OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Feature Stories

Leadership liaisons serving at Oregon State's cultural resource centers gain valuable professional experience while promoting diversity and social justice

Oregon State University worked with the city of Corvallis to present Be Bright! Be Seen!, an annual event that encourages biker and pedestrian safety

Oregon State University community members performed nearly 300 hours of service on Make a Difference Day

As published in the Fall 2014 issue of the Oregon Stater, by Kevin Miller

Brubaker-Cole assumes leadership for the OSU Division of Student Affairs

“It’s Like Your Mind Was Placed in Someone Else”

First-Year Program offers support to students in alcohol and drug recovery

After 30 years at OSU, her eyes are set on simplicity

Her parents knew that education was worth risking their lives

Art helps Juliana Recio survive Post-Polio Syndrome