Research, Readers and Reinvention

A look at what surveying our readers taught us about Oregon’s Agricultural Progress. Oregon’s Agricultural Progress (OAP) has a 66-year legacy of award-winning reporting on the research taking place in…

Collected Curiosities

In the spirit of the Halloween season, Peter Konstantinidis, curator of vertebrate collections at Oregon State University, takes us on a tour of deep-sea fish—and a few scare-inducing mammals and other…

In Search of the Granted Land

In preparing for the 150th anniversary of Oregon’s land grant university, we found ourselves wondering: where’s the land that was granted? Like many people, we’d assumed that the land that…

Underground Mystery

Are cemeteries polluting soil and water? Cynthia Beal walks through a shower of sunlight streaming through the branches of Doug-firs at Rest Lawn Memorial Park. Next to her, leaning against…

The Legacy of the Land Grant

A historic shift in education and engagement continues to serve our communities. Imagine a country where enemy combatants terrorize citizens at home and at work; where civil hostilities tear apart families;…

The Evolution of Beer

The world’s second-oldest beverage keeps on bubbling along. The other day Patrick Hayes invited a visitor to join him and two colleagues for a wide-ranging chat about….beer. In their professional…

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