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Hannah Lull

Hannah Lull, Copy Editor

Fourth-year creative writing major, minoring in applied journalism.

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Professor Elizabeth Barstow (she/her) sits in her office in Milam Hall on Friday, Nov 3, 2023. Though Barstow is a professor of Religious Studies at Oregon State University, she herself identifies as an Atheist.

Religious studies professor speaks on agnostic beliefs

Hannah Lull, News Contributor
December 4, 2023

Imagine you’re an expert in a career, yet you're not associated with it at all. You’re devoted to your line of work and passionate about its teachings, though you never incorporate it into your personal...

Summer sees decline in on-campus crimes, police say

Summer sees decline in on-campus crimes, police say

Hannah Lull, News Contributor
September 4, 2023

With many students off-campus for the summer, Oregon State University’s Department of Public Safety say they have seen a decrease in the number of crimes reported. Around 35,000 students were enrolled...

Avery Sinks (she/her) poses in front of a laptop and wifi router on July 18. Students use
the internet for their studies all the time, this money will potentially aid better overall
access.

Nearly $700 million will be funded to Oregon for internet access

Hannah Lull, News Contributor
August 7, 2023

Approximately $700 million  will be provided  to Oregon to improve internet access by dispersing these funds in areas lacking internet connectivity and speed.  The Biden-Harris Administration launched...

Fentanyl infographic with information sourced from the Drug Enforcement Administration.

Oregon measure to include fentanyl in drug education system

Hannah Lull, News Contributor
July 11, 2023

An Oregon law going into effect in 2024 will require schools educate children in the dangers of certain drugs, particularly fentanyl, and the laws associated with these drugs. Many aspects of the bill...

Ceili of the Valley dancers.

Celtic performances, Japanese music, fair and rodeo comes to Corvallis this summer

Hannah Lull, News Contributor
July 3, 2023

Summer can be a sense of belonging, where communities of people all emerge from their homes in order to soak in the sun. Music is heard from down the street. The air smells of cheeseburgers and watermelon....

The southtown Corvallis apartments construction site on June 6. The apartments being built are for low-income individuals and are expected to be completed Fall of 2024.

New apartment complex opening in south Corvallis next year

Hannah Lull, News Contributor
June 9, 2023

By the fall of 2024, Corvallis will have a new apartment complex geared explicitly towards lower-income individuals. Union at Pacific Highway, developed by The Annex Group, will offer 174 apartments to...

Photo illustration depicting Kylie Andrews (she/her), first year student at Oregon State University, squats to check growth of plants at Calvin Community Gardens on Feb. 25. Having a community garden is vital to being able to grow your own food.

Opinion: Calvin Community Garden and the high demand for gardening in Corvallis

Hannah Lull, Columnist
April 19, 2023

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. Gardening is becoming more popular, especially with springtime...

Redshirt-sophomore football player, Josh Green (left), and redshirt-sophomore volleyball player Nya Buckner (right), posing for a photo after a football game against the University of Washington Huskies at Reser Staidum in Corvallis, Ore. on Oct. 2, 2021. The couple enojoying spending time with one another outside of their athletic commitments.

Love at first spike: Oregon State student-athletes, Josh Green and Nya Buckner, share their love story

Hannah Lull, Sports Contributor
February 7, 2022

In the world of college athletics, it is very possible for a pair of star-crossed athletes from different sports to pursue a relationship with one another. Josh Green, a redshirt-sophomore punter on...

Jade Carey celebrates with her team after her performance on the uneven bars, earning a perfect score for Oregon State.

Jade Carey scores a perfect 10 against ASU

Hannah Lull, Print Contributor
February 6, 2022

  This Saturday, Oregon State University’s Women’s Gymnastics hosted a home meet against Arizona State University at 5:30 p.m. at Gill Coliseum. The Beavers not only won the meet with a score of 197.375...

OSU gymnasts win their first tri-meet of the season

OSU gymnasts win their first tri-meet of the season

Hannah Lull, Print Contributor
January 16, 2022

Oregon State University Women’s Gymnastics held their first meet of the 2021-22 season, competing against University of Washington and San Jose State University on Jan. 15 at Gill Coliseum. The Beavers...

Oregon State freshman gymnasts Carley Beeman sticks a landing on her uneven bars routine in Gil Coliseum on Nov. 20 at the Orange and Black Exhibition. The Orange and Black Scrimmage was the first time fans were allowed at an OSU gymnastics meet since March 24, 2020.

OSU gymnastics welcomes fans back with Orange and Black Exhibition

Hannah Lull, Sports Contributor
November 20, 2021

The Oregon State gymnastics team Orange and Black Exhibition scrimmage at Gill Coliseum this Friday as a way to kick off their 2021-22 season. The scrimmage was the entire gymnastics team being divided...

Photo of Kerry Eggers

Former Barometer Writer, Kerry Eggers, and His New Book

Hannah Lull, Sports Contributor
November 7, 2021

Kerry Eggers knew he wanted to be a writer since 6th grade. His dad was a sports information director at Oregon State University and he used to watch him work, slowly becoming inspired to someday...

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