Today in the News Media

Today in the News Media is a synopsis of some of the most prominent coverage of OSU people and programs. Inclusion of any item constitutes neither an endorsement nor a critique, but rather is intended only to make the OSU community aware of significant items in the media. For more about this section, see:

Ballot fiasco delays results in Oregon, vote-by-mail pioneer (Kansas City Star)

Christopher Stout, an associate professor of political science at Oregon State University, said he wouldn't be surprised to see legislation to change that. “I think all of these problems, of course, are bad in the short term," he said. "But in the long term, they’ll lead to improvements, because people will see that those things are problems and they’ll find ways to make it better.”

Do Republicans have a chance in governor's race? 'Yes,' says OSU professor (KMTR)

All eyes may be on Oregon come November. "It’s very likely there’s going to be a lot of interest in the state of Oregon," says Christopher McKnight Nichols, the director of OSU’s Center for Humanities. (see also AP)


Reeling from suicides, college athletes press NCAA: 'This is a crisis' (Washington Post)

At least four more NCAA athletes have died by suicide in the two months since Meyer’s death, three of them young women. Intile, who now runs for Oregon State, said the fear has only grown.  “It’s a constant worry you have in your life, on top of everything else,” Intile said. “This could happen to me; this could happen to my teammates. My parents are worrying about me. It’s this vicious, anxious spiral of ‘Where is everyone at?’ and ‘If someone’s not okay, what do I even do?’"

Is Taiwan learning to co-exist with COVID? (DW) 

Chunhuei Chi, director of the Center for Global Health at Oregon State University and a former adviser to the National Health Insurance Administration in Taiwan, said Taiwan "is not ready to face an outbreak at this level."

OSU study shows major gaps in marine protection (Corvallis Advocate)

More than 98% of U.S. waters outside the central Pacific Ocean are not part of a marine protected area, and the ones that are tend toward “lightly” or “minimally” protected from damaging human activity, research led by Oregon State University shows. 

Corvallis-OSU Symphony Orchestra to play spring concert (Democrat-Herald)

The Corvallis-Oregon State University Symphony Orchestra will give its spring concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 24, at LaSells Stewart Center, 875 SW 26th St. in Corvallis.

Today's photos

Morning splendor: Abril Uribe, a political science major, says, “I love the colors on campus early in the morning, and I just wanted to share it.” We are accepting photo submissions at [email protected].

Timely Teaching Tips: Motivation can be particularly challenging for students late in the term. Looking for ways to help your students finish in a positive way? Anika Lautenbach, coordinator of Academic Coaching and Strategist Programs at the Academic Success Center, provides specific strategies for conversations about motivation as well as motivation tools you can share with students.


OSU Days of Service May 11-21: Be a part of OSU’s annual service event from May 11-21. There are countless ways to get involved with a group or on your own. Find an existing project or become a site leader, then experience the rewards of doing work that benefits your community and yourself. Plus, join us in person for the big finale May 21. Choose how you’ll volunteer with Beavers:

NASA Space Grant student symposium: Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium is hosting its Spring 2022 Student Symposium on May 20, beginning at 9 a.m. The symposium will be hosted at The LaSells Stewart Center and virtually. The public is invited to attend, view the student posters and watch the student presentations. This year’s keynote speaker is Ali Guarneros Luna, aerospace and system engineer. To attend the symposium virtually:

CoSCIES 2022 Education Research Showcase Extravaganza: Interested in learning about the science of teaching and learning? Join us May 20 from 9 a.m. to noon in the MU Journey Room (104) to learn about the scholarship of teaching and learning and education research in OSU’s College of Science. Watch to be inspired to attend. Learn more, sign up to present a poster or register here.  

2022 University Distinguished Professor Lecture featuring Michael Freitag: Join us for a lecture with OSU’s 2022 University Distinguished Professor of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Michael Freitag. Freitag’s lecture titled, "Epigenetics: I Know It When I See It" will be held May 20 at 9 a.m. in the MU Horizon Room, followed by a Q&A moderated by Roy Haggerty, dean of the College of Science. Advanced registration and in-person attendance are encouraged. The lecture will be live-streamed via during the event.

Honors College Thesis Research Conference: Explore the diversity of Honors College research and engage with honors students on May 19-20. Come listen to students give lightning talks in LInC 228 May 20, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. A selection of students will display research posters in LInC hallways from 1-3 p.m. on May 20.

2022 University Distinguished Professor Lecture featuring Brent Steel: Join us for a lecture with OSU’s 2022 University Distinguished Professor of Public Policy, Brent Steel. Steel’s lecture titled, "The Democracy and Technocracy Quandary: Science, Scientists, and the Policy Process" will be held May 20 at 11 a.m. in the MU Horizon Room, followed by a Q&A moderated by Larry Rodgers, dean of the College of Liberal Arts. Advancedd registration and in-person attendance are encouraged. The lecture will be live-streamed via during the event.

FST Farm 2 Fork Webinar: “Reducing Waste in Food and Packaging: Current Programs at the Oregon DEQ.” Would you like to learn about reducing waste in food and packaging? Join us Friday, May 20, noon to 12:45 p.m. Register today.

Hattie Redmond Women & Gender Center Awards Celebration: Join the HRWGC as we celebrate the 2022 recipients of our Student Leader, AYA and Women of Achievement awards. We will also be recognizing graduating student staff. May 20, noon at the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center. You may also join via Zoom. Register at:

Meat Center: The Clark Meat Science Center retail store will be open Friday from noon to 6 p.m. Products include fresh and cooked/smoked sausages, bacon, retail cuts, jerky, snack sticks, and Beaver Classic cheese. The store is at 3260 SW Campus Way, next to the Motor Pool. Contact [email protected] for questions regarding the store.

OSUsed Store Public Sales: The OSUsed Store carries furniture, computers, household items, office supplies and more, at 644 SW 13th St. Public sales are open to all shoppers on Friday, noon to 3 p.m.; details here. Staff may shop for their department Mondays through Thursdays, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; details here.

Music à la Carte: Frontier Family Feud. A musical based on the relationship between suffragist Abigail Scott Dunway and her brother, Oregonian Editor Harvey Scott. Music, lyrics and book by Jason Heald. Staring Donna Spiser as Abigail, OSU music instructor Kevin Helppie as Harvey. With Debra Gaddis, pianist. Friday, May 20 at noon in the Memorial Union Lounge. Livestream also available at

CTL Sparkshop: "Using Rubrics to Support and Assess Student Learning: Best Practices." Do you want to know how to use rubrics to support transparency in assessments and enhance student learning? Join Funmi Amobi and Weiwei Zhang for an informative discussion on how to help students understand the expectations for successful performance, how their current work relates to the expectations and what they must do to close the gaps. May 20, noon. Registration required:

FYI Friday – Go Phish: How to spot email scams. Phishing is one of the easiest ways for cyber criminals to use email to solicit your personal information — by sending urgent, high-pressure, or "too good to be true" offers — and posing as a trustworthy person or organization. Join us to learn more about how to spot a phish, and what to do about it. All OSU employees and students are welcome to attend. Part of the Spring 2022 FYI Friday series; Friday May 20, 1-1:30 p.m. via Zoom. Registration required.

2022 University Distinguished Professor Lecture featuring Kathryn Higley: Join us for a lecture with OSU’s 2022 University Distinguished Professor of Nuclear Science and Engineering, Kathryn Higley. Higley’s lecture titled, "Bugs, Bunnies, and Bombs: Radioecology's Role in Radiation Protection" will be held May 20 at 1 p.m. in the MU Horizon Room, followed by a Q&A moderated by Belinda Batten, executive associate dean of the College of Engineering. Advanced registration and in-person attendance are encouraged. The lecture will be live-streamed via during the event.

WIC Workshop: 36% of OSU undergraduates transfer here, bringing with them identities, strengths and needs that differ from those of the non-transfer population. On Friday, May 20 at 2 p.m. via Zoom, OSU Transfer Transitions Coordinator Erin Bird will discuss our growing transfer population, with the goal of helping faculty better support transfer students in the classroom. Register here.

Board of Trustees: The Oregon State University Board of Trustees will meet at 2 p.m. Friday, May 20 to consider candidates to be interviewed as finalists to serve as OSU’s next president. Candidates selected will be invited to participate in open forums with the university community on May 23 and May 24. The meeting will begin with an executive session held remotely; trustees will discuss initial due diligence findings regarding candidates being considered to be invited to visit OSU. Following the executive session, the board will meet remotely in public session at 2:45 p.m. to announce the names of finalist candidates and the schedule of candidate forums, and vote on whether to reimburse candidate travel expenses. The executive sessions are being held in keeping with Oregon law – ORS 192.660(2)(a) that allows a public body to meet in executive session to consider the employment of a public officer, employee, staff member or individual agent. 

Baccalaureate Core Reform: The Faculty Senate has been engaged in a multi-year process to review and reform our 30-year-old Baccalaureate Core curriculum. There will be a Special Faculty Senate Session on May 20 from 3-5 p.m. in Linc 100 or on Zoom for Senators and OSU community members to come and ask questions and engage in conversation. The curriculum will be presented to the Senate for a vote on June 9. Read about the Reform and visit our website. To request a Zoom link, visit the Faculty Senate website or complete the request form. For questions, contact the director of the Baccalaureate Core, McKenzie Huber.

Applied Economics Seminar: Prof. Ed Rubin from the University of Oregon will present "Power Plants, Air Pollution, and Regulatory Rebound,” May 20 from 3:30-5 p.m. In person in Ballard Extension Hall Room 219 (also available via Zoom). Details, including dial in information, here

Low Brass Ensembles Spring Recital: Come support the OSU trombone and tuba-euphonium choirs in their final performance of the school year, directed by Carson Keeble, Isaac Andrew and JáTtik Clark. Friday, May 20 at 5 p.m. in Community Hall room 202. Free, open to all. Limited seating.


Athletics Surplus Sale: Saturday, May 21, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Merritt Truax Indoor Center. Items for purchase will include apparel, uniforms, footwear, memorabilia and even large inflatables, on a first-come, first-serve basis. Sponsored by OSU Athletics and Surplus Property. More details here.

Beaver Classic Cheese: Beaver Classic is back. Come see our new food truck at Farmer’s Market on the waterfront in downtown Corvallis. 9 a.m.-1 p.m.  You can’t miss us…we’re orange.  We will be featuring Beaver Classic products…our many cheeses, honey and beef jerky. We are now serving ice cream, milkshakes, and grilled cheese, too. 

NEW! Every Beaver can be a leader: Students are invited to participate in a day-long immersive leadership summit for a fun and interactive day of leadership exploration and action planning. Explore your leadership abilities through engaging workshops and team-building activities. To help create sustainable change at OSU, please join ASOSU on May 22 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. in the MU Horizon room. Light breakfast and lunch will be provided to registered participants. Register here


NEW! ​​Multicultural & NPH Greek Alumni Gathering: Be a part of your Greek chapter’s ongoing legacy at OSU. Reconnect and support current campus initiatives at the inaugural Multicultural and National Pan-Hellenic (Divine Nine) Greek Alumni Gathering at the OSU Portland Center on May 24. Register:

NEW! Corvallis-OSU Symphony Spring Concert: The 116th Season of the Corvallis-OSU Symphony concludes with Rachmaninov’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini and Mahler’s Symphony #10. Tuesday, May 24 at 7:30 p.m. at The LaSells Stewart Center. Tickets and more information at Students with valid school ID may request complimentary tickets for each concert at the Box Office one hour prior to concert. 

NEW! Disabled Students Union: Disability Etiquette Conference "Ableism in Academia." Student panel of persons with disabilities will share experiences of prejudice and advice on being an ally to our community through basic proprieties and advocacy. Thursday, May 26, 2022, 5:30-8 pm at MU 109 with live stream Zoom option. Open event. Dinner for in-person guests and raffle for all attendees. Registration and accommodations: Drive. Support. Unite.

Travel agency presentation: OSU’s contracted travel agency, CTP (Corporate Travel Planners) will be conducting a virtual presentation and training via Zoom on Wednesday May 25, from 10:30 a.m. to noon via Zoom. Register here. The presentation will be recorded. Email questions to the Travel and Expense Office at: [email protected].

Engineering Expo: June 3, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. See more than 200 student projects that use science and technology to take on some of the world’s biggest problems. Experience the depth and breadth of engineering talent and ingenuity at Oregon State University. Virtual option also available. Free and open to the public. Complete details:

10th Annual Bring Your Kids to Campus Day: The Family Resource Center is excited to announce the return of Bring Your Kids to Campus Day on Friday, June 3. The day is designed to help promote the value of a college education as well as share with our children the fun and exciting place where we are fortunate to work, study, research and teach. This year's schedule is scaled down but includes many of the fan favorites and we will be ending the day with a family BBQ in the MU Quad. For more information or to register, visit the BYKTCD website. Questions can be directed to [email protected] or 541-737-4906.

Celebration of Rebecca Johnson: Provost Edward Feser invites the Oregon State University community to a celebration in honor of Interim President Rebecca Johnson, who has served as colleague, mentor and friend to many during her more than 30-year career at the university. Please join us as we thank and honor Becky for her extraordinary leadership and service. June 9, 1:30-2:45 p.m., Student Experience Center Plaza. Program at 2:15 p.m. All are welcome.

Lectures, Workshops, Webinars

NEW! M.F. defense, Karle Wigginton: Karle Wigginton will present his project titled, “Supplemental Documentation for the John Deere Forestry Simulator Systems,” May 23 at 2 p.m. in 301 Peavy Forest Science Center (PFSC). Wigginton is earning his M.F. in Sustainable Forest Management with Kevin Lyons in the Department of Forest Engineering, Resources and Management. Contact the FERM Department at [email protected] with questions and/or requests for accommodation.

NEW! Center for Teaching and Learning: Do your values and desired student outcomes drive your instructional choices? This week we are highlighting four pedagogical frameworks for teaching and basics of how to implement them. For Spring, Tuesday Teaching + Tech Talks recordings allow you to pursue our Non-credit Certificate using this self-paced, asynchronous approach to encourage flexibility and self-care. Each Talk is housed on our website and has accompanying slides, resources, and contact information in a Box folder.

NEW! Department of Integrative Biology Seminar: Ellen D. Ketterson, distinguished professor, Indiana University Bloomington and Science Advisor and Founding Director, Environmental Resilience Institute, will present a seminar, "When to migrate, when to breed: Is now still the right time?" on May 23, 4 p.m. in ALS 4001. The seminar is free and open to the public. If you are unable to attend in person, it will stream on Zoom at For more information, go to

NEW! People and Nature Lunch Series: Tuesday, May 24, noon to 12:50 p.m. Betty Shen (Fisheries, Wildlife, & Conservation Sciences) presents “Species distribution model to ecosystem services: quantifying birds' functional traits.” The lecture is free and open to all. Nash Hall 032 or join online ( Sponsored by the School of Public Policy and the Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, & Conservation Sciences. More information at

Hummingbird presentation: Kara Leimberger will present her dissertation titled: “Can pollination networks withstand species loss? An examination of plant-hummingbird interactions and their responses to experimental removal of a flowering plant species.” Leimberger is earning her Ph.D in Forest Ecosystems and Society with Matt Betts. May 23, noon in PFSC 302 and on Zoom Contact the FES Department at [email protected] with questions or for accommodations for disabilities, or to access the Zoom link.

Linn and Benton County Recycling Presentation: Republic Services and OSU Materials Management are hosting a recycling presentation on May 23, 7-8 p.m. in Furman Hall 101 and on Zoom. Attendees will learn what they need to know to correctly recycle and receive a preview of changes coming to recycling in the future. Please pre-register here or address questions to Andrea Norris

Disability Etiquette Conference: Final call for disabled student panelists for next week's Disability Etiquette Conference on May 26, 5:30-8 p.m. in MU 109. This year's theme is "Ableism in Academia." Each panel volunteer will have the opportunity to share their experience pertaining to their disability. This event will be live-streamed on Zoom. Ecampus students are encouraged to get involved. For more information please email [email protected] or join or virtual bi-weekly meeting tomorrow (Wednesday at 6 p.m.)

Water Resource Engineering Ph.D. Defense: Kyle Proctor will present, “Harvesting Sunshine: A Modular Integrated Framework for Modeling the Agrivoltaic System,” on Friday, May 27 at 9 a.m. in STAG 262 or on Zoom. Proctor is advised under the guidance of major professor Ganti Murthy of Biological & Ecological Engineering. Please reach out to the department for further information or if room accommodations are needed at least a week in advance. 

Water Resource Policy & Management M.S. Defense: Josiah J. Shaver will present, “Scoring Water Stewardship at Academic Institutions: A Water Resources Management Scoring Framework for Future Sustainability, Resilience and Innovation,” on Friday, May 27, from 9-9:50 a.m. in Strand Agricultural Hall Room 113 or on Zoom. Shaver is advised under the guidance of major professor Aaron Wolf of CEOAS. Please reach out to the department for further information or if room accommodations are needed at least a week in advance.

Water Resource Science M.S. Defense: Grace Goldrich-Middaugh will present, “A new lens on historical data: Machine learning approaches for analyzing regional stream water chemistry,” on on May 31 from 2:30-4 p.m. in Bexell 415 or Zoom. Goldrich-Middaugh is advised under the guidance of major professor Pam Sullivan of CEOAS. Please reach out to the department for further information or room accommodations at least a week in advance.

Water Resource Engineering Ph.D. Defense: Casey Steadman will present, “Leveraging the food, energy, water nexus for planet resilience,” on June 1 at 11 a.m. in Kidder Hall 274 or Zoom. Steadman is advised under the guidance of major professor Chad Higgins of Biological & Ecological Engineering. Please reach out to the department for further information or Zoom link details.

Center for Teaching and Learning Fellows Program 2022 Showcase: Register now. Hear highlights from CTL Fellows in the Colleges of Agriculture, Engineering, Science and Cascades. Gain a sneak peek of the 2022-’23 "We Care About Teaching Campaign." Consider how partnering with the program can play a critical role in strengthening and innovating your college’s teaching faculty in the upcoming year. June 1, 11-11:50 a.m. Contact [email protected].

Travel Talk webcast June 1: Yellowstone with Beaver Icons. See Yellowstone National Park like never before. On June 1 at 5:30 p.m., join former National Geographic editor-in-chief Chris Johns, ’74, and OSU Ecology Professor Bill Ripple, Ph.D., ’84, to learn about the park’s history and ecology, plus preview the speakers’ forthcoming films and OSUAA Group Travel’s Yellowstone tour. Register at

Take Note

NEW! Lavender Celebration Awards: Do you know an outstanding leader in the LGBTQIA2s+ community who is graduating in 2022? If so, please consider nominating them for a Lavender Celebration Award. You can choose from the SOL: LGBTQ+ Multicultural Support Network Sunshine Award; the Marilyn Gorski Award for Excellence, Integrity, and Outstanding Contributions to OSU; or the SOL & Pride Distinguished Alumni Award. Visit to learn more and fill out a nomination. Due Sunday, June 6.

Apply for a grant to make student learning more affordable: OSU's Open Educational Resources Unit is accepting proposals for the Affordable Learning Grant before the June 1 deadline. The grant provides funding to adopt, adapt or author an open educational resource, such as a textbook. An open textbook is one that is published under an open copyright license and is made freely available online for students, faculty and the public. All funding is a department-to-department transfer. Please talk to your department head about how this applies to the grant. Questions? Contact Stefanie Buck. 

Sigma Alpha raffle: Oregon Agriculture in the Classroom is an organization that helps Oregon K-12 schools incorporate agriculture-related activities into their curriculums to inform students about ag. We are raffling off a Yeti cooler as well as other fun things. The raffle will be on May 31 and tickets are one for $5 or three for $12. Our Venmo is: Sigma-Alpha-Xi-Chapter (please include your full name and phone number with your payment). 

OMN student journalists receive statewide collegiate media awards: Coverage of the departure of former Oregon State University president F. King Alexander has won Orange Media Network students first place for comprehensive coverage in a statewide collegiate newspaper competition. The Daily Barometer earned four first places, two seconds and two thirds in the four-year division of the 2022 Collegiate Newspaper Contest, sponsored by the Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association and the Oregon Newspapers Foundation. Awards were announced Wednesday. ONPA's statewide contest is open to student media in both two-year and four-year categories.

World Oceans Day: World Oceans Day is June 8. The OSU Marine Studies Initiative is compiling OSU-led events and resources to recognize this day and help raise awareness about the importance of a healthy ocean. We invite you to join this celebratory effort. Is your college or unit hosting or involved with seminars or other special events at the end of May through mid-June that raise awareness about issues of the coasts and ocean? If yes, send the information to us at [email protected].

Resilient Teaching Faculty Learning Communities: Funded summer professional development opportunity for OSU instructors and tenure-track faculty who regularly teach credit-based Corvallis and Cascades campus courses. Join a cohort of faculty exploring solutions for teaching challenges, strategies to build resilience in teaching and techniques for integrating in-class and online learning activities. See the Call for Participation and apply by May 31. Information: Center for Teaching and Learning.

Seeking Volunteers for a Research Study: The OSU School of Civil and Construction Engineering is seeking participants for a research study who are at least 18 years old and with a commercial vehicle license. Individuals with contact lenses or prescription lenses (-5.0 to +3.0) can participate in this study. The purpose of this study is to improve policy/design standards to make freight deliveries in urban environments more efficient and less stressful for truck drivers. Participants will be paid for their involvement, which includes a time commitment of approximately 1 hour and coming to the OSU Driving Simulator Laboratory. To participate, email graduate research assistant Yujun Liu at [email protected]. For more information, contact David Hurwitz at [email protected].

Information about Fee-Funded Units: As a student at OSU, you pay the incidental fee each term ($455.31 for fall, winter, and spring; $235.10 for summer).  The budgeted revenue of more than $27.36 million provides everyone with access to a variety of programs and services.  Come learn about how ASOSU allocates this budget and what all of this buys you!  There are multiple ways to learn more and get involved - simply fill out this form.  If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to the ASOSU Student Fee Committee Chair at [email protected]

How Has the Pandemic Impacted Your Cat? We are looking for cats and their owners to help us understand how cat behavior and human-animal bonds were impacted by the pandemic. This OSU Human-Animal Interaction Lab research study will take place on the OSU Corvallis campus (Withycombe Hall) and will include two behavioral attachment tests with your cat (taking approximately 20-30 minutes). To learn more or schedule participation, please email Hallie Shean at: [email protected].

Free COVID testsFree iHealth COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Tests are available around the Corvallis campus. Each box contains two tests. While supplies last, OSU community members can pick up these self-test kits at the following locations: Residence Hall Service Centers (Arnold, McNary and West); Lab tent outside Plageman Hall; Memorial Union Info Desk and Student Experience Center Info Desk. For questions or accommodations related to disabilities, contact [email protected].

COVID-19 testing: Oregon State University, in collaboration with Willamette Valley Toxicology (WVT), is providing on-site COVID-19 testing for people without symptoms. OSU employees and students, regardless of vaccination status, are welcome to test at one of these locations: Corvallis: Lab tent outside Plageman Hall Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., and Cascade Hall 120, Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Bend: Outside Obsidian Hall Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and 3-5 p.m. Note: All employees will need a WVT Labdash account prior to testing.

Traffic and Maintenance

Magruder Hall: For work related to the 2022 Street Safety Maintenance Project, four parking spaces in the Magruder Hall Diagnostic Laboratory parking area will be closed starting at 7 a.m. on Tuesday, May 17, through 3 p.m. on Friday, May 20. A sidewalk detour will also be in place for pedestrians and the diagnostic lab will remain open (view map).

Utility tunnel: May 11-June 3. For work related to the Community Hall Slope Project, an access hatch to the utility tunnel will be removed and relocated. The current hatch is located on Jefferson Avenue across from Kerr Administration Building. Additional access hatches can be found west, north and east of this location. Communication lines in the tunnel in this area are temporarily supported and impede movement. Staff should avoid this area of the tunnel, if possible.

26th Street: As part of the 2022 Street Safety Maintenance Project, the southbound lane of SW 26th Street between SW Campus Way and SW Jefferson Way will be closed for road improvements from May 11-23. SW 26th Street will be open to northbound traffic only (view map). For questions or comments on this closure, contact Project Manager Aaron Amoth at 541-737-5064.

Washington Way: For work related to the Washington Way Improvement Project, a planned sidewalk closure along the north side of SW Washington Way is scheduled to run from 8 a.m. Friday, May 6 through 5 p.m. Monday, June 13. Pacific Power will be on site performing work related to the project (view map).


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“my mother was taught the ch'an concept of happiness, which was to find satisfaction in small things. i was taught to appreciate the fresh air in the morning, the colour of leaves turning red in autumn and the water's smoothness when i soaked my hands in the basin.” ~ Anchee Min

Corvallis: Patchy frost then mostly sunny today, high of 63, low of 39. Sunny this weekend.

Central Oregon: Frost, then sunny, high of 60, low of 36. Sunny this weekend.

Newport: Mostly sunny today, high of 55, low of 44. Mostly sunny this weekend.

Statewide: For OSU employees around the state, find your local forecast here: