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Rodent trap outside West Hall on Oct. 20, in Corvallis, Ore.
These traps are used to prevent mice and other rodents from entering the building by capturing them in a live trap.

OSU’s persistent mice problem sneaks by students for decades

November 11, 2021

Oregon State University is treating mice on campus using similar measures they have used in the past, but some students are only now becoming aware of the issue. Steve Clark, vice president of University...

Harjasleen Gulati

Student on the Street: What holidays do you celebrate and which ones are you looking forward to the most?

November 1, 2021

Harjasleen Gulati (she/her) Senior computer science major “I am looking forward to Thanksgiving because I will be home with my family. I am looking forward to Diwali, that’s a holiday we...

Gwendolyn Mitchell visited The Little Gallery at Kidder Hall on Oct. 19. On Nov. 1, the Universal Languages exhibition will open for the community to learn about language and its objective value.

Upcoming ‘Universal Languages’ art exhibition ‘celebrates our world of many cultures’

October 30, 2021

A new art exhibit is coming to the Little Gallery inside Kidder Hall at Oregon State University from Nov. 1 to Dec. 17 that will represent the universal aspects of humans. The exhibition, which is called...

Board of Trustees members listen to community member concerns during a board meeting on Friday inside the Memorial Union. Many of the community members spoke about environmental concerns and a lack of communication with the board.

OSU Board of Trustees announces potential board members, discusses high enrollment

October 9, 2021

An Oregon State University faculty member, a student and a staff member are among five candidates who have been nominated to serve on the Board of Trustees.  In a meeting on Friday, Rani Borkar, chair...

Dr. Jennifer Barrington checks a Black Lab for an ear infection during a house call on Sept. 24, 2021 in Corvallis, Ore. Veterinarians have seen an unexpected uptick since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and are still struggling to take care of their patients without long wait times.

COVID-19 continues to add pressure to local veterinarian services

October 4, 2021

COVID-19 continues to limit many industries services across the world, including veterinarian practices in Corvallis, Ore. It is no surprise that veterinary hospitals are experiencing some heat from...

Rebecca Freeby and Grae Addams hold up signs protesting Texas’s Senate Bill 8 at Central Park in Corvallis, Ore. on Oct. 2. SB8 restricts most abortions in the state of Texas after six weeks of pregnancy.

Corvallis citizens protest in support of reproductive rights

October 2, 2021

A Women’s March was held Saturday, Oct. 2 at 11 a.m. at Central Park in Corvallis, Ore. to protest Texas’s Senate Bill 8 which limits abortion access.  Hundreds of community members gathered at...

The Student Experience Center on OSUs Corvallis, Ore. campus serves as the newest COVID-19 testing site starting Sept. 22. The university says the SEC was selected as a testing site because it has a newer ventilation system and promotes easier access for students.

New COVID-19 testing site for unvaccinated students at SEC

September 29, 2021

Unvaccinated students and staff who are required to follow Oregon State University COVID-19 safety guidelines can now be tested at the Student Experience Center or the LaSells Stewart Center. With students...

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