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A car covered with messages of support photographed on the Oregon State University campus on Sept. 22.

OSU’s newest Beavers arrive on move-in day

Wahb El Atlassi, News Contributor
September 25, 2023

The majority of students moving into Oregon State University’s residence halls last weekend were about to get their first taste of independence from their parents. However, Jordan and Joshua Clements,...

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Oregon State University awarded a $10 Million grant to foster youth innovators in agriculture

Wahb El Atlassi, News Contributor
August 7, 2023

Oregon State University secured a 5-year, $10 million grant from the United States Department of Agriculture to lead an initiative to improve research and education in food and agricultural sciences. The...

Jackson Streets Corvallis House reopened June 1

Jackson Street’s Corvallis House reopened June 1

Wahb El Atlassi, News Contributor
June 12, 2023

Jackson Street Youth Services opened its updated shelter located at 555 NW Jackson Ave. on June 1, dedicated to young adults that need a place to stay. According to Hannah Miller, development director...

Jalyn Devereaux (she/her) stretches before running on the Intramural Fields on May 4. She ran that morning as part of her training to complete the Corvallis-to-Sea-Trail (C2C), a pathway that links the Willamette Valley and Pacific Ocean.

OSU student runs 56 miles to fund undergraduate research

Wahb El Atlassi, News Contributor
May 30, 2023

An Oregon State University graduate student ran the Corvallis to Coast trail with other faculty members on May 20, in hopes of raising funds for an undergraduate research program. The OSU student, Jalyn...

Image of the Benton County Crisis Center Project timeline courtesy of the Benton County Website

Benton County Crisis Center temporarily relocates ahead of replacement

New building set to open in Summer 2024
Wahb El Atlassi, News Contributor
May 3, 2023

The Benton County Crisis Center is now located in the Benton County Humphrey Hoyer Building at 557 NW Monroe Ave. in Corvallis. The center provides walk-in crisis counseling services provided by Benton...

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