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In a photo taken for the June 2022 issue, senior wrestler Devan Turner (left) is seen receiving congratulations from the OSU wrestling program’s head coach, Chris Pendleton (center), and associate head coach, Nate Engel, during his senior night on Feb. 4 inside of Gill Coliseum. Pendleton and Engel are helping assist the women’s wrestling camp held by the DAM RTC on Aug. 13 and 14.

Beaver Dam RTC holds all-girls wrestling camp at OSU

August 13, 2022

Coming into his first year as head wrestling coach in 2020, one of Chris Pendleton’s main goals was revamping Oregon State University's Regional Training Center. The first all-girls wrestling camp...

An image from September 2020 pictures Andrea Haverkamp (center), president of the Coalition of Graduate Employees, raising a fist in the air, signaling a chant to fellow protesters in February of 2020.

CGE’s ongoing fight for labor rights bolstered by new contract ratification

August 11, 2022

Equity, accountability, respect and job security. Those were the four tenets that the Coalition of Graduate Employees took into mind when formulating a new contract to support over 1,800 unionized Oregon...

Withycomb Hall at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Ore. on Aug. 3. The OSU College of Liberal Arts and Theater are all shifting their spaces with the addition of a new performing arts building and the reopening of Fairbanks Hall.

Move from Withycombe Hall signals new era for OSU Theatre

August 11, 2022

Coinciding with rehearsals for “Twelfth Night,” Oregon State University’s Theatre Department is moving out of Withycombe Hall to make room for a new dairy plant in collaboration with Tillamook. For...

Photos taken in 2019, courtesy of Open Streets Corvallis volunteer, Nick Kline.

Open Streets Corvallis returns after two-year hiatus

August 11, 2022

After a two year hiatus, the Open Streets Corvallis festival will return from 12-4 p.m. on Aug. 14, temporarily closing Polk Ave, Lincoln Ave, and parts of surrounding roads. Open Streets is a free...

Actors began dress rehearsals for “Bard in the Quad” in front of the Memorial Union at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Ore. on July 31. “Bard in the Quad” began in 2006 and its mission is to present innovative, quality outdoor Shakespeare productions to the OSU campus.

Oregon State University presents “Twelfth Night” for 17th annual Bard in the Quad

August 3, 2022

Bringing together a mix of alumni, current students and community members, Bard in the Quad returns for its 17th season this summer to present the Shakesperian romp “Twelfth Night.” “Twelfth...

Kettlebell weights at Dixon Recreation
Center. In previous summer terms, only
enrolled students could utilize the Dixon
facilities, but this year any student can work
out for free.

OSU students can now work out for free this summer at Dixon Recreation Center

August 1, 2022

For the first time in Dixon Recreation Center’s history, all students are able to access the facilities free of charge during the summer term. Since its opening in 1976, Dixon Recreation Center...

Signage at Dixon Recreation Center tells OSU community members that the spa is currently
closed. The Dixon Spa has been closed to students since early 2020.

Dixon Recreation Center’s spa to be replaced pending Board of Trustees approval

August 1, 2022

Tucked away within Steven’s Natatorium, Dixon Recreation Center’s hot tub has sat idle since the winter term of 2020. “The hot tub had maintenance issues for many years,” Associate Director...

A photo illustration of a thermometer in front of the Benton County Courthouse on June 29 in
Corvallis, Ore. Despite the recent heavy precipitation thoughout this spring, experts maintain that
preparedness is essential for this upcoming wildfire season.

Oregon’s spring precipitation expected to have low impact on fire season

July 5, 2022

Despite temperatures beginning to rise for the summer, many Oregonians are optimistic that 2022’s high levels of precipitation will reduce wildfires in the state. Following the dry spell that led...

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