Back to Campus

Campuses in Oregon and around the country are mourning the news coming out of Umpqua Community College Oct. 1 after word of the mass shooting spread. The first week of class is often a time of newness, learning and excitement. This year, it has brought great sadness. Continue reading 

Curb Your Hunger

Local delivery businesses make life easier

When you’re a student, things get busy. Maybe you’re stuck studying in your apartment and, while starving, find the prospect of going out into the world for food unbearable. Maybe you just want to “Netflix and chill” without leaving the couch.  If so, you can utilize HungryDucks as your take-out shortcut, or contact Cascadian Courier Collective to get almost anything delivered, so long as it isn’t more than 300 pounds and can fit on one of its freight bicycles. Continue reading 

Student Q&As

Brandon Hosea Major: Economics and public relations Year: Senior Age: 21 Hometown: Bend, Oregon   Would you vote for Donald Trump? Yeah. Why? Because I respect his ambition. Honestly, I agree with some of the stuff he says, some of it I don’t — you can’t agree with everything. Continue reading 

The Green Diploma

Beavers and Ducks learn to be eco-citizens

Brandon Trelstad

The expansive atrium of Oregon State University’s Kelley Engineering Building fills with the mid-morning chatter of students. Light streams in through the immense glass windows of this certified Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold building, reducing the need for electric lighting as it illuminates half-built solar vehicles that look like Mars rovers in a nearby classroom, complete with solar panels and heavy duty wheels.  For all OSU’s orange-and-black bravado, the marks of “green” living are everywhere. Continue reading