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Oregonians everywhere are waiting to see what the summer time looks like for Covid-19 prevention. Recent updates to the plans for battling the Covid-19 pandemic are on the horizon.

Letter From the Editor: How to safely transition into a ‘new normal’ this summer

Adriana Gutierrez, Editor-in-Chief
July 6, 2021

Across the nation, Americans are outdoors, participating in all of the summer festivities that were shut down when the COVID-19 pandemic first began. Here in Corvallis, Ore., Oregon State University students...

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OSU will not require students to get COVID-19 vaccine to return in fall

Adriana Gutierrez, City Editor
April 22, 2021

Correction: The original version of this story incorrectly stated that the University of Oregon would be requiring its students to receive a COVID-19 vaccine to return to its campus. This has been corrected...

A photo-illustration of historical movements throughout the years and boxes detailing where they took place and when they started. Each photo has been modified from its original format. Photos courtesy of Creative Commons.    

BLM becomes one of the longest social justice movements in history, differs from others in the past

Adriana Gutierrez, News Contributor
September 24, 2020

The Black Lives Matter movement, one of the longest social justice movements in history, passed the hundredth day that protestors filled the streets shouting, “no justice, no peace!” in protest of...

American Dream Pizza, a local pizza restaurant directly off campus on NW Monroe Ave. 

OSU cancels fall sports, local economy continues to decline as a result

Adriana Gutierrez, News Contributor
September 11, 2020

Oregon State University’s Athletics Department announced on Aug. 11 that all fall sports will be cancelled, which is predicted to cause a wide-spread decline in revenue amongst local Corvallis, Ore....

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Student, faculty group created in response to new campus police force

Adriana Gutierrez, Print Contributor
August 15, 2020

A new student and faculty group called DISARM OSU has been formed in response to Oregon State University’s decision to implement a new in-house police force, with goals to defund the force and distribute...

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OSU creates hybrid reopening plan modeled after other universities

Adriana Gutierrez, News Contributor
August 6, 2020

As COVID-19 cases continue to spike in states across the nation, universities and colleges are faced with the task of planning safe reopening strategies to minimize the spread of the virus amongst students. While...

F. King Alexander, Oregon State Universitys president, stands on a balcony on the Corvallis, Ore. campus.

New OSU president addresses past controversy, pandemic, Black Lives Matter movement

Adriana Gutierrez, News Contributor
July 28, 2020

In a time of change, Oregon State University is going through its own, as president emeritus Ed Ray stepped down from his position of 17 years, and F. King Alexander begins his first term as OSU’s new...

Oregon State University president Ed Ray smiles in remembrance during an interview at the Student Experience Center on Monday, Feb. 10, 2020, as he talks about some of his favorite experiences over the course of his 17-year presidency. Ray stepped down from his role as OSUs president on Jun. 30.

A look back at President Emeritus Ed Ray’s impression on OSU

Adriana Gutierrez, News Contributor
July 22, 2020

As Ed Ray stepped out of his position as Oregon State University's president, he left behind almost two decades worth of influence on the university, including improvements to the diversity of the student...

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Seniors on the Internet: How do you feel about having a remote final exhibition?

Adriana Gutierrez, News Contributor
July 10, 2020

Editor's Note: This article is a part of the 2020 graduation issue. Graduation is when a student completes their degree program, whereas, Commencement is an optional ceremony to celebrate graduating students. The...

This illustration represents student fees. 

Student fees fund services for Oregon State University community

Adriana Gutierrez, News Contributor
May 29, 2020

The price of tuition at Oregon State University varies based on residency; yet, student fees are a flat rate added to the cost of attendance to fund different student services on campus. The breakdown...

This photo illustration represents applying for federal assistance. The financial aid is for those suffering financial hardships due to COVID-19.

OSU “won’t have enough funds” to cover every request for federal emergency aid

Adriana Gutierrez, News Contributor
May 22, 2020

With a large amount of the student population at Oregon State University now facing economic hardships due to COVID-19, the university is offering a federal grant to supply students with emergency aid,...

Where a student lives can significantly affect tuition rates as a student at Oregon State University, which varies the price per credit for in-state, out-of-state and international students. 

Tuition varies for in-state, out-of-state, international students

Adriana Gutierrez, News Contributor
May 21, 2020

The part of the country or even the world a student lives in can significantly affect tuition rates as a student at Oregon State University, which varies the price per credit for in-state, out-of-state...

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