Tablet-friendly, flip-page version Read the current issue of the Oregon Stater in a digital, tablet-friendly version with many new features, viewable on an iPad and many other platforms. The latest version allows zooming up to 400%, searching, sharing via email and social media such as Facebook, and downloading an optimized PDF of the entire magazine. Most links in the digital publication are live and can be clicked and followed. Fall inserts Not all recipients of the print Stater receive these inserts, but they're available to everyone here in electronic form: FOCUS: COLLEGE OF FORESTRY • Flip-page, tablet-friendly version • PDF version LEADING EDGE: COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS • Flip-page, tablet-friendly version • PDF version MOMENTUM: COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING • Flip-page, tablet-friendly version • PDF version SYNERGIES: COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH & HUMAN SCIENCES • Flip-page, tablet-friendly version • PDF versionPDFs to download: Cover story A family in bloom Beavers and smiles abound at Oregon's tulip headquarters. More features & news 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: 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. 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 in the Stater A sampling of OSU's award-winning research magazine becomes a regular feature in the Stater. 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. 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? Sports Mannion's roots; Jacoby gives a million; women make the tourney while the men get a new coach; some perspective on both hoops coaches. Alumni association news Director's list of lessons; events calendar; new staff and board; goodbye to a friend; a scrapbook of fun. Campaign news Celebrating success; a gift from INTO; new trustees. Class Notes A much-awarded alumnus helps out in Paris; Beavers to remember; two alumni profiles; Pop Quiz answers (no cheating)Support the Oregon Stater Give through The Campaign for OSU Read a letter from the editor Advertise It's a great way to support OSU and build your business by reaching 194,000 Beavers in more than 162,000 households. Contact: Ben Danley OSUAA business development director 204 CH2M HILL Alumni Center Corvallis, OR 97331-6303 Call 541-737-2755 email@example.com Stater archives Archives of the Oregon Stater are available from April 2000 on. Alas, they include only excerpts of each magazine until the April 2006 issue; from then on they are full PDF versions of the magazine as published. See the archives by clicking here. Get the Stater OSU alumni and non-alumni members of the OSU Alumni Association get one free copy per household delivered by mail. Please support the Stater by joining the OSUAA. We need your correct address to make sure you get your magazine, make sure your profile is up to date at www.osualum.com/address. About the Stater Founded in 1915 by OSU alumnus E.B. Lemon, the Oregon Stater is published by the OSU Alumni Association three times a year (Fall, Winter, Spring) and distributed to all alumni households, and non-alumni members of the association.