DCE has a broad range of multimedia content that showcases the student experience at Oregon State University. Watch the Virtual March: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2021 video — produced by students and staff affiliated with the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center. This project looks at the past and future of racial justice.
Listen to the award winning podcast Making Waves and gain new perspectives. Led by the Asian & Pacific Cultural Center at Oregon State University, conversations explore social identity, pop culture and student experiences.
To build a safer and healthier community, Oregon State University anticipates that most student events will be offered remotely this fall. Visit this page often to see what else is coming up. Looking for other ways to connect? Check out the Student Experiences & Engagement website. And don't forget that Recreational Sports has a number of engagement opportunities, from group fitness classes to personal training to Adventure Leadership Institute trainings.
Keep up to date on the Oregon State University community. The Daily Barometer will continue to publish, and other Orange Media Network publications and platforms will be creating content in the spring term.
Want to share your story? Orange Media Network has launched the Share Your Stories campaign, where any student can submit stories and articles for potential publication.
Laughter reduces stress and improves health. Keep up that emotional well-being and join fellow OSU students through exercise and experience intentional laughter. Students, family, friends, pets are all welcome! Check out the dates and times on this event page and RSVP.
Let's get crafty! Pick up art kits, take a weekly art class and learn the basics, or pick up a new skill in embroidery or sewing. The Craft Center would also love for you to share photos of your recent art and craft projects for a social media showcase!
Oregon State University has over 400 clubs and organizations! Looking to boost your app development skills? Join the App Development Club and learn how to develop and publish apps. Interested in learning to farm organically? Join the Organic Growers Club a volunteer student-run organic farm that provides students with experience in growing and marketing plants. Want to get active? Join the Dodgeball Club and have fun competing at tournaments around the Pacific Northwest.
Don't see anything you like? You can fill out an application and create a new organization.