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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.
Israeli historian and journalist Tom Segev

Oregon State to observe Holocaust Memorial Week April 28 to May 2

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Apr 16, 2014
Tom Segev, an Israeli historian and journalist, and Laureen Nussbaum, a childhood friend of Anne Frank, will appear at Oregon State University as part of Holocaust Memorial Week April 28 through May 2.… 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
17
2014

Great Stories about Latino and Latina Leaders

Professor Kayla García will tell some surprising and inspirational stories based on her new book Latino and Latina Leaders of the 21st Century: Ordinary Beginnings, Extraordinary Outcomes.  She will share amusing…
Apr
17
2014

OSU Student Recital: Jesse Canady, Tuba

A student of Ja'Ttik Clark. With Lauren Servias, accompanist, and the OSU Wind Ensemble horn quartet.…
Apr
17
2014

MFA Reading Series

On the third Thursday of the month we host a reading series at New Morning Bakery to showcase the work of our MFA students.

April 17

  • Fiction: Kerry
Apr
18
2014

The Clinic as Biological Warfare

Join us for a lunch bunch with Philosophy professor Stephanie Jenkins.

This paper examines the debate between the two predominant models of disability (i.e. medical and social)

Apr
18
2014
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