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Fall inserts

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Focus cover
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Leading Edge cover
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Momentum cover
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Synergies cover
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Cover story

Fall 2014 cover
A family in bloom
Beavers and smiles abound at Oregon's tulip headquarters.

More features & news
runner along coast

In for the long run
Two brothers set out to run all over Oregon, drawing attention to healthy living and to the historic national accreditation of the College of Public Health and Human Sciences.

Ed Said
Ed said: Vision for marine studies broad, ambitious and exciting
With an ambitious new building planned for the Hatfield center, a game-changing idea would bring the university's international excellence in coastal and ocean research closer to the heart of the undergraduate curriculum in Newport, Corvallis and beyond.

S B-C talking with students
Initiative aims to help first-year students succeed
Susie Brubaker-Cole wants nothing to do with average when it comes to the success rate for first-year students at OSU.

Commencement 2014
Captured in photographs: Another record-breaking class heads off to make the world a better place.

Terra spread
Terra in the Stater
A sampling of OSU's award-winning research magazine becomes a regular feature in the Stater.

Homecoming info
Front section - letters, campus news, etc.
From Where I Sit: Collaboration now! - plus Homecoming info, new dorm named after diversity pioneer, campus news, letters to the editor, Beaver brag points, Book Notes, Pop Quiz, etc.

Bruce in the stacks
Back in the Day: Bruce waits
Ever wonder what happened to old Bruce the moose, from the Horner Museum, which for decades was in the basement of Gill Coliseum?

Sean Mannion
Mannion's roots; Jacoby gives a million; women make the tourney while the men get a new coach; some perspective on both hoops coaches.

Kathy Bickel column and board story

Alumni association news
Director's list of lessons; events calendar; new staff and board; goodbye to a friend; a scrapbook of fun.

Campaign for SU

Campaign news
Celebrating success; a gift from INTO; new trustees.

Class Notes
Class Notes
A much-awarded alumnus helps out in Paris; Beavers to remember; two alumni profiles; Pop Quiz answers (no cheating)
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