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The Corvallis Fall Festival returned this year with COVID-19 protocol in place. The event still featured local food vendors, musical guests and artists displaying and selling their work.

48th annual Corvallis Fall Festival returns, allows artists to ‘reconnect’

Cara Nixon, News Reporter
September 27, 2021

Each year, the Corvallis Fall Festival paints a picturesque image of the local community, bringing together the colors, shapes and lines of artists, food, music and connection. In 2020, the...

Oregon State student and local music artist Destiny Franklin, stage name Noughtie Dee, shares how they started making music, and where it has led them. Franklin started writing their own music in the summer of 2019, and their new EP will be releasing May 14 on Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music and Soundcloud.

Student artist Noughtie Dee seeks to revolutionize rap in male-dominated genre

Cara Nixon, News Contributor
May 10, 2021

“I cannot rap.”That’s what Destiny Franklin told their music literature partner in their junior year of high school at Kenwood Academy in Chicago, Ill. Franklin and their classmate were supposed...


‘I wanted to make something for us:’ Local brand, People of Colour, aims to start discussion on discrimination

Jada Krening, News Contributor
November 26, 2018

In a darkly lit corner of Memorial Union, the sun peered through a hazy window pane as Darius Northern gazed out at people passing by below. He sat, composed and collected, observing the students as they...

Seasonal events

Seasonal events highlights Corvallis’ culture

Jaycee Kalama, News Contributor
November 19, 2018

Corvallis is a small town with big events coming up throughout November and December. Some of these events are related to upcoming holidays, while others are simply  engaging community events. Whether...

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