OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Feature Stories

Victor Zamora’s parents accomplished what they set out to do when they hiked through the desert from Mexico. All four of their children have gone to college.

Josh Norris, director of the Adventure Leadership Institute, uses the outdoors to teach lessons in life.

Mirabelle Fernandes-Paul and her staff at the Women's Center are implementing changes to meet the diverse needs of OSU students.

Dr. Phillip Histand, OSU director of Student Health Services, has dedicated his life to serving community.

OSU Veteran Services Officer Gus Bedwell explains educational benefits to incoming student Joshua Lapiro, 23, an Army veteran.

Allison Davis-White Eyes, interim director of Intercultural Student Services, helps students pursue dreams.

As researcher of their history and caretaker of the Memorial Union treasures, Kent Sumner oversees the preservation of over 400 pieces of art and historic furniture.

Kim McAloney, a first-generation college student, discovered what books, alone, cannot teach. Through support from Student Affairs, she found that stars once beyond her grasp, were hidden inside her all along.

The personal story of best-selling author and psychiatry professor, Kay Redfield Jamison, Ph.D. reveals in vivid detail her experience as a college student struggling to perform despite suffering from a depressive episode accompanied by agitation/anxiety.