event including Scenes from OSU — an OSU talent show featuring OSU student clubs and organizations. Special thanks goes out to Carl Thomas, Claire Bennett, Alex Beck, Ana Flores, and Marleigh Luster from Visitations and Programs as well as Sandy Tsuneyoshi, Earlean Wilson Huey, Gustavo Martinez Padilla and Allison Davis-White Eyes from Intercultural Student Services; Janet Nishihara from the Educational Opportunities Program; Ellen Ford and Dana Beck from Precollege Programs, Wendy AlemÃ¡n from the College Assistance Migrant Program; Jennifer ViÃ±a from University Housing and Dining Services; Eric Stoller from the College of Health and Human Sciences; and Lindsay Mitchell and Matt Ogawa from the Office of Admissions; as well as all of the departments and student organizations on campus who played a hand in making this a successful event.