Those massive, monolithic intro courses — mainstays of big universities — are undergoing a metamorphosis in Corvallis.
Fans rooting for the Orange and Black live for those heart-stopping moments when sweat and pain and indomitable spirit gel in brilliance.
The first conversation between Kelly Gonzales and Professor Anna Harding went on so long the phone died.
Along a four-lane highway east of Corvallis, Oregon State University's Sinnhuber Aquatic Research Laboratory sits adjacent to rows of blueberries, hazelnut trees and hops on trellises.
If you looked in on Mike Sabo at Cascade Microtech's corporate headquarters in the Silicon Forest last summer, you couldn't have distinguished him from the firm's 20 full-fledged engineers.
Dan Preston pauses outside an ordinary-looking door in Cordley Hall. "Most people who walk by have no idea what's inside this room," the OSU biology major remarks as he turns the knob.
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