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Nationwide March for Science comes to Corvallis

Valerie Maule, Multimedia Contributor
April 24, 2017

“What do we want? Science! When do we want it? After peer review!”Chants such as these could be heard from the nearly one thousand people who walked in the Corvallis March for Science, one of many...

Joy Run provides some students with food delivery, others with quick cash

Valerie Maule, Multimedia Contributor
April 20, 2017

Looking for a way to make a quick buck? Wanting to get food but not wanting to leave the couch to do so?Well, a new app is in town, and it is called Joy Run.Joy Run is a mobile app that allows community...

Corvallis Farmers’ Market opens for the first day of the season on Saturday

Corvallis Farmers’ Market opens for the first day of the season on Saturday

Valerie Maule, Multimedia Contributor
April 17, 2017

Live music, heavy foot traffic, fresh fruits and vegetables are to be expected when one comes downtown to enjoy a Saturday morning at the Corvallis Farmers’ Market.New local business stage their booths...

Finding the link between suicide and RSD

Finding the link between suicide and RSD

Valerie Maule, Multimedia Contributor
April 9, 2017

Rate the pain from one to ten. For those who are afflicted with Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD), that answer might be a level ten.Last week Dr. Stephanie Jenkins, assistant professor of philosophy presented...

Solidarity March: Day One

Valerie Maule, Multimedia Contributor
March 2, 2017

This is an ongoing story and we will be releasing updates as the week continues.Chants echoed through lecture halls on Tuesday Feb. 28, as approximately 20 students could be seen marching throughout many...

A still from one of the films

Queer Film Festival showcases LGBTQ filmmakers

Valerie Maule, Multimedia Contributor
February 24, 2017

Queer and trans filmmakers submitted many pieces for the Queer Film Festival that is taking place in downtown Corvallis at the Darkside Cinema for three days. The short films and documentaries showcased...

U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden held a town hall meeting at LaSells Stewart Center on Monday, Feb. 20. 

Sen. Ron Wyden holds a town hall on campus

Valerie Maule, Multimedia Contributor
February 20, 2017

U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden held a town hall meeting at LaSells Stewart Center on Monday, Feb. 20. 

Dixon Recreation Center gets a boost in turnout

Valerie Maule, Multimedia Contributor
February 8, 2017

Pounding music, people everywhere and working up a sweat draws to mind images of a bar or nightclub. In fact, the same could be said for people who are working out at Dixon Recreation Center on campus.As...

Spoken word artist Bocafloja brings up racial issues surrounding Afro-Latinos

Valerie Maule, Multimedia Contributor
February 8, 2017

Artist Aldo Villegas, better known as Bocafloja, gave a spoken word performance and later presented his documentary yesterday evening in the Student Experience Center and the Black Cultural Center, respectively....

Refugee health care discussion led by Dr. Akihiro Seita

Valerie Maule, Multimedia Contributor
February 2, 2017

Earlier today, a meeting covering the refugee health care system overseas took place in the Women's Building.United Nations Relief and Work Agency (UNRWA) for Palestinians was the main topic of discussion...

Hundreds march through OSU’s campus during Martin Luther King Day

Valerie Maule, Multimedia Contributor
January 17, 2017

Nearly 100 students, faculty and community members could be heard singing “This Little Light of Mine” as they marched on down the campus street in the bitter-yet-sunny, cold afternoon. The peace march...

Martin Luther King turned into a day of service in Corvallis

Valerie Maule, Multimedia Contributor
January 16, 2017

On Saturday, over 300 Oregon State students and community members volunteered their time to participate in the annual Martin Luther King Day of Service Event.This event covered many different aspects of...

What does being a sanctuary campus mean?

Valerie Maule
December 2, 2016

On Wednesday evening a meeting was taken place at the Central Cultural Cesar Chavez building to hold discussions in regards to what being a sanctuary university will be and what it will mean for the students...

Two students play with one of the dogs brought to the third floor of the Valley Library for Paws to De-Stress on Nov. 29, 2016. 

[Photo] ‘Paws to De-stress’ hosts therapy dog petting session

Valerie Maule Multimedia Contributor
November 30, 2016

Two students play with one of the dogs brought to the third floor of the Valley Library for Paws to De-Stress on Nov. 29, 2016. 

Thanksgiving meals available on campus Thanksgiving day

Valerie Maule, Multimedia Contributor
November 21, 2016

Midterms are almost finished, finals are looming around the corner but thankfully there’s a break in between; Thanksgiving.For a lot of students, it means going home for the holidays, but for many students,...

OSUs new student advocate Daniel Dietz fights for students rights on campus.

[Photo] Standing up for students

Luke Brenneman, Practicum Contributor
November 14, 2016

OSU's new student advocate Daniel Dietz fights for students rights on campus.

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