The Student News Site of Oregon State University

The Daily Barometer

The Daily Barometer

The Daily Barometer

All content by Sam Misa
The Runway Fashion Exchange located in downtown Corvallis, Ore. at 264 SW Madison Ave.
The business has had to close down its basement where it housed its men’s clothing department due to both an employee shortage as well as a lack of business this past year; however, as a result of the return of students to campus, they have a revived workforce and the customers to support it.

There is ‘light at the end of the tunnel’ for local businesses amidst budget cuts, worker shortage

November 29, 2021

Suffering from a lack of customers and a lack of workers, many Corvallis, Ore. busi- nesses are still adjusting to a new nor- mal two years after the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Simon Date...

Student Phlebotomist Barbara Miller prepares a COVID-19 Rapid PCR test in the testing tent behind Student Health Services on Nov. 8, 2021. SHS conducts COVID-19 testing for both vaccinated and non-vaccinated students.

Modern Issues Scrutinized Accordingly: Vaccine, natural immunity should end masking

November 29, 2021

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. Masking may be on its way out on campus because those with...

Oregon State redshirt-junior inside linebacker Jack Colletto after scoring a 47-yard rushing touchdown for the Beavers at Reser Stadium on Nov. 20. The Beavers would go on to win the game by a score of 24-10, giving them their seventh win of the season, and making them undefeated at home since 2000.

Oregon State football picks up seventh win on the season, finishes undefeated at home since 2000

November 21, 2021

Teams visiting Reser Stadium beware: Beaver Nation is a component of the game, and they proved it for the sixth and final time last night against the Arizona State University Sun Devils. Following a...

Center Director Kaku-Ixt Mana Ina Haws and Assistant Professor, School of Language, Culture, and Society Luhui Whitebear poses in a mask acknowledging Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. The image of a red handprint has come to symbolize the MMIW movement as a way to represent the thousands of women who have been silenced.

‘We ought to be doing more’ for Native American Heritage Month

November 1, 2021

Though there are more than 400 Native Americans living in Corvallis, Ore., which is located on Kalapuya land, Luhui Whitebear said “there isn’t much in town for Indigenous folk outside of Ina Haws.” Whitebear...

Load More Stories