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Moms and Family Weekend

Saturday, April 26th, 2014

To all the current Beavers, Have you started planning out your Moms and Family Weekend schedule? This year Moms Weekend is May 2nd-4th, 2014. The weekend holds many different events and activities for you and your Mom/Family to enjoy.  You are sure to find an event that catches your interest; maybe participating in the Pet […]

OSU Crossroads International Film Festival

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

Oregon State University is home to students from all over the globe; represented on campus from over ninety-five countries! Throughout the year OSU puts on many special events to honor different cultures, races, religions and other festivities to celebrate and unite students from around the world. This month OSU and the local theater, Darkside Cinema, […]

OSU Celebrates Black History Month 2014

Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

Only a few days are left in January, so be sure to get your admissions applications in by Feb. 1! February also marks Black History Month and various student organizations have planned out a series of fun and informative events all throughout the month in celebration. One event, hosted by the Lonnie B. Harris Black […]

MLK Day of Service

Monday, January 13th, 2014

Oregon State’s Martin Luther King Jr. celebration kicks off today, Monday, Jan. 13th and continues through Jan. 24th. “OSU’s celebration is one of the oldest continuous MLK events in the state. It is organized each year by a group of OSU community members convened by the Office of Equity and Inclusion.” Dr. Martin Luther King […]

Corvallis, OR: Top Ten College Towns in the Nation

Tuesday, December 10th, 2013

Recently, Oregon State University was ranked near the top of Business Insider’s “[The] 20 Best College Towns in America”. The data was compiled by the American Institute for Economic Research (AIER), and used factors such as number of college students per 1,000 residents, earning potential, and city accessibility. Now, every person who visits Corvallis can […]

Bard in the Quad 2013

Monday, August 5th, 2013

Come one, come all to this year’s presentation of Shakespeare’s classic Comedy of Errors! presented by Oregon State University’s Theatre Arts community. Our annual Bard in the Quad event will be happening August 8th-11th and 15th-18th beginning at 7:30pm. This year Oregon State performers will transform Shakespeare’s timeless play by giving it a “Jersey Shore” […]

A Growing Campus

Tuesday, July 23rd, 2013

Anyone who has visited Oregon State University this summer has probably noticed a different kind of orange all over campus, construction orange.  This is an exciting time for our campus as we as are making great additions to provide a quality experience for our students.  A combination of private donors, state funds, Campaign OSU, and […]

Black Cultural Center Ground Breaking Ceremony Today!

Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

This afternoon, the Black Cultural Center invites students, faculty, staff and the OSU community to celebrate the legacy of the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center as they break the ground of its new building! Construction is set to start this summer and be completed by June 2014. Today’s program includes a poetry reading, singing […]

Divine 9 step show this weekend

Friday, May 24th, 2013

From the Daily Barometer: Oregon State University’s National Pan-Hellenic Council, consisting of nine fraternities and sororities commonly known as the Divine 9, hosted a series of awareness and community-oriented events this week as part of its annual Greek Week titled, “Old School Flava, New School Twists.” The week’s events will conclude Saturday as members from these […]

“…Love what you are doing…” Shares OSU’s Ariko Iso

Friday, May 10th, 2013

  Oregon State’s very own, Ariko Iso, Head Athletic Football Trainer was in Eastern Oregon for the annual Japanese American Citizen League (JACL) celebration honoring 10 local high school seniors.  The event was held at the Four Rivers Cultural Center in the heart of beautiful Ontario on May 1st.  The Argus Observer newspaper reported this […]

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