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First year business administration major, Ismael Rodriguez, smiles deeply as he
impresses himself with his finger plucked mexican guitar at the Dia de los Muertos night at the
Kaku-Ixt Mana Ina Haws Nov. 2. Rodriguez has played some guitar before this
event, but was very nervous to play for so many people.

Oregon State University celebrates Día de los Muertos

November 11, 2022

Día de los Muertos is a tradition of Latin-American origin celebrated on November 1 and 2 in countries such as Mexico, Bolivia, Perú and Guatemala among others. This year Kaku-Ixt Mana Ina Haws and...

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

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

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...

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