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Residential Life Bash - Tonight

Harvest Carnival & Chili Cook-Off - Tomorrow

Hester Street Painting - Wednesday

House Decorations & Walkaround - Friday

Sea of Orange Parade - Saturday

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Old CentralInside OSU
President Burns Hargis visits with the homecoming executive committee about this week's homecoming activities and the parade's grand marshal, Stan Clark, in this edition of Inside OSU.

Henry Bellmon Research CenterClose Up: Cowboy Nation
The 2010 Homecoming Publication is available at the Alumni Center and online with stories about this year's theme, grand marshal, royalty candidates and the Class of 1960, plus sketches and descriptions of each house decoration and float.

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On Campus

OSU sociologist named APA Fellow
Riley E. Dunlap, Regents Professor of Sociology at OSU, has been elected a Fellow of the American Psychological Association in recognition of his scholarship on environmental attitudes, beliefs and values. For more than three decades, Dunlap has examined citizen concern for environmental quality. He and his collaborators have published several highly cited articles including the “New Ecological Paradigm Scale,” which has become the most widely used measure of environmental concern in the world. In addition to this honor, happy birthday, Dr. Dunlap!  

Wellness tip: Pumpkin packs a powerful nutritional punch
Autumn is a great time to discover the versatility, flavor and nutritional benefit of pumpkin. Often the star ingredient in many sweet delights, such as pie and custard, pumpkin can also make a savory side dish.  So don’t throw away your carvings; instead, roast, sauté, steam or mash…and enjoy. You’ll get a good supply of vitamin A, beta-carotene, vitamin C, fiber, iron, potassium, and other nutrients. Hint: Small, 2- to 5-pound pumpkins are best for cooking.


OSU’s Warren chosen for Young Scholar Award

Dialog and Friendship Dinner on Tuesday

On the Calendar
Oct. 18 – Film examines religion and homosexuality

Oct. 18 – Men’s health: Prostate screenings


Oct. 19 – Guest lecture for LGBT History month

Oct. 20 – Boot camp with the First Cowgirl
Boot camp is a great way to have fun and burn calories at the same time - and it's a great way to get to know the first Cowgirl! The class is designed for all fitness levels and mixes traditional callisthenic and body weight exercises with interval training and strength training. It's a TOTAL body workout!

Oct. 20 – Wellness Wednesday: Wellness for Men

Oct. 20 – “Get Your Presentations in Gear” (training)

Oct. 24 – Barrage and Honors Orchestra to perform