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Flags of the world in the Memorial Union won Nov. 21. Each flag signifies a nation represented within the student and faculty body at OSU.

Opinión: Para considerarnos un país diverso, necesitamos una poblacion bilingüe

Alexander Banks, Columnist
December 2, 2022

Nota de los editores: Esté artículo no representa la opinión de The Daily Barometer. Esté artículo refleja la opinion personal del escritor.  En Nigeria hay más de quinientos idiomas. A comparación,...

Assistive Technology Manager, Randy Ocampo, shares examples of learning materials that the center has printed in braille in the DAS office on the second floor of the Kerr Administration Building on OSU campus Friday, October 28th. The center has a machine that can print tactile graphics and a 3-D printer, both of which help to provide learning tools for visually impaired students.

How Disability Access Services assists students through their classes

Jorge Nader, News Contributor
November 10, 2022

Disability Access Services helps students in need of disability accommodations, from note taking technology to sign language interpreters. DAS tries to cover all student's special needs.  DAS is the...

Chain link fencing surrounds construction equipment between Milam Hall and Gilkey Hall on Oregon State University campus on Oct. 21. Usually this space is full of people, but now students and faculty file through the space around one edge of the enclosure.

Opinion: How construction around campus affects students

Jorge Nader, Columnist
November 10, 2022

Construction around campus has impacted students in many ways, the most relevant being the temporary dome located at the Memorial Union Quad.  Imagine this: you have a class in 10 minutes in Milam...

A sculpture installation aptly named Emeritus, created by artist John Grade hangs between the Sequoia trees at the Memorial Union quad at Oregon State University on November 6, 2022 in Corvallis, Ore.
According to Grade, the sculpture is inspired by the form of an ancient tree and is composed of thousands of resin pine cones.

The Sunny Side: OSU assembles sequoia sculpture in parallel to climate change efforts

Katie Livermore, Columnist
November 7, 2022

Descending in the negative space between three Sequoia trees in the Memorial Union quad is “Emeritus,” a sculpture created by John Grade, a sculptor who has pieces installed at Kew Gardens in London,...

The Sunny Side: Accessibility for Wheelchairs on Campus is Not Inclusive

Katie Livermore , Columnist
November 3, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. “Everyone is welcome,” says the banner as you enter...

Tony Arp, the Retail Manager at Bites at the Memorial Union, displays one of the vegan options
that the store offers on Oct. 20th. Arp states that “there were a lot of students looking for
options” in regards to vegan food on campus.

Vegan and Vegetarian Options Lack Variety and Supply on OSU Campus

Katie Livermore , Columnist
November 2, 2022

Following a vegan or vegetarian diet is not an easy task, especially on the Oregon State University campus. Just over 5.5% of the Oregon State University population follows a vegan and vegetarian diet,...

The entrance to Snell Hall on OSU campus on September 27th. While easy to locate, people like OSU graduate, Sarah Ermer, have proclaimed that they, “Didn’t have very much luck at all” when seeking help from CAPS in the past.

Opinion: Can OSU Handle the Growing Student Mental Health Crisis?

Leah Kahn, Columnist
October 20, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. Counseling and Psychological Services at Oregon State are...

Parking lots around OSU campus are full of cars Monday, Oct 3. Monthly and annual permits are completely sold out, so many students park far away, use daily parking passes or adopt other means of transportation.

Opinion: Parking on campus drives you crazy

Leah Kahn, News Contributor
October 20, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. Does parking on campus drive you crazy? Me too! It seems...

Oleg Volkov, a computer science and mathematics major at University of Oregon.Doing various activities to contribute to mental health and wellness including working out at Dixon recreation center on September 5, 2022.

Personal health: The importance of self-care

Cassidy Hicks , Columnist
September 20, 2022

It may feel impossible to get anything done while taking care of yourself; making self-care a routine can go a long way in being able to set and keep your priorities. Self-care is something that everyone...

United States political parties, depicted with a donkey and elephant for the Democratic and Republican parties respectively, fight over the nation. “The larger polarization of politics is being
reflected in the court right now,” said Oregon State University Associate Professor of Political Science Sarah Henderson.

Misa: Two sides in America, and neither is winning

Sam Misa, Columnist
August 1, 2022

I think it’s fair to say that regardless of your political views, the state of the United States government at this moment in time is deeply flawed. Now why is that? The many issues plaguing...

A family enjoys their local Fourth of July parade floats with barbeque and sunshine. Fourth of July is one of two freedom celebrations in Corvallis and across the U.S.

Finkle: More than one Independence Day: looking into Corvallis’ freedom celebrations

Rachel Finkle, Columnist
July 5, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. July 4th, 1776: The day that celebrates the United...

Paige Orals on May 24, a second year student at Oregon State University works in Dixon Recreation Center. She is one of many employees who will get a boost to a 15$ wage this July.

Social Addendum: I’m getting a raise and you deserve one too

Christine Castles, Columnist
June 6, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. Oregon’s minimum wage will increase to $13.50 an hour...

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