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Oregon universities open today with record international student enrollment  September 27th, 2011

Oregon State University, which expects international enrollment to surpass 1,800 this fall, is opening a 365-bed dormitory, half for international students, with classrooms and laboratories for a program that helps international students adjust. PSU already has one building, East Hall, to support international students and Americans studying abroad. PSU and the University of Oregon each may see enrollment for students from other countries top 2,000 this year.

Read more from The Oregonian. (Published Sept. 26, 2011)

Back on campus: OSU life picks up the pace  September 27th, 2011

Oregon State University, semi-quiet during the summer, was flooded with students Monday for the first day of fall-term classes. The university expects to enroll 25,000 this fall.

More than 3,000 of those students on campus were freshmen, including Nicole Elsmore and Caitlin Brenton. They took a long lunch at Arnold Dining Center and discussed their morning classes: chemistry for Elsmore, and college composition and algebra for Brenton.

Read more from the Corvallis Gazette-Times. (Published Sept. 27, 2011)

Video: “A look at the new OSU International Living-Learning Center”

On-campus nutritious eating options evaluated  October 15th, 2010

[The Daily Barometer] -On campus, there is no shortage of options on where to dine. No matter where you are, a place to eat is just a short walk away.

While many students know where to find food, it is not always obvious whether or not the food being consumed is “healthy,” or even where to find healthy eating options. <more>