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OSU Marching Band, Color Guard, Cheer grateful to perform in front of fans once again

November 1, 2021

Most athletes say that they feed off of the energy from the fans, who push them to keep performing at their best. Just ask Olivia Schultz, a member of the Oregon State Colorguard team. “Fans have...

Beerhaus is a German inspired bar and restaurant located in downtown Corvallis, Ore. The creation of Beerhaus
started with the idea to provide the Corvallis community with a brand-new German inspired bar to create
unique experiences for families, couples and college students alike.

New central-European restaurant seeks to provide unique food, experiences

October 14, 2021

A new Bavarian experience on the corner of Jackson Avenue and 1st Street is available to any-and-all lovers of beer, wine and central-European food. Introducing: Beerhaus Tap House. Beerhaus is owned...

Oregon State University students returned to campus Sept. 22 for in-person classes and activities. Faculty members express what they look forward to once classes start after a year and a half of remote learning.

Faculty, staff serve as pillars of strength for students as in-person classes return to OSU

September 27, 2021

With the start of fall term, thousands of people are finally able to learn, live and teach at Oregon State University. Triumphantly returning alongside the students are hundreds of their professors,...

Researchers push out a measurement buoy onto the ocean currents. These buoys measure weather variables such as wave height that are considered in wave energy research facilities.  

PacWave, OSU’s Wave Energy Testing Facility, has been federally approved

July 6, 2021

After an almost 10-year approval process, the estimated $82 million wave energy research facility, PacWave, has been licensed and approved to operate seven miles southwest off the coast of Newport, Ore.PacWave...

Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, signs requiring masks within Oregon State University buildings have been posted up around campus; pictured here are signs in the Memorial Union on the OSU Corvallis, Ore. campus. With the COVID-19 mask and social distancing policies being lifted in the state of Oregon on June 30, OSU will also lift these policies. 

OSU to lift COVID-19 restrictions on June 30

June 29, 2021

Oregon State University’s COVID-19 face mask and social distancing policies will be lifted on June 30, along with the rest of the state of Oregon.Oregon Governor Kate Brown announced on June 25 that...

A photo illustration of a graduating student opening up Zoom to view the 2021 Commencement ceremony. While more students and Corvallis, Ore. residents are getting vaccinated, the school believes it is best that the graduation ceremony for both campuses be held virtually. Each student eligible for graduation will have a slide that will be shown on the screen during the ceremony. If the student turned in a slide before May 15, it will have a picture they have uploaded along with a quote/message in under 120 characters. 

Oregon State’s 2021 Commencement ceremony to be different than years prior

June 7, 2021

As the school year draws to a formal close, Oregon State University’s Commencement weekend will be a different experience than prior years for graduates, their families and faculty.Commencement weekend...

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OSU announces in-person Commencement activities for Corvallis graduates

May 25, 2021

Oregon State University will host an in-person celebratory processional for the Corvallis graduates of the class of 2020 and 2021 on June 11.The event will take place from 12:30 to 3 p.m., before the virtual...

City of Corvallis Ward 1 Council Woman Jan Napack can be seen by homesteads underneath the Corvallis bridge. The city of Corvallis has passed legislation around these homestead with a focus on relocation and safety for taxpayers.

Corvallis to begin clearing illegal camps in mid-May

April 27, 2021

A Corvallis City Council meeting in early April saw the passing of an ordinance that will fully enforce Corvallis’ illegal camping laws that state there can be no tents set up within 50 feet of sidewalks,...

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