OSU class on Occupy Wall Street explores the philosophy, history behind the movement

A new class offered this term at Oregon State University puts the Occupy Wall Street movement into a broader context of social movements, historical events and philosophical ideas.

Child support forgiveness programs can be effective in reducing debt

Getting something is better than nothing. That’s the aim of a pilot program that allows parents with large child support debts to reduce their overall debt if they pay back at least some of what they owe in child support.

Chris Anderson to read from poetry collection on Dec. 2

Oregon State University faculty member Chris Anderson will read from his newly-released poetry collection “The Next Thing Always Belongs,” on Friday, Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Journey Room of the Memorial Union; a book signing follows.