Monthly Archives: October 2017

Four Oral History Websites Released by SCARC!

Four new oral history websites comprising more than 550 hours of content have been released by the Oral History Program at the Oregon State University Libraries Special Collections and Archives Research Center (SCARC). Three of these websites were built using … Continue reading

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My Student Experience

Post contributed by Kassidy Benson, Student Archivist As a student, working in the archives is one of the highlights of my time at Oregon State. The atmosphere is friendly and calm, and the materials we have available are riveting to … Continue reading

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Taste’ of the ‘Chives: International Flavors

We’ll be scaring up some toothsome aromas and flavors from the files of International student organizations at OSU this upcoming Halloween for this year’s Taste of the ‘Chives Recipe Showcase!  Lemon rice, aloo gobi, minted tabouli, postre de nues, and many other dishes were featured … Continue reading

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Oregon State University Releases Major Oral History Project Featuring Interviews with Hundreds of Faculty and Alumni

Oregon State University has released the largest oral history project ever conducted at OSU. The product of more than four years of work, The OSU Sesquicentennial Oral History Project consists of more than 400 hours of fully transcribed video and … Continue reading

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Scholorship Doll

This term we’re starting a new blog series where we highlight the perspectives of our student archivists.  Our students are essential in doing the work that we do, from processing collections to helping pull items from our stacks for researchers.  … Continue reading

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Oregon Archives Month Events

How can you participate you ask? Well this is the post you’ve all been waiting for!  Here are the events we have planned for the month: Football Film Fun! Friday 10/13 12:00-1:00, Willamette Rooms Celebrate Homecoming Weekend by watching clips … Continue reading

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“Accounting for Ecosystems in a Post-DDT Age”

Post contributed by Manasi Vyas, SCARC Student Assistant Leah Aronowsky is a PhD candidate in the history of science at Harvard University who served a term as resident scholar in SCARC this past August. Her dissertation focuses on the concept of … Continue reading

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