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Portland has long been known as “Beervana,” and while “Cidervana” isn’t as familiar a nickname, Portland’s hard cider industry is growing. Fast.

Kim Bonnema absolutely loves shoes. She’s made a career out of it.

Weston Miller teaches people who love food how to grow it themselves. “I love all aspects of gardening — from the research to the labor to the harvesting and most importantly, the sharing of the food,” he says. “All of it feeds me on several levels.”

The Oregon State College of Agricultural Sciences is a gold sponsor of this year’s Feast Portland, the flagship food and drink festival of the Pacific Northwest.

Patty Newth refused to leave Italy without getting two things. The first was a pair of beautiful Italian boots; the second: cooking lessons.

Oregon State University’s College of Public Health and Human Sciences was granted accreditation, making it the first school of public health in Oregon to earn that recognition.

During this season of pomp, circumstance and commencements, Portland was recently the location for students searching for something beyond a diploma.

Oregon State senior Nick Rulli is taking full advantage in his final year as a Beaver.

Oregon State University’s 2014 commencement ceremony will take place on Saturday, June 14 at 10:30 a.m. in Reser Stadium.

Brian Ragel, BS '91, operates on peoples’ brains and spines three times a week at Oregon Health and Science University.

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