Authors Ponteri, Serber to read at OSU on Jan. 17

Authors Jay Ponteri and Natalie Serber will read from their most recent books at Oregon State University on Friday, Jan. 17, beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the Valley Library rotunda.

Postponed OSU play to be performed in January

The University Theatre production of “The King of Spain’s Daughter," postponed in December because of a snowstorm, will resume showing beginning Jan. 17.

OSU students will be part of global initiative created by President Clinton

Oregon State University has become a member institution of the Clinton Global Initiative University, an organization launched by President Bill Clinton to bring together student leaders from around the world.

Traber honored for research on vitamin E

Maret Traber, a professor in the College of Public Health and Human Sciences at Oregon State University, and principal investigator in the Linus Pauling Institute, has received an international honor for her work on vitamin E.

Shakespeare's "Comedy of Errors" opens at OSU on Aug. 8

Oregon State University Theatre’s popular Bard in the Quad series is back for its eighth summer of Shakespearean fare, with this year’s production showcasing the popular farce of mistaken identity and coincidence, “Comedy of Errors.”

On-campus students donate 13 tons to local nonprofits during move-out

Oregon State University students who moved out of residence halls late this spring donated 25, 979 pounds of items to Campus Recycling during the annual Resident Hall Move-out Donation Drive.

Dancing with the OSU Stars returns to campus

Oregon State University will thump with the pulsing beat of the rumba and swing with the fast pace of the paso doble on May 30, when Dancing with the OSU Stars returns to LaSells Stewart Center