April 26th, 2016

Pride in our communities

Oregon State takes pride in being an LGBTQ+ friendly campus. Ranked by Great Value Colleges as the No. 12 LGBTQ+ friendly school and by College […]


April 25th, 2016

Mr. Larios! Mr. Larios!

On a chilly January morning, in the hour or so before classes start at Salem’s Waldo Middle School, children arrive on foot or on bikes […]


April 13th, 2016

Health and well-being for all

Oregon State University supports wellness across the lifespan through leading programs in pharmacy, public health, science and veterinary medicine.

and only accredited college of public health […]


April 5th, 2016

Finding passion for graphic design

Lauren Salgado absent-mindedly checked for email on her phone last summer during a break from her job at Marketplace West. What she found was the […]


March 14th, 2016

Let’s dance

Beaver Nation, we are going to The Big Dance.
For the first time since 1984 — and only the second time in Oregon State history — […]


February 26th, 2016

Eye for detail

Auna Godinez’s eyes dance around the coffee shop in the Valley Library until they fall on a wooden cart that holds chips and other snacks. […]

A Native perspective

January 29th, 2016

A Native perspective

Samantha Chisholm Hatfield grew up learning the traditions and rituals of her culture — particularly the food.
A member of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians […]

Jeannie Sullivan: fearless leader

December 30th, 2015

Jeannie Sullivan: fearless leader

“If there’s something you want to do, just go out there and do it.”
It’s a philosophy that brought Jeannie Sullivan to southern Oregon’s Ophir Beach […]

Representing students

December 28th, 2015

Representing students

“Well, here goes nothing,” Brett Morgan repeated to himself on his way into the boardroom for his very first meeting as the student member on […]