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This illustration depicts a laptop and notebook
on a table. Advisor Kerry Kincanon recommends
students talk to advisors for help with registration.

On Our Minds: Scheduling tips, hacks to make registration less stressful

Riley LeCocq, Columnist
May 2, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. The clock strikes 6 p.m.—it’s registration time. But...

Third-year chemical engineering major, Nicholas Dominic (back), and third-year marketing major, Juan Diego, make sandwiches on April 19 at the Arnold Dining center. Oregon State University is one of the biggest employers of students in Corvallis.

Social Addendum: Record low unemployment doesn’t have to be such an important headline

Christine Castles, Columnist
May 2, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. At 2.6% in February, Benton County has the lowest unemployment...

First-year biochemistry major Mya Kuzmin opens the Tinder app on April 20 in her dorm room. Many college students use Tinder as a way to pass the time between classes which, if done too often, can lead to a negative effect on their mental health.

F*ck it, real talk: Dating apps (probably) aren’t good for your mental health

Hayden Lohr, Columnist
May 2, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. Dating apps can lead to feelings of self doubt and loneliness,...

Brett Tyler, an OSU professor, was arrested on Oct. 7, 2021 for fugitive charges from the state of Virginia. Tyler was extradited by a Benton County Circuit Court judge on April 21 to the state of Virginia.

Former OSU professor extradited by Benton County judge; OSU to offer support

By Baro Staff
April 21, 2022

An Oregon State University professor fired in October 2021 after his arrest has been extradited by a Benton County Circuit Court judge to the state of Virginia. Brett Tyler, a professor in the College...

Jonah Smith (left) and Elena Wright rehearsing for the Corvallis High School production of “Mamma Mia!” on March 8. The two hold roles as dancers for the musical, which is showing at CHS from April 21 to May 8.

Here we go again: ‘Mamma Mia!’ returns to Corvallis High School after COVID-19 cancellations

ABBA musical showing at CHS from April 21 to May 8
Sam Misa, News Contributor
April 4, 2022

Cut short in 2020, Corvallis High School is now set to reopen its doors for showings of the musical “Mamma Mia!” from April 21 to May 8. Based on the work of playwright Catherine Johnson, the musical...

Longtime Corvallis, Ore. resident Vern Stuewe sits in front of his prototype homeless shelter sits on display in the garage surrounded by tools and other projects.

Former Corvallis business owner invents prototype mobile shelter to help houseless

Sam Misa, News Contributor
April 4, 2022

Korean War veteran and retired Corvallis, Ore. business owner Vern Stuewe is giving back to the local houseless community with a mobile shelter prototype. Stuewe has been living at the same Corvallis...

Local band Minor Anomaly performed at Bombs Away Café the night of Oct. 22, 2021. Bombs Away is located at 2527 NW Monroe Ave. in Corvallis, Ore.

Modern Issues Scrutinized Accordingly: Corvallis can and should benefit from local talent

Sam Misa, Columnist
April 4, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. While Corvallis, Ore. may not have any formal venues to...

Part of “The Last Supper: Final Plates” exhibit by the late Julie Green at the Corvallis Museum in Corvallis, Ore. The exhibit honors Green’s work, who was a professor at OSU and respected artist.

Corvallis Museum holds exhibition by the late Julie Green

Katterlea MacGregor, News Contributor
April 4, 2022

In its first temporary art exhibit, the Corvallis Museum hosts the final 200 plates of Julie Green’s “The Last Supper,” which was donated by the Last Supper Trust and will be viewable until July...

Second-year psychology major Sophia Fischer relaxes while wearing a facemask and cucumbers to soothe her mind while preparing for finals week at her home on March 9. It is important for students to take time for themselves to cool off and calm down, especially during the winter months which can be dark and dreary, physically and mentally.

The Way of Things: Healthy coping mechanisms can help students make it through the school year

Zeva Rosenbaum, Columnist
April 4, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. As we begin another term, burnout already hangs around the...

About 16 miles outside of Corvallis, Ore. lies the Thyme Garden Herb Company. As of now, the garden is temporarily closed for the winter, but after preparing for the new season, the Thyme Garden will reopen on April 15 in time for Earth Day events.

Corvallis Earth Day events encourage more learning, celebration of ‘society and planet’

Ashton McCracken, News Contributor
April 4, 2022

The Thyme Garden and the Corvallis Sustainability Coalition will host events to recognize and celebrate Earth Day this year in Corvallis, Ore. Earth Day, which takes place on April 22, is an annual event...

Comedian G Wade performs at the Common Fields Comedy Show in Corvallis, Ore. on March 4.

Common Fields comedy shows become monthly, offering ‘a comfortable environment to laugh’

Riley LeCocq, News Reporter
April 4, 2022

Common Fields food truck pod and taproom has been bringing comedy to Corvallis, Ore. since its opening and now features free monthly Friday night shows. According to Shelby Johnson, Common Fields marketing...

Correction: OSU students report issues with accessibility on campus

The Baro Staff
March 29, 2022

Correction: The story originally incorrectly stated Gabriel Merrell is the director of Disability Access Services. This has been corrected to state that Merrel is the director of Access and Affirmative...

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