Bolder than Boulder: Oregon State University women's volleyball victory over University of Colorado, Boulder
OSU Beaver Sam Rouleau, 21, sets the ball as Lanesha Reagan, 11, sprints up from the baseline to spike the ball in the second set against the UC Buffalos in Gill Coliseum, Corvallis, Ore on November 12. The Beavers won in five sets. 25-23, 23-25, 25-17, 18-25, 15-13.
Justine Spann, 5, dinks the ball as Lila Toner, 2, and Kory Cheshire, 14 try to block it. The point went to the Buffalos.
Sam Rouleau, 21, and her teammates sign mini volleyballs and scorecards for fans in the Gill Coliseum entryway after their victory. The next Beaver home game is the Civil War on November, 25 at noon.
Patrons sit outside Starbucks at the corner of Madison Ave. and SW Third St. in Corvallis, Ore. on Veteran's Day morning with the historic Whiteside Theater in the background. The Whiteside Theatre was constructed in 1922.
Semi-retired Gerry Rouff sits among Browsers' Bookstore's 80,000 books. Gerry has spent 40 years in the bookselling industry, starting with selling rare books. He is currently paid staff at Browsers' Bookstore at 121 NW Fourth St. in Corvallis, Ore. Browsers' Bookstore has another location in Albany, Ore.
Oren Graham, 2, interacts with "Cassie" the lab on his walk downtown with his family on Veterans Day. Cassie was made by bronze artist Sue McNeil Jacobson in 2003.
LBCC's second annual Harvest Festival was held on October 28 in the Commons Cafe. The event was sponsored by the Student Life and Leadership office and featured activities provided by student clubs. Activities included cookie decorating (above), putt-putt, face painting, tug-of-war, and giant chess.
Taylor Gastorf makes a move on the giant chess board provided by the Chess Club. Sherry Sullen donated the chess game to the club.
Face painting by Eliya Dunmire decorates festivalgoers.
Danielle Joy Jarkowsky
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