ON THE COVER
Thrilled fans react as OSU wide receiver James Rodgers steps across the goal line late in the Homecoming game, sealing a win over UCLA and making the Beavers bowl-eligible. A gallery of Homecoming photos is here.
His best friend is a what? Table of contents; letters; campus news and the start of construction on the Linus Pauling Science Center. (Pages 2-13)
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Three buddies from their days at Oregon State set out to break a world speed recod without breaking the bank or themselves. (Inside front cover)
OSU President Ed Ray is determined to make changes that will position the university to thrive despite Oregon's economic challenges. (Pages 14-17)
POWERED BY OCEANS
OSU's research on, in and around the world's oceans is a shining example of having a "critical mass" in a key area of scientific discovery. (Pages 18-24)
An ongoing effort to make Homecoming a must-attend event for alumni took a giant step forward on Halloween weekend, and there are plenty of photographs to prove it. (Pages 38-43)
THE YOUNGEST EVER
David Noor was 11 years old when he was admitted to OSU. He graduated at 16. Now he's 30 and has a story to tell. (Pages 58-59)
GIVING BACK: HALLIE FORD'S LEGACY
While chimes played across campus at precisely 9:09 a.m. on September 9, 2009, a dream was launched that will benefit children and families in Oregon and beyond for decades to come. (Pages 25-31)
BACK IN THE DAY: VARIED VOICES IN THE STUDENT PRESS; PLUS: MEMBERSHIP MATTERS: CHANGE IS GOOD; PORTLAND EVENTS; HONORED ALUMNI
Ever read the Mouse Gazette? How about OSU This Weak? Then there were Poor Jensen's Almanac, Pensee, Scab Sheet, Gad-Fly, Electrical Discharge, Cosmopolitan Herald, Slip Stick Slander, Thermometer, Seismograph, and of course, the Seismograph-Thermometer. (Pages 32-37)
SPORTS SECTION: GOALIE FINDS ANOTHER WAY TO LEAD; HOOPS PREVIEWS, 12,000 BY 2012 IS THE GOAL
This wasn't exactly what Steve Simmons wanted to hear. Not long after being named men's soccer head coach at Oregon State this summer, Simmons learned that Mike Miller, a senior goalkeeper, would be unable to play his final season. (Pages 44-51)
CLASS NOTES, MORE
Class news; obituaries; answers to the Pop Quiz; alum from Ethiopia feeds Portlanders and helps his homeland, more. (Pages 52-end)
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