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    Welcome Future OSU Beavers!

    Posted September 14th, 2010 by staff

    As fall term approaches, the Oregon State University campus has begun to fill up with students – throwing frisbees on the quad, hitting the library in preparation for classes, and spending time with friends. However, in Phoenix, Arizona, a hopeful group of future OSU students are well into their school year.  Marisa Egley’s sixth grade […]

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    Junior Beavers Across the Country

    Posted April 27th, 2010 by staff

    On Friday’s at  Stevens Elementary School in Aberdeen, Washington you’ll find a class full of busy beavers – OSU Beaver Fans, that is.  Natalie Duffy’s second graders “adopted” Oregon State University as part of the “No Excuses University” program that encourages a college-going culture even at a young age.  Decorated with orange-and-black goodies provided by […]

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    Little Beavers Hit It Big

    Posted December 4th, 2009 by admin

    Irresistible photos of first graders from Cielo Vista Elementary in California decked out in orange and black holding OSU signs have been circulating around the OSU news circuit. One of four classrooms adopted by Precollege Programs coordinator Ellen Ford, the photos and letters sent to her became an instant sensation: they were featured in the […]

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