Volunteers helped beautify Martin Luther King Jr. Park during the MLK Day of Service.
Students in residence halls across campus are gearing up for the annual Inter-Hall Challenge.
Sea Grant scholar Eva Lipiec prepares for future disasters in the face of a changing climate. (Photo: Dylan McDowell)
Benny Kuo is an intern at OSU's Advantage Accelerator program, where he provides market research to community entrepreneurs.
Oregon State Ecampus student Kathryn Cowsert launched her own business that provides job services to individuals with barriers to their employment.
Eric Vela is a student in the Oregon State Ecampus MBA program, which he pursued to gain business and leadership skills. Vela is a multimillion dollar manager of a program that aims to create an HIV vaccine.
Beavers Give a Dam offers bystander intervention and sexual violence prevention trainings for students.
Ryan Barrett, who found yoga while recovering from a knee injury, believes that everyone has something to gain by doing yoga.
Alyssa Lillybridge is passionate about sustainability and brings that passion into her work at Marketplace West Dining Center.
Mayela Delatorre, an OSU graduate, will join the Department of Homeland Security where she will work to enhance diversity and social justice.
Abdullah Al Ghunduf and Grant-Michael Huber became friends through INTO OSU's Cultural Ambassador Conversant Program.
The 2016 commencement ceremony will take place on June 11 and feature Juan Felipe Herrera, a prominent voice on Hispanic and Latino American issues.
Teague Teece has held over eight different leadership positions on campus and been involved in about a dozen different student organizations and campus departments.
Andrew Brewington participated in an Alternative Spring Break in Yakima, Washington.
The PROMISE internship program provides students hands-on learning experiences in professional work environments.
May is Asian & Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and events will be occurring throughout the month for students to participate in.
Lauren Salgado is nurturing her love of graphic design through a position at MU 204, the Memorial Union's graphic design studio.
Holocaust Memorial Week will feature events exploring genocide, resistance and forgiveness.
The month of April is dedicated to building support and awareness around the realities of sexual violence, and creating safer spaces for survivors.
Mentors and OSU programming, including numerous hands-on opportunities through the College of Forestry, helped Auna Godinez find a career path that supports her love of working with wood.
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