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People rush through the snow on Thursday in front of the Memorial Union. A blip of snow hit Corvallis on the first day of December which seemed to catch everyone off guard.

Brief Blizzard Sweeps Corvallis

Katie Livermore , News Contributor
December 1, 2022

As Oregon State University students sat in their classrooms at 1 p.m. this afternoon, eyes strayed from lectures to windows as a downfall of snow transformed campus into a momentary winter wonderland. “It...

Quarterback Chance Nolan steps back to deliver a pass against Boise State on Sept. 3 in Reser Stadium for this seasons home-opener game. Nolan enters the transfer portal with at least one more year of eligibility left.

Former Oregon State starting quarterback, Chance Nolan, decides to enter the transfer portal

Benjamin Rabbino, Sports Chief
December 1, 2022

Before going down with a neck injury in a game against Utah on Oct. 1, Chance Nolan seemed to be the starting quarterback moving forward with the Beavers. It was announced today by Angie Machado of...

Anonymous tip leads to arrest made in Corvallis hit and run case

Anonymous tip leads to arrest made in Corvallis hit and run case

Sam Misa, City Editor
October 19, 2022

Corvallis detectives identified and arrested a suspect this morning allegedly responsible for a vehicle in a hit and run case which occurred in late September, after receiving an anonymous tip. The...

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OSU declares in-state tuition for students enrolled in tribal nations

Adriana Gutierrez, News Contributor
August 4, 2022

Any person enrolled in a federally recognized Tribal nation will be considered an in-state student at Oregon State University, starting in the fall term of 2022.  The university announced on Wednesday...

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Hjerpe drafted, first of many Beavers heading to the MLB this year

Hannah Mitchell, Sports Contributor
July 18, 2022

Pitcher Cooper Hjerpe has made it official and is moving on to the major leagues, along with teammates Jacob Melton, Justin Boyd, and Will Frisch.  Prospected to be 34th, Hjerpe was selected by the...

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PAC-12 enters media rights negotiations after UCLA and USC departures

Ryan Harlan, Sports Contributor
July 6, 2022

On Tuesday morning, the PAC-12 Conference announced in a statement that the PAC-12 Board of Commissioners approved negotiations on their next media rights agreement deal for the Conference. This comes...

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UCLA and USC announce PAC-12 departures in 2024

Ryan Harlan, Sports Contributor
July 1, 2022

The University of Southern California and the University of California Los Angeles announced Thursday evening in separate statements that they would be leaving the PAC-12 Conference to join the BIG-10...

Jayathi Murthy pictured in the Student Experience Center Plaza on June 7 during a reception for her being selected to be Oregon State Universitys 16th president. Murthy was unanimously elected by the OSU Board of Trustees on June 7, and will begin this position on Sept. 9.

Jayathi Murthy selected as OSU’s 16th president

Murthy will begin in September as the university’s first female president and first president of color
Adriana Gutierrez, Copy Editor
June 7, 2022

Jayathi Y. Murthy, previous dean of Engineering at University of California, Los Angeles, has officially been selected as Oregon State University’s next president, taking over for interim President Becky...

Reports of alleged weapons threat in Finley Hall found ‘unsubstantiated’

Reports of alleged weapons threat in Finley Hall found ‘unsubstantiated’

Zeva Rosenbaum, News Contributor
April 26, 2022

Clarification: This story has been modified to further clarify the situation. Update made April 27 at 8:38 p.m. with statements from OSU police chief Shanon Anderson Students posted rumors of a student...

The Associated Students of Oregon State University president-elect Matteo Paola (left) and ASOSU Vice President-elect Sierra Young pose for a picture at Snell Hall on Feb. 11. Paola and Young will serve as the president and vice presidential team that will lead ASOSU during the 2022-23 academic year.

Paola, Young ticket wins ASOSU presidential election

Riley LeCocq, News Reporter
March 5, 2022

Matteo Paola and Sierra Young won the Associated Students of Oregon State University presidential election for the 2022-23 academic year with 17.93% of eligible voters participating in the election. Paola...

Oregon State University students Makena Apau, left, and Ethan Thompson are wearing masks as they walk out of the Learning Innovation Center on the Corvallis, Ore. campus on Jan. 31. OSU announced on Feb. 24 that it will lift its mask mandate by March 19 at the latest.

OSU to lift mask mandate requirements no later than March 19

Kelsy Valentine, Campus Editor
February 24, 2022

Oregon State University has announced that it will lift the campus-wide mask requirement no later than March 19 to remain aligned with Oregon Health Authority and local public health guidance. According...

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