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Bard in the Quad at OSU to present ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’

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Jul 19, 2016
Oregon State University’s popular Bard in the Quad program returns for its 11th season in August with a production of Shakespeare’s witty and romantic, 'Love’s Labour’s Lost.'… Read full story.
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OSU adaptation of free biology textbook may annually save students $100K

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Jul 18, 2016
OSU is increasing its efforts to make college more affordable for its students, particularly through the use of free, open access, online textbooks and other materials.… Read full story.
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High school summer experience designed to increase veterinary diversity

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Jul 15, 2016
The OSU College of Veterinary Medicine is offering a summer veterinary experience to academically talented, low-income, and minority high school students.… Read full story.
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OSU researchers fix calculation error in study on fracking and human health

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Jul 15, 2016
A 2015 Oregon State University study that linked natural-gas fracking to increased air pollution and heightened health risks has been corrected by its authors.… Read full story.

Portland Highlights

Pat Wolfe ('74, Accounting) has always looked back fondly on his years at OSU and particularly the time spent marching in the OSU band and playing in the basketball pep band. Even though these days he spend more time at his financial and investment management roles, he found he just couldn't give up his trumpet. In 1984 Pat became a charter member of the One More Time Around Marching Band, made up of former high school, college and military marching band members who, like Pat, just want to keep on playing, and marching. The band has played everywhere from the Portland Rose Festival Grand Floral Parade to the Tournament of Roses Parade in Pasadena, CA. And Pat's not the only Beaver in the band. Brad Townsend, OSU Director of Athletic Bands, is in his first year as the Director of the OMTAAMB. He follows in the footsteps of Mary Bengle, also an OSU alum, who directed the band along with her husband, Jay for the past 20 years. The band's first director and co-founder was Bill Chisholm, OSU Class of 1972, who directed the band for its first several years. Even though the band is open to anyone with a minimum of high school experience, it is plain to see that OSU has been a driving force in a band that has provided joy to many people for these past 28 years. 

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