This Thursday, the campus branch will be all about Oregon.
Oregon State University researchers have received a $1 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation that will allow them to outfit a pair of undersea gliders with acoustical sensors to identify biological “hot spots” in the coastal ocean.
“Stanford is the standard by which everybody in this conference is judged,” said head coach Kelly Graves. “To do what we did tonight speaks so much for the character of our team, how they’ve really improved and the ability that we have.”
A group of mothers are gathering to breastfeed at a McMinnville Goodwill to protest a tweet from an employee working at the store.
A suicide pact circulated by a middle school student was inspired by a movie with a plot line similar to the 1978 Jonestown massacres, the school district said Friday.
Criminal charges are not expected to be filed.
First-grader Leo Rickard raised $84 by asking friends and family to chip in to save Civic Stadium in lieu of birthday gifts.
Leo's donation - and $4 million-worth of others like it - have put the Eugene Civic Alliance in a position to complete the purchase of Civic Stadium from the Eugene 4J School District, the City of Eugene announced Friday.
Police set off stun grenades early Friday while serving a search warrant at 5 a.m.
Emma Utterback's school lockdown experiences stuck with her. So much so, it became the inspiration for a National Honor Society school service project.
After Keiko the killer whale left the Oregon Coast Aquarium in 1998, the aquarium split the tank into three parts and created the Passages of the Deep with sharks and bat rays to attract guests.
Some of the residents of the tank know each other in the open ocean.
For example, the Broadnose sevengill shark is a natural predator of the bat ray.
It was billed as a bubble soccer match, but in reality soccer had almost nothing to do with it.
What it really was was a chance to knock one of your friends head over heels without injuring them.