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People rush through the snow on Thursday in front of the Memorial Union. A blip of snow hit Corvallis on the first day of December which seemed to catch everyone off guard.

Brief Blizzard Sweeps Corvallis

December 1, 2022

As Oregon State University students sat in their classrooms at 1 p.m. this afternoon, eyes strayed from lectures to windows as a downfall of snow transformed campus into a momentary winter wonderland. “It...

Chain link fencing surrounding the Memorial Union quad on on Oct. 21. The construction in the MU quad and around Milam Hall has been a source of disruption to those traversing campus.

How OSU handles its upkeep of historic buildings

November 28, 2022

As you walk through campus, you might hear loud crashes and bangs of construction on Milam Hall, one of Oregon State University’s more historic buildings.  For some time now, Milam Hall’s roof...

Third year english/creative writing major, Nathaniel Hall (he/him), is interviewed on his thoughts about student loan forgiveness and how it would affect him.

Student On the Street: What Does Student Loan Forgiveness Mean to You?

November 28, 2022

Nathaniel Hall (he/him) third-year English and creative writing major  Hall recently applied for student loan forgiveness. “It definitely made me feel pretty excited. As an English major,...

Robert Allen, a sophomore majoring in Electrical and Computer Engineering, working to modify a car for their groups’ child on Nov. 8th, at Oregon State University in the IMPACT lab. They work on modifying the cars so that children with disabilities can play with these cars.

Adapted Activity Labs at OSU serve children and individuals with disabilities

November 28, 2022

While some Oregon State University students are relaxing on Friday night, others are in the Women’s Building exercising. Some students are doing math problems in their classes, and others are on their...

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

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,...

Current Corvallis mayor Biff Traber gives a speech at the CARDV vigil, Oct. 24. The vigil aimed to shed light on domestic violence and rape in addition to sharing ways to help.

CARDV holds vigil for domestic violence awareness month

November 4, 2022

“Domestic Violence hotlines across the country receive over 200,000 calls every single day from survivors and the people who are close to them, looking for support and services.” In a sea of purple...

Corvallis Police Department issues advice to keep residents safe on roadways

Corvallis Police Department issues advice to keep residents safe on roadways

November 3, 2022

The Corvallis community has suffered multiple collisions involving our Corvallis citizens and an OSU student in the past two months alone.  On Sept. 5, a collision involving three pedestrians and a...

(Left to right) Gustavo Esparza, Yanci Hernandez, Ricardo Contreras, Ken Crouse, and OMN writer Katie Livermore meet in the CLU room at Garfield Elementary School on Sept. 30.

A Key in the Corvallis Community: Casa Latinos Unidos

November 3, 2022

When you walk into the office of Casa Latinos Unidos, you’re welcomed by friendly faces who share a passion for helping others. “Casa Latinos Unidos is what is known as a culturally specific organization...

Radiation Oncologist Joins multiple Movements for Single-Payer Healthcare

Radiation Oncologist Joins multiple Movements for Single-Payer Healthcare

November 3, 2022

“There are many students and older people like us, like me, that are deeply aware of the flaws and unfairness in our system.” Dr. Mike Huntington is a retired radiation oncologist and Corvallis...

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

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

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,...

Hazel holds a sign while walking down 4th street in downtown Corvallis. Hazel was advocating for women’s rights at the Women’s Wave on Saturday.

Womens’ Wave Rally held Saturday for women’s rights

October 10, 2022

“Seriously?! Grandma already marched for this!”  This was just one of the many phrases held on a wave of signs that were honked at by passersby in support of the Women’s Wave on Saturday morning...

The beginning construction phases of a temporary tent in the Memorial Union Quad on Oct. 3. Fundraisers, much like this upcoming event, have assisted Oregon State University by providing
money for scholarships, faculty positions, and university wide projects.

Construction on the MU Quad: Large Tent for Upcoming University-Wide Campaign

October 10, 2022

A temporary building for events set to open Oct. 14 is under construction, taking up the whole Memorial Union Quad on Oregon State University's Corvallis Ore. campus. According to a press release sent...

Photo courtesy of Lt. Eaton

Lt. Ryan Eaton of Corvallis PD graduates from national FBI academy

October 5, 2022

Lieutenant Ryan Eaton of the Corvallis Police Department graduated from the National FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia.  Eaton is part of the one percent of law enforcement officers around the world...

The beginning construction phases of a temporary tent in the Memorial Union Quad on Oct. 3. The tent is being built as a location for a fundraising event that will be held from Oct. 14 to Oct 16.

MU Quad construction, large tent built for upcoming university-wide campaign

October 4, 2022

A temporary building for events set to open Oct. 14 is under construction, taking up the whole Memorial Union Quad on Oregon State University's Corvallis Ore. campus. According to a press release sent...

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