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OSU junior guard Mikayla Pivec shifts towards the left side of they key in attempt to shake BSU guard Riley Lupfer.

NCAA Tournament: No. 4 OSU Women’s Basketball corrals No. 13 Boise State in first round-overtime thriller

March 23, 2019

Oregon State Women’s Basketball held off No. 13 Boise State in an overtime battle, winning in the first round of the NCAA Division-I Tournament with a final score of 80-75 on Saturday afternoon at Gill...

Oregon running back Royce Freeman fighting his way through the OSU defense during a previous Civil War match up. 

Live Game Updates: Oregon State Football vs. Oregon

November 21, 2018

Location: Reser Stadium, Corvallis Ore.Kickoff: 1 p.m.Listen: KBVR-FM 88.7Final | OSU 15 - Oregon 55 |For the 122nd match up of the Civil War rivalry, the Oregon State Beavers (2-9) will be hosting...

Week 6

Week 6 in Review Quiz

November 2, 2018

Week 5 Review

Week 5 in Review Quiz

October 26, 2018

Homecoming

Week 4 in Review Quiz

October 19, 2018

Counseling and Psychological Services

Week 3 in Review Quiz

October 12, 2018

A protestor holds a sign aloft.

Week 2 in Review Quiz

October 5, 2018

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity is located on 26th Street. The Affiliated Housing Program allows freshmen to get exempt from living on campus and move into the fraternity and sorority chapter houses within the program.

Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life works to create positive living environments

February 26, 2018

Different from on-campus living or in an apartment, the Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life offers the opportunity for students to live in a housed chapter for a fresh experience. Oregon State University...

Avery was one of the founders of Corvallis, but was also the editor of a pro-slavery newspaper in the 1850s. Avery Lodge is the home of the Human Service Resource Center. 

Three committees will work to consider new names for four OSU buildings

February 21, 2018

Committee will include students, faculty and staffIn light of the decision to rename four buildings on the Oregon State University campus, three committees that will include students, faculty and staff...

Pet corn snake Millie wraps around its owner’s hand. 

Owning pets may cause positive mental health effects

February 5, 2018

UHDS guidelines allow service, support animals in residence halls.Pets can be a unique addition to a student’s life. Their warm presence and feeling of friendship make many enjoy the care of animals....

Cafe Yumm! offers a variety of food options from wraps to sandwiches to soups, including vegetarian options.

Best of: Quick Bites

January 16, 2018

Cafe Yumm!Just across campus on the other side of Monroe Avenue is a well-known restaurant called Cafe Yumm! The small restaurant is unique, as it sells delicious and soul-satisfying food, according to...

Director Sandra Babb conducting the OSU University Chorale at a Music a la Carte session in the Memorial Union lounge. 

Music a la Carte brings diverse music selection

January 8, 2018

The music department offers members of the community the opportunity to explore various genres of music in a convenient setting.The sound of music begins to take over the crowded concourse of the Memorial...

Meningococcal Vaccines

Meningococcal: a community reponse

November 13, 2017

OSU, Student Health Services raise awareness on disease, stress importance of receiving vaccinationDue to a recent case of meningococcal B at Oregon State University, officials and health services have...

The APCC, located on Jefferson Way, offers opportunities to engage communities. 

APCC offers community engagement, learning opportunities

September 15, 2017

In the heart of the Oregon State University campus, plants native to Asia surround one of the few buildings constructed from the ground up: the Asian Pacific Cultural Center.Located on Jefferson Street,...

Myers rehydrates, a necessity in the summer heat.

Surviving the summer heat

July 31, 2017

As temperatures rise, the heat can lead to a variety of medical issues. Dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke are all conditions that can adversely affect health, according to Connie Hume-Rodman,...

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