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OSU Department of Public Safety ‘actively investigating’ alleged explosives threat

May 3, 2022

After two Oregon State University alerts that warned community members of an alleged explosives threat within a vehicle on the Corvallis, Ore. campus, there is still no further information about the situation. The...

Oregon State University third-year student and Orange Media Network Assistant Sports Editor Benjamin Rabbino stands in front of Beit Am located in Corvallis, Ore. Rabbino was raised Jewish, and though he says he hasn’t experienced antisemitism at OSU specifically, he notes he has seen antisemitism off campus.

Jewish American Heritage Month: local Corvallis Jewish residents speak on experiences, antisemitism

May 2, 2022

One in four Jewish people in the United States experienced antisemitic incidents in 2021, according to a report from the American Jewish Committee. Forty percent of Jewish Americans in the...

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Reports of alleged weapons threat in Finley Hall found ‘unsubstantiated’

April 26, 2022

Clarification: This story has been modified to further clarify the situation. Update made April 27 at 8:38 p.m. with statements from OSU police chief Shanon Anderson Students posted rumors of a student...

The Peace Seedlings booth at the Corvallis, Ore. Farmers Market on April 16. The business, which sells bouquets, seeds, handmade baskets and more, is run by Dylana Kapuler and Mario DiBenedetto.

Corvallis Farmers’ Market outdoor season returns, features new OSU food truck

April 22, 2022

The Corvallis, Ore. Farmers’ Market outdoor season returned on April 16 with a variety of vendors, including a new Oregon State University food truck and a re-opened vendor booth. A substantial crowd...

Young protestors display their signs at a Ukraine protest at the Benton County Courthouse in Corvallis, Ore. on March 5. According to Grace Atebe, director of the Office of International Services, Oregon State University wants to help all those in the university community who have been impacted by the Russian-Ukrainian war.

OSU ‘committed to providing care and support’ for students impacted by Russia-Ukraine war

April 21, 2022

Oregon State University and the Office of International Services are working to support students affected by the Russia-Ukraine war. Dan Larson, vice provost for student affairs, said OSU is working...

Second-year psychology major Sophia Fischer relaxes while wearing a facemask and cucumbers to soothe her mind while preparing for finals week at her home on March 9. It is important for students to take time for themselves to cool off and calm down, especially during the winter months which can be dark and dreary, physically and mentally.

The Way of Things: Healthy coping mechanisms can help students make it through the school year

April 4, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. As we begin another term, burnout already hangs around the...

OSU professor Jerri Bartholomew stands next to her art installations Salmon and There Will Be Good Years: 2009-2021 (lower) at The Little Gallery’s exhibition of her work titled Abstracted: Where Science Meets Art and Music on March 4. This piece and others incorporate data from her microbiology work into art pieces created by herself and other collaborative artists.

Art and science come together in OSU professor’s exhibit at The Little Gallery

April 2, 2022

Jerri Bartholomew has combined her glass art and extensive microbiology work in a new exhibit titled ‘Abstracted: Where Science Meets Art and Music’ at The Little Gallery in Kidder Hall through April...

The book Maus by Art Spiegelman. The book was banned by a Tennessee school board in McMinn County in January.

The Way of Things: An American game of cat and “Maus”

March 31, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. The recent controversial banning of Art Spiegelman’s Pulitzer...

4-year-old Belle Baxley holds a homemade sign while protesting in support for the people of Ukraine at the Benton County 
Courthouse in Corvallis, Ore. on Feb. 26. This is Baxley’s first protest.

A 6,000 mile sisterhood: the relationship between Corvallis & Uzhhorod during Russian-Ukrainian war

March 7, 2022

What do Corvallis, Ore. and Uzhhorod, Ukraine have in common? They’re sister cities. Since 1989 and the founding of the volunteer-run Corvallis Sister Cities Association, Corvallis and Uzhhorod have...

Albany, Ore. resident John Kolck proudly displays his sign in support of peace in Ukraine at the Benton County Courthouse on March 5. Kolck mentioned that while he was at the rally, his daughter is abroad in Berlin helping Ukrainian refugees.

Corvallis gathers again in support of Ukraine, sister city residents provide updates

March 5, 2022

Dozens of Corvallis, Ore. residents gathered in front of the Benton County Courthouse to support Uzhhorod, Ukraine for a second time at noon on March 5.  The gathering took place one week after an...

Protestors gather to show support for the people of Ukraine in front of the Benton County Courthouse in Corvallis, Ore on Feb. 26. Vasyl Chubar, a resident of one of Corvallis sister cities, Uzhhorod, Ukraine, provided another update on his experience on-the-ground during the Russian invasion.

Ukrainian Corvallis sister city resident provides further updates on state of war

February 27, 2022

Vasyl Chubar, resident of Uzhhorod, Ukraine, which is one of Corvallis Ore.’s sister cities, provided another update on the current state of Ukraine during the Russian invasion as of Feb. 26.  Chubar...

4-year-old Belle Baxley holds a homemade sign while protesting in support for the people of Ukraine at the Benton County Courthouse in Corvallis, Ore. on Feb. 26. This is Baxley’s first protest.

Corvallis citizens show support for Ukraine at Benton County Courthouse gathering

February 26, 2022

Corvallis, Ore. residents gathered outside the Benton County Courthouse in support of Ukraine on Feb. 26 at noon, holding signs aloft and calling for an end to the Russian invasion.  Over 40 people...

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Ukrainian citizen from Corvallis sister city speaks on Russian invasion

February 24, 2022

Russia has invaded Ukraine as of Feb. 24, and a Ukrainian citizen from Uzhhorod, sister city to Corvallis, Ore., provided an update to the Corvallis Sister Cities Association on the situation. Vasyl...

Portrait of Erika McCalpine, the Executive Director of Strategic Diversity Initiatives and Director of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Laboratory, in her office at the OSU-Cascades campus in Bend, Ore. McCalpine is the first person from OSU-Cascades elected to lead the faculty senate and started her presidency in 2022.

‘Stalwart leader’ of diversity elected OSU’s first Black woman faculty president

February 21, 2022

Professor Erika McCalpine has assumed her role as the first Black woman president of the Oregon State University Faculty Senate, representing the first OSU-Cascades faculty member to hold this position.  McCalpine...

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