Spring 2018 Oregon Stater

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Business Matters cover
Business Matters: College of Business
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Building in Portland
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Focus cover cover
Focus: College of Forestry
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Staying on the cutting edge
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Impact cover
Impact: College of Science
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Land and Sun issue
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Leading Edge cover
The Leading Edge: College of Liberal Arts
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CLA's worldwide reach
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Momentum cover
Momentum: College of Engineering
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Clean water solutions
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Synergies cover
Synergies: College of Public Health and Human Sciences
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When grief turns to hope
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Cover story

Little girl at exhibit
Celebrating our history
OSU shows off a bit at the Oregon Historical Society.
Exhibit images

Also featured:

Dance in MU basement
Hey everybody, let's have a dance: Old-school formal succeeds beyond expectations.

table of contents
Front section: Contents | Editor's mom made him do it | Letters

Ed Said
Ed Said: Higher ed must get better at sharing its success stories.

Gift announcement
Meet the Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine: Gift to benefit animals, including humans, as it transforms college.

What do you know? Think you know what happens in OSU's veterinary program? Try this quiz.

From u-pick raspberries to Botswanan libraries: The unpredictable journey of Bob and Sara Rothschild.

Archive images
Reflections on OSU: OSU's chief archivist selects some favorites

Looking back
Looking Back: Familiar scenes where history echoes
Popular paper and Lord Birthday
More news: Researchers' letter reaches around the world | Lord Birthday is a biz prof

awards and books
More news: Alumni and friends honored Beaver brags | In print | Gift of music | New building in Newport | Treasured tales | Cascades gets state bonds | Students seeks openness | Oscar winner to address grads | Ecampus goes the distance for birthing advocate | Careers column | Poet-in-residence

Association news: Director to retire

Coach Smith
Sports: He's back and eager to go | A baseball team's frustrating but powerful legacy | #DamWorthIt.

Back section
Of note: New life members | Passings | Published | Notes | Alumni profiles