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A crowd stands outside the Kerr Administration Building in the afternoon of March 5 to sign a Coalition of Graduate Employees petition.

CGE continues to push for ‘equitable distribution of wealth’ at OSU amid COVID-19

July 30, 2020

As Oregon State University adjusts to the impacts of COVID-19, the OSU Coalition of Graduate Employees continues to push for signatures on their petition, “Chop from the top, build up the bottom.”CGE...

OSU CAPS creates new ‘Black and African-American Student Specialist’ therapist position

July 28, 2020

Following a letter written by Oregon State University student Ruta Faifaiese in response to a statement made by former OSU President Ed Ray, OSU Counseling and Psychological Services is creating a new...

OSU CAPS creates new Black and African-American Student Specialist therapist position

OSU CAPS creates new ‘Black and African-American Student Specialist’ therapist position

July 28, 2020

Following a letter written by Oregon State University student Ruta Faifaiese in response to a statement made by former OSU President Ed Ray, OSU Counseling and Psychological Services is creating a new...

Oregon State Police Trooper Daniel Ketcham speaks with Oregon State University students during a 2019 community fair in the Student Experience Center Plaza. 

OSU extends Oregon State Police services through end of year, delays start of in-house police department

July 20, 2020

Oregon State University’s plans to develop an in-house police force have been put on hold. In a statement on June 30, former OSU President Ed Ray announced the decision to extend Oregon State Police...

The Marine Science Major is geared toward students who want to gain experience in liberal arts disciplines, such as social sciences, public policy, the arts and humanities.

OSU proposes new marine studies major

July 17, 2020

As part of Oregon State University’s Marine Studies Initiative, the OSU College of Liberal Arts is working to implement a new undergraduate major in marine studies. OSU currently offers a number of...

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Local theaters adjust programming, plan for reopening amid COVID-19

July 17, 2020

Since the temporary closure of non-essential businesses earlier this year, Corvallis’ locally-based theaters—including Darkside Cinema, the Whiteside Theatre and the Majestic Theatre—have had to...

The new housing development and Marine Studies building will help fulfill OSU’s Marine Studies Initiative.

OSU develops new housing in Newport, plans to open Marine Studies Building this month

July 14, 2020

Oregon State University will move forward with its new housing development in Newport, Ore., and plans to open a new Marine Studies building at the Hatfield Marine Science Center this month. The new housing...

Daniel López-Cevallos

Daniel López-Cevallos: Adjusting to remote learning as an OSU professor

July 13, 2020

This Q&A is the seventeenth in a 19-part series, "19 COVID-19 Stories," updated on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, diving into the unique perspectives of the Corvallis community as they face COVID-19...

Dan Larson

Dan Larson: University planning in times of uncertainty

July 13, 2020

This Q&A is the sixteenth in a 19-part series, "19 COVID-19 Stories," updated on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, diving into the unique perspectives of the Corvallis community as they face COVID-19...

Dr. Nancy Squires office in Rogers Hall, and a sign that reads Ad Astra Dr. Squires—Ad Astra, Latin for “to the stars”—in the window below. Squires colleague, David Blunck, said Squires met with more students than any other faculty member he knows, and will be remembered for her love and devotion to helping students. 

OSU faculty, students remember senior instructor Dr. Nancy Squires

June 25, 2020

As a senior instructor of mechanical engineering in Oregon State University’s School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, Dr. Nancy Squires often had a line of students out her door...

The transition from high school to college is oftentimes difficult for first-year students, and Oregon State University’s Counseling and Psychological Services offers a wide variety of programs and workshops to support students during their time at OSU.

Students reflect on first-year experiences, share mental health resources

June 22, 2020

This article is a part of the START issue, a guide for all incoming Oregon State University students and their families going through START, which aims to help familiarize them with the campus, college...

Oregon State University’s Counseling and Psychological Services, Student Health Services and Associated Students of OSU Student Legal Services are all available to students during OSU’s transition to remote learning. Accessibility to these services, however, can differ depending on which state students are currently located in. 

CAPS, SHS, Student Legal Services adjust to serve out-of-state students

June 2, 2020

Oregon State University’s Counseling and Psychological Services, Student Health Services and Associated Students of OSU Student Legal Services are all available to students during OSU’s transition...

Peter Banwarth

Peter Banwarth: Diving into the data on COVID-19 in Benton County

May 28, 2020

This Q&A is the fifteenth in a 19-part series, "19 COVID-19 Stories," updated on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, diving into the unique perspectives of the Corvallis community as they face COVID-19...

Benton County, along with other counties across the state, have successfully flattened the curve amid the COVID-19 pandemic, consequently resulting in Phase 1 of Oregon’s reopening plan. However, the risk of a second wave remains.  

Benton County flattens curve, strives to avoid ‘second wave’

May 27, 2020

Benton County, along with other counties across the state, have successfully flattened the curve amid the COVID-19 pandemic, consequently resulting in Phase 1 of Oregon’s reopening plan. However, the...

Sherm Bloomer, the associate vice president of Budget and Resource Planning, shared a graph outlining different budget scenarios that could possibly occur depending on the mode of instruction in the fall, or if the university faces drops in enrollment due to COVID-19.

University Budget Committee plans for uncertainty, financial challenges facing OSU

May 11, 2020

Oregon State University’s University Budget Committee met to discuss budget planning on Friday, May 8, as OSU and higher education institutions across the nation face uncertainty and financial challenges...

Director of Institutional Education for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Jeff Kenney, talks about the input received during the public safety community meeting held over zoom on April 22 and April 23. Kenney helped lead the community sessions, and said key themes that emerged from the dialogues included a desire for public safety officers to represent the demographics of the student body, and a desire to train officers and develop an organizational culture that represents the values of the university. 

OSU community members express concern about police culture, gun violence in public safety dialogues

May 8, 2020

Following the announcement that Oregon State University will develop its own on-campus law enforcement by July 1, the university held two remote Public Safety input sessions on April 22 and 23, in which...

Nicholas Brown and Brian Delmonaco are doctors in Corvallis, Ore. on the front line of the fight against COVID-19.

Nicholas Brown and Brian Delmonaco: Fighting COVID-19 on the front lines

April 20, 2020

This Q&A is the eleventh in a 19-part series, "19 COVID-19 Stories," updated on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, diving into the unique perspectives of the Corvallis community as they face COVID-19...

ASOSU discusses COVID-19, fall term plans, remote student services during town hall

April 19, 2020

The Associated Students of Oregon State University held a town hall on Friday, April 17 to answer questions and discuss the university’s response to COVID-19, along with the services available to students...

ASOSU discusses COVID-19, fall term plans, remote student services during town hall

ASOSU discusses COVID-19, fall term plans, remote student services during town hall

April 19, 2020

The Associated Students of Oregon State University held a town hall on Friday, April 17 to answer questions and discuss the university’s response to COVID-19, along with the services available to students...

Drone photograph of the Memorial Union Quad.

OSU to establish Corvallis Campus Police Department

April 14, 2020

Following a unanimous vote by the Oregon State University Board of Trustees on April 3, 2020, OSU will move forward with developing its own in-house police force by July 1, 2020, the date the university’s...

Chris Mooney is a math teacher and student mentor at Corvallis High School. He has worked at CHS for 12 years as a member of the math department.

Chris Mooney: Teaching high school and home school

April 13, 2020

Updated April 14, 2020: This story has been updated to include an additional quote from Chris Mooney. This Q&A is the eighth in a 19-part series, "19 COVID-19 Stories," updated on Mondays, Wednesdays...

Stephen Fitzgerald, OSU Extension fire specialist, meets with partners to discuss strategies for wildfire management. 

OSU set to launch new fire extension program

April 12, 2020

A new Oregon State University Fire Extension Program is set to launch this summer, with goals of mitigating wildfires and educating communities across the state of Oregon. OSU’s Extension Service was...

Ann Schneider

Ann Schneider: Navigating COVID-19 as a local business owner

April 6, 2020

This Q&A is the fifth in a 19-part series, "19 COVID-19 Stories," updated on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, diving into the unique perspectives of the Corvallis community as they face COVID-19 and...

A screenshot taken on April 3, 2020 shows a slide from the April 3 Board of Trustees Meeting which describes the three 2020-21 school year tuition, mandatory and student incidental fee rate scenarios discussed by the board. Trustees ultimately voted in favor of Scenario B with 11 votes.

Board of Trustees make tuition decisions, vote to move forward on in-house law enforcement

April 4, 2020

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees deliberated and voted on decisions regarding tuition and fees for the 2020-21 school year, reducing student incidental fees for spring 2020 and developing...

Bing Zhuo

Bingyuan Zhuo: Living through a second encounter with quarantines, social distancing

March 27, 2020

Editor's note: Bingyuan Zhuo is employed by Orange Media Network as the marketing team lead, and sometimes works with The Daily Barometer. This Q&A is the first in a 19-part series, "19 COVID-19 Stories,"...

Calabaloo’s student worker Luis Roberts taking food payment from Brooke Sorenson, first year. 

OSU evaluates sick leave policies, aims to keep all current staff employed amid COVID-19 precautions

March 16, 2020

Although events are canceled and classes are being taught remotely through the first weeks of spring, the Oregon State University Corvallis campus will remain open, and many employees will continue to...

OSU Sustainability Report highlights positive trends, room for improvement

OSU Sustainability Report highlights positive trends, room for improvement

March 9, 2020

The Oregon State University Sustainability Office’s recently-released yearly Sustainability Report details how the university achieved a gold rating and the actions that would be required to achieve...

At WinCo in Corvallis, Ore., hygiene supplies such as hand sanitizer and face masks are out of stock. However, Chunhuei Chi, OSU professor of global health and health management and policy director for the OSU Center of Global Health, says there is no need to panic at this time, and community members should just remain vigilant for possible community outbreaks and use good hygiene practices like frequent hand washing.  

OSU currently low risk for coronavirus, developing outbreak plan

March 9, 2020

Oregon State University is currently considered low-risk at the time of print following the fourteen cases of the COVID-19 strain of coronavirus in Oregon that prompted Governor Kate Brown to declare a...

A sign giving details about the City of Corvallis’ use of solar power, including four solar sites within the city. Funding for this site was provided by Pacific Power’s Blue Sky Initiative and the city government.

Corvallis, local utilities work to implement renewable energy programs

March 2, 2020

The City of Corvallis and local power companies such as Pacific Power and Consumers Power Inc. have implemented renewable energy programs in order to reduce the area’s contribution to climate change.Pacific...

An OSU-Cascades kinesiology student works with a trained physical therapist.

OSU-Cascades to launch state’s first public Doctor of Physical Therapy program

February 17, 2020

Oregon State University-Cascades in Bend, Ore. will launch a new Doctor of Physical Therapy program, the first public DPT program in the state of Oregon, in fall 2021. Christine Pollard, an associate...

Postdoctoral Research Associate Christopher Dunn, right, shakes hands with Interim Dean for the College of Forestry, Anthony S. Davis as he receives the Dean’s Award for “Special Service to the College of Forestry.” Dunn received this award for his efforts with Governor Kate Brown’s Wildfire Council to update and improve fire management policies and procedures at OSU.

OSU research associate uses technology to combat wildfires

February 10, 2020

New digital tools, computer mapping and research from Oregon State University aims to mitigate and manage wildfires, as well as prepare for a future of intense climate-change-induced fire seasons, according...

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OSU Educational Opportunities Program to commemorate 50th anniversary with sit-in

February 3, 2020

Oregon State University’s Educational Opportunities Program will celebrate its history and 50th anniversary with a sit-in event in the Memorial Union on Friday, Feb. 7, from 1-6 p.m.EOP was originally...

Jason Dorsette, a Ph.D student at OSU and an Educational Opportunities Program staff member, stressed the importance of community members participating in the Black Minds Matter course, calling it, “our collective obligations.”

Black Minds Matter course strives to combat inequities in education

January 27, 2020

This term, Oregon State University’s Educational Opportunities Program and Advancing Academic Equity for Student Success is hosting Black Minds Matter, a free course that focuses on issues impacting...

Noah Miller and Paraskevi Markopoulos enjoy an early morning coffee at Coffee Culture.

Best of 2020: Corvallis coffee shops

January 21, 2020

First Place: Dutch Bros.Corvallis coffee shops work to create a warm atmosphere and a sense of belonging, bringing students and the community together. For this year’s “Best of Coffee: off campus”...

The Darkside Cinema sign hangs above the main entrance of the theater.

Best of 2020: Corvallis movie theaters

January 21, 2020

First place: AMC CLASSIC Corvallis 12AMC Classic Theatre has been serving the Corvallis, Ore. community for three years at their Northeast Circle Boulevard location. This year, it was selected by the Oregon...

The Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center has served the community from its north Corvallis location since 1975. Residents of Corvallis can be treated for COVID-19 and receive the vaccine in this facility.   

Best of 2020: OSU, Corvallis healthcare providers

January 21, 2020

First Place: OSU Student Health ServicesStudent Health Services was selected by Oregon State University students and the Corvallis community as the best place to receive healthcare.Student Health Services...

Freshman Anna-Kate Treske studies in Bing’s Cafe inside Weatherford which offers a variety of foods, coffees and teas.

Best of 2020: OSU on-campus coffee

January 21, 2020

First place: JavaStopIn the heart of Oregon State University, across from the main lounge on the mezzanine level of the Memorial Union, is JavaStop: a small and cozy cafe that offers Portland Roasting...

Darius Northern, founder of People of Colour clothing, wears some of his merchandise. Since The Barometer last spoke with Northern, in Nov. 2018, he has expanded his brand. 

OSU graduate’s clothing brand, People of Colour, continues to grow

January 13, 2020

In 2017, Darius Northern began making shirts in his bedroom to wear to class. Now, in 2020, he’s quit his part-time job with the National Guard, graduated from Oregon State University and works full-time...

The OSU School of Writing, Literature and Film’s Visiting Writers Series, a series which brings nationally and internationally recognized authors to OSU, will be featuring Namwali Serpell. Serpell will visit OSU on Thursday, Jan. 9. 

Writer Namwali Serpell to visit OSU

January 6, 2020

Zambian writer Namwali Serpell will visit Oregon State University on Thursday, Jan. 9 as part of the School of Writing, Literature and Film’s Visiting Writers Series, a series which brings nationally...

Fairbanks will feature the Print Arts Northwest exhibition untill Dec. 4. 

Fairbanks Gallery exhibits artwork of local printmakers

November 25, 2019

An exhibition of local printmaking, entitled ‘Print Arts Northwest’, will be on display at Oregon State University’s Fairbanks Gallery from Nov. 4 to Dec. 4. Originally started in 1981 as the Northwest...

Oregon State University President Ed Ray has served in his role as president since 2003.

Presidential search down to four candidates

November 18, 2019

The Oregon State University Board of Trustees is making progress in its search for the 15th president of OSU.Last Tuesday and Wednesday, the Board of Trustees and a group of OSU stakeholders, community...

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ASOSU prepares for student fee-setting process

November 4, 2019

As week five comes to a close, the Associated Students of Oregon State University have focused their efforts on preparing for the student fee-setting process, extending previous initiatives and working...

Oregon State University English instructor, Emily Elbom, teaches a technical writing class, one of multiple English classes offered at OSU.

OSU proposes new creative writing major

October 28, 2019

After years of deliberation and planning, Oregon State University’s School of Writing, Literature and Film is working to implement a new major in creative writing. Keith Scribner, director of the Master...

OSU’s Black Student Union walks off campus near the campus gates.

The impact of the walkout, 50 years later

June 3, 2019

In 1969, African American student Fred Milton was cut from the Oregon State University football team for refusing to cut his hair and beard, despite his coach’s insistence. This control and forced conformity...

OSU Swimming member Brooke Hofmann swims backstroke during a swim meet. Hofmann holds the ninth best time in OSU history for the 100 meter backstroke with a count of 56.31 seconds.

Women’s swimming cut adheres to Title IX regulations

May 28, 2019

After the discontinuation of the Oregon State University Swimming team earlier this year, 21 female student-athletes were cut, raising potential questions about OSU’s compliance with Title IX. Title...

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OSU to host second annual Malcolm X Solidarity Iftar

May 23, 2019

On Thursday, Oregon State University’s Ettihad Cultural Center, Muslim Student Association and African Student Association will host the second annual Malcolm X Solidarity Iftar in the Memorial Union...

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OSU celebrates Mental Health Awareness Month

May 20, 2019

Over the month of May, Oregon State University is celebrating mental health awareness month, which included kicking off OSU’s new mental health support group, the Beavers Belong Support Network. Nationally,...

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OSU to host first academic conference devoted to rock band Phish

May 16, 2019

From May 17-19, Oregon State University will host the first Phish Studies Conference, a program devoted to research about the rock band Phish, along with their fans and culture.The program includes more...

Oregon State Softball Head Coach Laura Berg has an Olympic medal from four separate Olympic games, along with multiple other accolades.  

OSU Softball Coach in running to coach Olympic team

May 6, 2019

Oregon State University softball head coach and Olympian Laura Berg has recently been called up for a chance to coach the 2020 Olympic softball team. Berg, who played softball for Fresno State, first...

Colleagues, community remember photojournalist David Gilkey killed in field

Colleagues, community remember photojournalist David Gilkey killed in field

May 6, 2019

Correction: This article has been updated to correctly reflect the location where Cheryl Hatch contracted a life-threatening illness.Photojournalist David Gilkey, whose photography and legacy is currently...

History Professor Paul Kopperman has been on the Holocaust Memorial Week planning committee for 33 years, and been the chairman for 26 years. Kopperman says as time continues to pass, Holocaust memories and primary sources are slowly fading away.

Oregon State University hosts Holocaust Memorial Week

April 29, 2019

This week, Oregon State University will hold four on-campus events in observance of Holocaust Memorial Week. Paul Kopperman, professor of history, chairs the Holocaust Memorial Committee, which is responsible...

A woman walks through the Medecins Sans Frontieres (Doctors Without Borders) field hospital compound inside the United Nations Protection of Civilians Site near Bentiu, South Sudan. The camp is home to more than 120,000, including many children suffering from severe malnutrition, malaria, tuberculosis and diarrhea.

OSU honors alumnus photojournalist killed in war zone

April 15, 2019

An exhibition of National Public Radio photojournalist David Gilkey’s work, entitled ‘Reporters Without Borders and Pictures on the Radio present: A Tribute To David Gilkey’, will be on display at...

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Plan to implement history graduate degree gains traction

April 8, 2019

Oregon State University, has roughly 220 students pursuing a bachelor’s degree in history. Yet, OSU does not offer a graduate program in history for students hoping to continue their education after...

Colson Whitehead

Pulitzer Prize-winning author to receive Stone Award at OSU

April 1, 2019

Author Colson Whitehead will present at Oregon State University and be awarded the Stone Award for Literary Achievement, a biennial award presented to an author of a critically acclaimed work by the OSU...

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DamDiverse showcases student voices

March 11, 2019

DamDiverse, a blog run by three Oregon State University students, was recently invited to share their work at the Roseland Theater in Portland as part of a show called “Reflect,” presented by the independent...

Mental Health

Beavers Belong Support Network strives to build mental health community, belonging

February 25, 2019

Applications are now open for leadership positions with the new Beavers Belong Support Network, a program created to build community and foster belonging among Oregon State University students who may...

Journalism

Resurrecting OSU’s journalism program

February 25, 2019

Editor’s note: The Daily Barometer is part of Orange Media Network.Students now have the opportunity to join a program aiming to further their communicative and journalistic skills, with Oregon State...

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Renters insurance can prevent surprise bills

February 18, 2019

For the cost of around $10-15 per month, students living off-campus can protect their personal belongings and property in cases of perils like theft, vandalism and fire and water damage with a renters...

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Discounts offered for on-campus housing

February 18, 2019

Although Oregon State University students typically seek off-campus housing after their first year in residence halls, students who decide to continue living on-campus receive special benefits and discounts...

Drone photograph of the Memorial Union Quad.

ASOSU Election 2019: voting window now open

February 17, 2019

Monday is the first day students may cast their vote in the Associated Students of Oregon State University election.Students may cast their digital ballots on the ASOSU website, via a personalized link...

Racist Past

Oregon’s Racist Past: A History

February 11, 2019

Oregon entered statehood as a free state 160 years ago on Feb. 14, 1859. However, its origin is steeped in racial discrimination. A clause of the state’s constitution that was set in place upon its entry...

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‘Opening a window’ to education

February 4, 2019

Editor’s note: Some quotes in this story have been translated from Spanish to English.Each year, Oregon State University’s federally funded High School Equivalency Program serves a total of 38 students...

Members of the Student Fee Committee discuss budget proposals during a brief recess.

Krening: In support of OSU Athletics’ student ticket fee

January 30, 2019

After contentious debate regarding Oregon State University Athletics' student ticket fee at the Associated Students of OSU joint session on Jan. 16, Athletics’ proposed fee of $41 per term was rejected...

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Government shutdown affects OSU research funding, government assistance programs

January 22, 2019

To date, the current government shutdown is longest in the history of the United States, lasting a total of 33 days and impacting individuals across the nation, and right here at Oregon State University.Consequently,...

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OSU schedules public forums for discussing tuition rates, seeks student input

January 17, 2019

Oregon State University students and community members are being presented with a new opportunity to provide input regarding future tuition levels.  In preparation for the 2019-20 school year, the University...

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Krening: Tunnel vision regarding MLK Jr.’s beliefs undermines legacy

January 14, 2019

Just over a decade after he was killed, Martin Luther King Jr. had become the personification of the Civil Rights Movement—a safe figure for the era, one in which both the political left and right aimed...

Tau Kappa Epslion is one of the six fraternities within the Affiliated Housing Program. 

Squatter surprise prompts Tau Kappa Epsilon to double down on security

January 10, 2019

Tau Kappa Epsilon, an Oregon State University fraternity, is implementing extra security measures to avoid further surprises like the notification that squatters had lived in and vandalized their house...

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University program aids students from migrant backgrounds to encourage timely graduation

January 7, 2019

Each year, a cohort of 35 first-years join OSU, after overcoming a childhood spent in many places in search of work, as part of the College Assistance Migrant Program. CAMP is a grant-based federally...

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‘Real Talk’ off the field

January 7, 2019

Real Talk, a program led by the Student-Athlete Development branch of Oregon State University Athletics, meets bi-weekly and was created to help foster community and create a safe space for minority student-athletes...

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‘I wanted to make something for us:’ Local brand, People of Colour, aims to start discussion on discrimination

November 26, 2018

In a darkly lit corner of Memorial Union, the sun peered through a hazy window pane as Darius Northern gazed out at people passing by below. He sat, composed and collected, observing the students as they...

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In pursuit of excellence: OSU Men’s Soccer’s comeback

November 19, 2018

In 2017, Oregon State University Men’s Soccer was ranked second-to-last in the PAC-12. Yet, with the ushering in of a new coaching staff and culture, the Beavers have propelled to second in the conference...

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STEM students develop National Society of Black Engineers chapter

November 13, 2018

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics students of color who may have experienced the uncomfortable pressure of a classroom full of stares, like engineering student Mar’quis Bryant-Morgan,...

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Valley Library implements review board

November 13, 2018

As a result of student feedback, Oregon State University’s first meeting of the new Library Services Review Board is scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 13 at 4 p.m. The Library Service Review Board was created...

(Left) Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer Charlene Alexander and (right) Chair of the Architectural Naming Committee Steve Clark discuss the renaming evaluation.

We Have Work to Do campaign seeks to ‘articulate OSU’s values’

November 5, 2018

In 2017, there were only 7,660 students of color out of the 25,838 undergraduate students attending Oregon State University. In an effort to promote diversity at OSU, the Office of Institutional Diversity...

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Obstacles, barriers attributed to low turnout for college-aged voters

October 29, 2018

In the upcoming midterm election, younger generations make up a significant bloc of eligible voters in the United States. Yet, if past voting patterns persist, it is unlikely they will make an impact on...

Sophomore outside hitter Maddie Goings (RIGHT) communicates to senior middle blocker Maddy Gravley (LEFT) after California scores on a kill. 

OSU Volleyball falls to California in three

October 21, 2018

After falling to No. 2 Stanford on Friday, Oregon State Volleyball was swept by California this afternoon at Gill Coliseum with a final score of 0-3. The Beavers now fall to 10-12 overall and 0-10 in conference...

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