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Gabrielle Sanchez (left) and Makayla Steele chatting in the hallway on April 17, 2023 inside McAlexander Fieldhouse. They were discussing their morning run that they are required to do as part of their ROTC training as well as the upcoming 50 years of women in the ROTC celebration event.

Celebrate & normalize: OSU celebrates 50 years of women in AROTC program

Sukhjot Sal, News Reporter
May 1, 2023

Following Oregon State University’s Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps 150th anniversary last year, the university will soon celebrate for another reason: 50 years of women in the AROTC program. Hosted...

Particles found in OSU water, two buildings affected so far

Particles found in OSU water, two buildings affected so far

Riley LeCocq, Reporter
April 14, 2023

Editors note: this article has been undated from a previous version to reflect new information as of 2:45 p.m. Particulate matter found in the water on Oregon State University's campus remains unknown...

The front of Shepard Hall on Feb. 10 at Oregon State University in Corvallis. The School of Communications, whose office is located in Shepard Hall, will be launching a new M.A./M.S. in Communications in the upcoming academic year.

OSU launches new Masters program in School of Communication

Wes Flow , News Reporter
February 21, 2023

Oregon State University has announced a new Master of Arts/Master of Sciences program in Communication, which is scheduled to launch in the upcoming year. The program, directed by School of Communication...

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Oregon State University public safety department cars are lined up outside Kerr Administration in November of 2021. Anyone with information on the incident is urged to contact OSU DPS at 541-737-3010.

Authorities still searching for suspect involved in campus hit-and-run

Wes Flow, News Reporter
February 14, 2023

Oregon State University’s Department of Public Safety is still searching for a driver and red pickup involved in a hit-and-run on Jan. 28 that sent a pedestrian to the hospital. The incident occurred...

The Radiation Center on campus at OSU in Corvallis on Feb 9. The Radiation Center houses a Training Research Isotopes General Atomics nuclear reactor that is a smaller version of the design certified in January.

NuScale’s small-modular reactor design certified by Nuclear Regulatory Commission

First SMR to be approved in the U.S. with a plant to be operational by 2029
Sam Misa, News Contributor
February 11, 2023

While the Cold War may have been defined by races in both arms and space, the current race may just be in energy. Russia and China have already taken strides into one facet of energy production with...

ASOSU sign.

ASOSU election registration opens with new changes to seat availability

Adriana Gutierrez, Reporter
February 10, 2023

Students hoping to serve as representatives for the Associated Students of Oregon State University have a week left to register for candidacy. Open positions include 15 undergraduate senate seats, three...

OSU to host several winter career fairs over next few weeks

OSU to host several winter career fairs over next few weeks

Wes Flow, News Reporter
February 7, 2023

For students seeking employment, Oregon State University will be hosting several career fairs over the next few weeks, offering opportunities for students to connect with employers across all industries. On...

Photo courtesy of OSU College of Forestry

Two of OSU’s faculty named in world’s top 1,000 female scientists

Katie Livermore , News Reporter
February 7, 2023

“Until about 1970, you could just actively discriminate against women,” said Heidi Schellman, professor and retired chair of the Department of Physics at Oregon State University.  Composed by,...

A breakdown of funds to each student fee funded unit in the 2023-2024 budget.

ASOSU crosses $500 threshold for student fees

Nino Paoli, News Contributor
February 7, 2023

Student fees may increase by 4.98% to $505.46 each term for the fiscal year of 2024, after the Student Fee Committee held final deliberations for budget requests on Feb. 2. Joe Page, the student fee...

A $4.8 Million donation to OSUs Cybersecurity program was made to help students continue to earn degrees in the field. This illustration depicts funding for protection on computers and sensitive information.

$4.8 million awarded to OSU, supporting student scholarships in cybersecurity

Nino Paoli, News Contributor
February 6, 2023

Students studying cybersecurity at Oregon State University will be eligible to apply for a full ride scholarship starting next year.  Thanks to the National Science Foundation’s Scholarship for Service...

Ingredients and items inside of the Beaver Bag on Jan. 22. The Beaver Bags have been distributed at the Basic Needs Center.

Accessing Resources for Basic Needs On Campus

David Li, News Contributor
January 27, 2023

The Basic Needs Center, formerly the Human Services Resource Center, offers students and community members resources to support their nutritional, laundry, and textbook needs, as well as volunteer opportunities. Every...

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