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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 […]

Journey through Polynesia – OSU’s Hui O Hawaii 58th annual Luau

Monday, April 29th, 2013

Oregon State University’s Hui O Hawaii hosted their 58th annual Luau on Saturday, April 27th at Gill Coliseum to an enthusiastic crowd. Onlookers had a chance to watch performances by the group Spawnbreezie and observe 16 cultural dances which included an amazing fire dance routine. Each participant enjoyed a feast prepared by the Polynesian Cultural […]

A Night in New Orleans – OSU’s 12th Annual Divine Nine Step Show

Tuesday, May 29th, 2012

  This past Saturday, May 26th, Oregon State University’s Black Student Union hosted the 10th Annual Divine Step Show. Attendees got to experience a live Jazz band, psychic palm reading, jambalaya and much more to feel like they were in New Orleans. With comedian Nate Jackson as the host, step teams from the Pacific Northwest […]

Asian & Pacific American Heritage Month

Tuesday, May 15th, 2012

May marks the month to celebrate Asian and Pacific American heritage. Events so far have included the 5th Annual Luau and workshops on Racial Identity Development and Pacific Island Culture. There are still many great activities to attend throughout the rest of May, so be sure to check out the calendar of event (click calendar […]

Hui ‘O Hawaii’s 57th Annual Lu‘au

Wednesday, May 9th, 2012

Hui O Hawaii and the Polynesian Culture Club hosted the 57th annual lu‘au this past Saturday, May 5th. The lu‘au is the main event the clubs put on every year, entertaining 800-1000 guests from across the nation. A traditional Hawaiian dinner was served along with a student organized show consisting of the different types of […]

Pride Week 2012: Dimensions of OSU

Tuesday, May 8th, 2012

The Rainbow Continuum is proud to present the 2012 Pride Week, Dimensions of OSU.  They have scheduled almost 30 events happening this week, Sunday May 6th through Friday May 11th.  Some of this week’s events include a kick off dinner and vigil, a BBQ, sessions, movie screenings and a student ran drag show.  You can […]

OSU Hosts 11th African American Youth Leadership Conference

Friday, April 13th, 2012

Oregon State University hosted the 11th Annual African American Youth Leadership Conference – and what a successful day it was! High school students from the Salem-Keizer School District were in attendance and heard from speakers, attended a variety of workshops and got to enjoy special entertainment during lunch from members of OSU’s African American Greek Life […]

Campus Will be Closed on Friday, January 20th

Thursday, January 19th, 2012

Oregon State University’s main campus will be closed on Friday, January 20 due to continued flooding, road closures, and possible additional dangerous conditions as rivers and creeks crest during the next 12 to 24 hours.  We apologies for the inconvenience and please travel safely. For updated information as it becomes available, phone 541-737-8000 or visit […]

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