January 29th, 2010
On Feb. 3 and 4 OSU will house a unique conference based on the pursuit of social justice in our community and the world.
More than 350 boxes full of donations for Haiti were piled up outside of Gill Coliseum Wednesday as volunteers loaded them onto a 48-foot truck […]
Two international leaders in the role of micronutrients in health promotion and disease prevention, and the function of small RNA in genetic regulation today were […]
The Dana Reason Trio, featuring OSU music instructor Dana Reason, performs this Saturday, Jan. 30, 7 p.m., at the First Congregational Church in Corvallis, 4515 […]
Dan Cox, a professor of coastal and ocean engineering at OSU and previous director of the Hinsdale Wave Research Laboratory, is beginning a new, national […]
Oregon State University students Adam Aguilar and Kasra Azizian aren’t the type to send a thank you card and leave it at that. They are […]
Monday was a holiday for the campus community, but hundreds of students, staff, faculty and community members turned up early at OSU for the annual […]
At Oregon State University, students, faculty and staff now have an opportunity to make cash donations through the Memorial Union that will go directly to […]
Yvenson Bernard, former OSU running back whose family hails from Haiti, has reached out to former colleagues and friends to gather donations for his home […]
Two OSU sophomores are making their way through Africa to raise awareness for charities.
Two nationally prominent speakers, who have appeared in many debates across the country on the subject of gay marriage, will present divergent points of view […]
The Power Up Challenge is looking for participants.
Hollie Pitts, an analyst planner with the Department of Budgets and Fiscal Planning, was honored with the university’s “Our Heroes” Award on Jan. 8.
Larry Lung-Kee Chen, a professor for 23 years in the OSU Department of Mathematics and award-winning teacher, died on Jan. 3.