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July Sudoku (Hard)

July Sudoku (Hard)

Tucky Helm, Puzzler
July 15, 2024

Unsolved above  Key will be released at the end of the month 

July Sudoku (Easy)

July Sudoku (Easy)

Tucky Helm, Puzzler
July 15, 2024

Unsolved above  Key will be released at the end of the month 

Teresa Ashford sits at Interzone Coffee on July 28th. Ashford has been dubbed Oregon State University’s “Sexpert”, she works to make content educating students on various topics.

Sexpert Says: Pride month calls for community resources, to ‘not be silent’

Teresa Ashford
June 3, 2024

The theme of this month’s edition is commencement with a special section focused on Pride–it’s Pride Month. I had originally planned on writing about the importance of transitions – you’ve...

Reality of regalia at OSU: Unsustainable, unsatisfying, unbelievable

Reality of regalia at OSU: Unsustainable, unsatisfying, unbelievable

Riley LeCocq, Columnist
June 3, 2024

Congratulations on graduating from Oregon State University! This is a great honor that you should be proud of and celebrate, please pay $140 to celebrate this once-in-a-lifetime achievement. As if college...

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Letter to the Editor: Students United for Palestinian Rights issue demands for OSU to divest from Israel

OSU will release a public statement calling for an immediate and permanent ceasefire in Gaza. OSU has provided information about its direct investments on a public website and will update these...

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Letter to the Editor: OSU administration shares statement for cancellation of FlatTail Festival

Damoni Wright and Stephen Jenkins
May 18, 2024

Editor’s Note: this statement was emailed to the Barometer Editor from Damoni Wright, associate vice provost of student affairs and the executive director of Student Experiences & Engagement and...

Teresa Ashford sits at Interzone Coffee on July 28th. Ashford has been dubbed Oregon State University’s “Sexpert”, she works to make content educating students on various topics.

You’re not alone: how to cope with SSRIs that affect your libido

Teresa Ashford, Columnist
May 6, 2024

A common question Human Sexuality students ask me is about the effects of Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors  on libido, or sexual desire and sex drive. Serotonin helps us in multiple ways. It...

The Dam Dispatch: Understanding climate anxiety

Kera Nelson, Columnist
May 6, 2024

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinions of the Daily Barometer. What do you get when you combine anxiety with climate change? The perfect storm. Up until college, I had a basic...

Meaning and meaninglessness: a loving and transcendental path out of meaninglessness

Meaning and meaninglessness: a loving and transcendental path out of meaninglessness

Jack Derbenti, Columnist
May 6, 2024

“...There is decidedly nothing in the whole world that would make men love their fellow men,” said Ivan Fyodorovich, a character in the Fyodor Dostoevsky novel “The Brothers Karamazov.” “Were...

Book stacks in an aisle of Browsers Bookstore in downtown Corvallis, Ore. Browsers is closing its Corvallis location in February.

Striving Focus: No rest for the hindered reader

Ash Estevan, Columnist
April 8, 2024

Editor’s Note: This is a column and does not reflect the views or opinions of the Daily Barometer Heavy reading should have more options to better navigate workload. Demanding course loads, balancing...

Teresa Ashford sits at Interzone Coffee on July 28th. Ashford has been dubbed Oregon State University’s “Sexpert”, she works to make content educating students on various topics.

Sexpert Says: Acknowledge the full spectrum of people who have sex

Teresa Ashford, Columnist
April 8, 2024

Editor’s Note: This is a column and does not reflect the views or opinions of the Daily Barometer We’re not supposed to talk about s-e-x, right? Most of us didn’t have comprehensive sexuality...

Letter from the Editor: Read-aloud narrations of stories start with this issue

Letter from the Editor: Read-aloud narrations of stories start with this issue

Katie Livermore, Editor-in-Chief
April 8, 2024

Hey Beavers! If you’re here, that means you’re reading our April print issue, mainly surrounded on the topic of accessibility. Accessibility comes in all different forms. We asked our Barometer reporters...

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