Grant Supports Women in STEM

CORVALLIS, Ore. – A big win for women after Oregon State University was awarded a grant to promote more female faculty in the science and engineering fields. OSU received $3.5 million from the National Science Foundation. The money is going towards improving conditions for women in the STEM fields, or science, technology, engineering, and math. It … Continue reading »

New Parking System at OSU

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Parking permits are now for sale at Oregon State University, but the setup this year is different: the campus is turning to a zonal parking system. On Tuesday, a group of staff and faculty could purchase their new permits – only if they have had an OSU parking permit for the past … Continue reading »

Doctors Say OSU Player Making Progress

CORVALLIS, Ore. — An Oregon State University (OSU) basketball player is still in intensive care Wednesday night, two days after he collapsed on the court. Doctors say Chai Baker is still in critical, but stable condition and he is making progress. No specific details on Baker’s progress were released, but doctors say they are encouraged … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Beavers Slippery Scrimmage

Oregon State head coach Mike Riley: Oregon State quarterback Sean Mannion: Oregon State linebacker Michael Doctor: Oregon State running back Terron Ward: Oregon State running back Ryan Nall:

Web Extra: Former Beaver Dylan Davis

Salem-Keizer outfielder & Former Beaver Dylan Davis:

Web Extra: Ward, Nelson, Andrews, Jabral

Oregon State running back Terron Ward: Oregon State cornerback Steven Nelson: Oregon State offensive lineman Gavin Andrews: Oregon State linebacker Jabral Johnson:

Fungus Spreading Through Valley Wheat

CORVALLIS, Ore. –  Wheat farmers in Western Oregon may see a loss in yield this season due to a disease that is spreading through the Willamette Valley. Researchers at Oregon State University say “sharp eyespot,” a fungal disease, is infecting wheat fields throughout the entire valley. “About 2-3 weeks ago, everything should have been green if … Continue reading »

OSU Discovers Possible ALS Breakthrough

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Researchers at Oregon State University have helped discover a potential therapy for people suffering from Lou Gehrig’s disease. With the help from scientists in Australia and the United Kingdom, OSU researchers say they have discovered that a copper compound – already used for other purposes – may also form the basis for a therapy for Amyotrophic … Continue reading »

SSE: 1-on-1 with OSU Ace Andrew Moore

Eugene native and Oregon State starting pitcher Andrew Moore sat down in studio with our Stephen Nelson for a Sunday Sports Extra one-on-one. Moore looks back at the Beavers’ 2014 season, previews his offseason tryout with the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team, and looks ahead to 2015 with OSU.

Plane Owner Apologizes For Banner Prank

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The Federal Aviation Administration is investigating a claim that the plane that interrupted Oregon State University’s commencement ceremony on Saturday had covered its tail number. As of Wednesday, the FAA had not verified the claims, but says if true, it would be a violation of federal regulations. The administration says drivers need … Continue reading »

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