August 3rd, 2015

Studying social sounds

The humpback whale is famous for its complex, beautiful songs, and while many scientists — including several at Oregon State University — study this behavior, […]


July 14th, 2015

Carpooling fosters community

Sleepy eyes watch telephone wires dip and fall along Interstate 5 southbound. As the sun rises through the fog, the minivan passes evergreen trees, homes […]


June 11th, 2015

Ryan Mason: Drawing on experience

Huddled in a corner of the Valley Library, Ryan Mason goes unnoticed as he scribbles furiously on his Wacom tablet. Thousands of Oregon State students […]


June 9th, 2015

Mohamed Shaker: The importance of history

Mohamed Shaker is both an international student and an Oregonian. Between being born in Singapore and graduating from high school in the United Arab Emirates, […]


June 8th, 2015

Marissa Solini: The art of learning

Marissa Solini is a conceptual artist who has spent the last several years honing her craft while studying applied visual arts in the College of […]


June 4th, 2015

Dawn Phillips: Nourishing health

Dawn Phillips struggled academically before transferring to Oregon State University. She knew the program she’d chosen — Nutrition and Dietetics in the College of Public […]


June 2nd, 2015

Suesann Abdelrasul: All in the family

For an anthropology class benefit event, College of Business student Suesann Abdelrasul had carved time out of her jam-packed schedule to arrange for food and […]