From his second story window of a Second Street hotel, Bernard Malamud, former OSU English Dept. faculty member and writer, had a good view of downtown Corvallis including the shop of Jim the Fixer. The name gave Malamud the title for his 1967 Pulitzer Prize winning novel and later a motion picture, "The Fixer." Photo was used in the December 1976 Oregon Stater
Donald Robinson, Hazen Sandwick, Keith Chamberlain, Wilbur Travis, Ivan Weikel, Arnold Ebert, Henry Scott and Irwin Krenke returned to campus to celebrate a 50th anniversary of their 5,500 mile trip to Chicago for the World's Fair. They were Agricultural Engineering students when they made the trip.