Here is a look at Benton County public meetings set for the coming days:
Oregon State University is launching a slate of two weeks of events Monday to celebrate its Sea Grant, as part of the university’s year of celebrations to mark its 150th anniversary.
If you’ve ever been wandering the Oregon State University Memorial Union on a Friday evening, you might have seen them.
Oregon State University’s bystander intervention program, “Beavers Give a Dam,” has received a national award for excellence for its sexual violence education and prevention services.
When Oregon State University professor William Ripple and colleagues published a viewpoint article in the journal BioScience last fall — “Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice” — they were hoping to start a widespread conversation about the state of the Earth and human well-being. The response surprised them: 20,000 co-signers from 184 countries, a flood of correspondence, and according to a science media company, the most widely shared science article of 2017.
A fourth Democrat has filed to run in the May 15 primary for the Position 1 seat on the Benton County Board of Commissioners, and at least one unaffiliated candidate is waiting in the wings to contend for the post in the general election.
The attorney for an Oregon State University student charged with hate crimes said Monday her client had worked out a deal with OSU to return to campus, but a university spokesperson said he was unaware of such an agreement.
Evan Hull was a defensive lineman on the Oregon State University football team when he got to know the law enforcement officers who served as liaisons to the program.
In its 150 years Oregon State University has benefited from the influence of individuals too numerous to count. Engineers, astronauts, war heroes and business leaders. Athletes and artists. Politicians and Pulitzer winners. And a scientist who won a pair of Nobel Prizes.