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COVER STORY: A TALE OF TWO CULTURES
Two personal narratives that
divided Eder Mondragón Quiroz came together at OSU, changing his and many other lives.
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ALUMNI GROUP TRAVEL
FOCUS: COLLEGE OF FORESTRY
MOMENTUM: COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
SYNERGIES: COLLEGE OF PUBLIC HEALTH AND HUMAN SCIENCES
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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.
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LETTERS, ED SAID, CAMPUS NEWS
Beavers happily bobbing in the Dead Sea; Alumna general to speak at Commencement; OSU's president is a travelin' man.
OPINION: BEAVERS' BOLD NEW LOOK
Athletics rolls out a new Beaver logo and new uniforms combining tradition and innovation.
CLA GETS GIFT OF HIGHER EXPECTATIONS
A history-making gift and increasing momentum in the arts have leaders thinking big, bold thoughts.
ENGINEERS WITHOUT BORDERS BRING WATER TO VILLAGE
Engineers Without Borders, OSU-style, builds on a growing tradition of service-based learning.
GIVING BACK: MATCHING GIFTS MULTIPLY PHILANTHROPY
Givers keep up the good work; your company might be willing to help you help OSU.
ASSOCIATION NEWS: ALUMNI RECOGNIZED; EVENTS CALENDAR; DAY OF SERVICE NEARS
Happy birthday to us; Day of Service approaches; calendar packed with events.
BACK IN THE DAY: BUSINESS HAD TO SURVIVE BEFORE IT COULD THRIVE
As its new home, Austin Hall, rises, we recall how the College of Business escaped purgatory.
SPORTS: FOCUS ON STUDIES
Football team practices what it learned; Student Success Center bustles; new track is reality.
New life members; docs on a mission; a well-appreciated liberal arts education.