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OSU News Release

OSU to celebrate 100th birthday of former faculty member Bernard Malamud

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Apr 18, 2014
Oregon State University will mark the 100th birthday of acclaimed American novelist Bernard Malamud, with a celebration and the launch of a search for early copies of his book, “A New Life.”… Read full story.
OSU News Release

The GRAMMY Museum announces affiliate partnership with Oregon State University

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Apr 17, 2014
OSU has been selected as an official university affiliate of the Los Angeles-based GRAMMY Museum, providing the university access to the rich musical history and archives of the museum.… Read full story.

Ambassadors Blog

Attention all First Year CLA Majors- Let’s Celebrate!

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Apr 15, 2014

By Breanna Balleby Hello there, first-year College of Liberal Arts students! Guess what? It’s Week 3 of this very beautiful Spring term and it’s time to celebrate the beginning of the end of your first year at Oregon State University. How might you go about doing this? By attending the College of Liberal Arts Matriculation… Continue reading  Read full story.

Joining Clubs- not just for fun anymore!

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Apr 7, 2014

By Logan Pedersen Looking to get more involved on campus as well as boost your resume? Oregon State has over 300 clubs on campus and new ones are emerging every term! If you’re looking to get more involved with the OSU community, become a leader, apply your strengths, and build your resume at the same… Continue reading  Read full story.

College of Liberal Arts Events

Apr
23
2014

University Wide Career Fair

 

Career Fairs are a place to find jobs and internships. This event offers you the chance to network with employers and explore a position

Apr
23
2014

8th Annual MA Symposium

Chair and Moderator: Coral Rost

Chad Iwertz, "The Paradox Machine: Culture/s of Ability in the Writing Classroom"

Christopher Adamson, "Sorrow's Springs are the Same: Synoeciosis in

Apr
23
2014

Poor People Power: The State, Social Provisions, and American Experiments in Democratic Engagement

The highly segmented U.S. welfare state has shaped citizenship status, bolstering the status of recipients of social insurance and other “hidden†benefits while demeaning low-income recipients of means - tested assistance…
Apr
23
2014

Digital Storytelling

Want to share your experiences abroad through art and media? Digital storytelling is becoming the folk art of the 21st century. Join us for this workshop series to

Apr
24
2014

A Celebration of the Bernard Malamud Centenary and 50 Years of Excellence in English Studies at OSU

Two mid-twentieth century events critical to the history and identity of English studies at OSU occurred within a decade of one another—the publication of Bernard Malamud’s A New

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