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Oregon State University art professor Shelley Jordon is spending a month in Jerusalem as part of a pilot program designed to inspire participating artists with that city’s culture while they leave their own mark on the ancient city.
Oregon State University art professor Shelley Jordon will join notable Americans including Jonathan Safran Foer and Joshua Sirefman as fellows at the pilot program for the American Academy in Jerusalem this summer.
At Oregon State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, about two or three students per class are of Hispanic background, says Susan Tornquist, associate dean of the college.
OSU’s Steve Smith talks about a trip to Cambodia and a project to bring safe water to residents.
The Power Up Challengers faced off in a cooking competition Wednesday.
As a youngster growing up in Oregon, R. Gregory Nokes never read anything in history books about the mass murder of Chinese miners in the state. There was no footnote about a massacre in his textbooks, no mention of one by his history teachers. After retiring in 2003, Nokes, 72, whose long resume includes years of traveling the world as an Associated Press correspondent covering the State Department, began working on a book about the massacre. “Massacred for Gold: The Chinese in Hells Canyon” was published last fall by Oregon State University Press.