Vote for the ‘Beaver’s Choice’ at Beavs, Brews and BBQs | Nov. 11
Sample brisket and pork belly BBQ from local PNW professional pitmasters, and don't forget to vote for your favorite bite of the day! Plus, enjoy live music, sip brews from the Oregon Agricultural Trust’s Cheers to the Land series, explore military vehicles on-site and grab a scoop of a limited-edition Beaver Classic ice cream flavor.
Bring your spirit to Tailgate Town | Oct. 28 – Nov. 18
Now, more than ever, it’s important to show up for our student-athletes. Football game tickets are selling out quickly, so don’t hesitate to grab yours! For sold-out games, you can still celebrate game day at OSUAA Tailgate Town. Cheer for our team at the remaining tailgates and tune in to watch on TV — this Saturday’s game airs nationally on ESPN at 7:30 p.m.
» Away vs. Arizona | Oct. 28
» Away vs. Colorado | Nov. 4
» Home vs. Stanford | Nov. 11 - FREE
» Home vs. Washington | Nov. 18 - FREE
Band together with Beavs to watch the Rivalry Game | Nov. 14
Let’s rally for our team around the nation and world! Watch the Beavers vs. Ducks game with fellow fans at a Beaver-friendly location, like Seattle’s Hatback Bar & Grille, graciously hosted by game watch captains Carrie Foster-Campbell and Garrett Brown. Want to host in your area? Call our office at 877-678-2837.
Our Health& the Cost of Water | Nov. 14
Dive into a new webcast series from the OSU Alumni Association and College of Health where your questions guide the conversation. In the first episode, experts share how you can retain water for the future and steps you can take to change your routines to prepare for when resources dwindle.
Ask Alumni how to thrive and make a difference in your career | Oct. 25, Nov. 1
Tomorrow, join us online to hear from a panel of Beaver alumni working in careers that make a difference and learn how you can follow a similar path. Then, tune in next week as your fellow Beavs discuss the things they wish they would have known as OSU students and recent graduates.
Provost’s Lecture Series: Why Financial History Matters | Nov. 8
Join in-person or via livestream for a lecture with award-winning financial journalist and author Diana B. Henriques, presented by the Office of the Provost and the OSU Foundation. Henriques will present a fascinating lecture titled "Why Financial History Matters: From Coolidge to Cryptocurrency," followed by a moderated Q&A with Tim Carroll, the Sara Hart Kimball Dean of the College of Business.