Rare Twin Foals Born

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Veterinarians are calling it a miracle: twin foals born in the Corvallis area. Vets at Oregon State University say it is rare for horses to have surviving twins, yet they are getting ready to send the newborns home. Mocha and Cappuccino were born last Wednesday at their owners’ farm, and were referred … Continue reading »

Fans React to Tinkle as Possible Coach

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State University students and alumni are wondering if Wayne Tinkle will be the new OSU men’s basketball coach. OSU’s Athletic Director Bob De Carolis announced his decision to fire Craig Robinson two weeks ago. According to a report from The Oregonian, De Carolis has found a replacement: University of Montana’s Wayne … Continue reading »

Students Create CTS Bus App

CORVALLIS, Ore. — If you’re waiting for the bus but it’s running a little late, would you want to know where it’s at? Oregon State University students have created a new app for the Corvallis bus system, tracking down each bus to its exact location. “If you’re more of a visual person and you’d like … Continue reading »

Breakthrough Isotope Research

 CORVALLIS, Ore. – If someone has chest pains, he or she might have tests done to see if it is a cardiac issue. But what if those tests cannot be done because of a medical isotope shortage? Doctors say they have seen a shortage of a vital medical isotope, molybdenum-99, in North America before. The … Continue reading »

OSU Pitcher Arrested

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The star pitcher of the Beavers baseball team, Ben Wetzler, was arrested early Saturday morning. He’s since been released. Corvallis police arrested the 22-year-old Oregon State University Senior on charges of criminal mischief in the second degree and criminal trespassing in the first degree. He’s scheduled to appear in court on June … Continue reading »

OSU Research VP to NOAA

CORVALLIS, Ore. — The White House is appointing someone from Oregon State University to be the Chief Scientist for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. The White House selected Rick Spinrad, who’s the Vice President for Research at OSU. As the Chief Scientist, he will help drive policy and program direction at the agency. “It’s … Continue reading »

Cooks Selected in 1st Round of NFL Draft

NEW YORK, N.Y.– After a Biletnikoff Award-winning and Pac-12 record-setting season, Oregon State star wide receiver Brandin Cooks was selected 20th overall by the New Orleans Saints in the 2014 NFL Draft. Cooks is the first 1st-round draft pick from Oregon State since Steven Jackson went 24th overall to St. Louis in 2004. Cooks is … Continue reading »

Robinson Fired After Six Years at OSU

CORVALLIS, Ore. — Oregon State University announced Monday morning it has relieved head coach Craig Robinson, effective immediately. “I want to thank coach Robinson and his family for their contributions to Oregon State University,” said OSU Athletic Director Bob De Carolis.  “This was a difficult decision, but after further evaluation, I believe it is in … Continue reading »

Fans React to Robinson’s Termination

CORVALLIS, Ore. – The $4.2 million buyout has caused Beavers fans to have mixed feelings about the termination of Craig Robinson. The news spread like wildfire Monday morning on campus, especially through social media. “I was pretty shocked when I heard it,” said fan Nathan Sarles. Surprise is a common word to describe how Beaver … Continue reading »

OSU ROTC Ceremony

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets at Oregon State University had their annual Joint Review Ceremony on Friday, and U-S Representative Peter DeFazio spoke at the event to honor them. “It’s a 95-year tradition,” said Cadet William Anderson, the Cadet Battalion Commander for the Army Unit. “Cadets have been on this campus for … Continue reading »

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