The Student News Site of Oregon State University

The Daily Barometer

The Daily Barometer

The Daily Barometer

Students at the Hinsdale Wave Research Laboratory during a graduate student recruitment program on March 4. The indoor basin was designed to understand and study tsunami inundation, tsunami-structure impact harbor resonance, and 3D wave propagation.

$25 million awarded for testing wave energy technology at OSU’s PacWave South facility

Kirsten Steinke, Science Beat Reporter
March 30, 2022

Eight stakeholder groups involved with Oregon State University’s PacWave South facility were awarded a combined $25 million from the U.S. Department of Energy to fund projects focused on wave energy...

Hannah Weiderman making a beverage for a customer on Feb. 14 at The Dam in the Learning Innovation Center. The mask mandate is set to be lifted at Oregon State University on March 12.

Here’s the Tea: Masks are easier donned than duffed

Lara Rivera, Columnist
March 7, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. It will take a lot for me to stop wearing a mask,” said...

Corvallis Indoor Winter Market returns Jan. 8, promises ‘exceptional variety’

Adia Wolters, News Contributor
January 3, 2022

On Jan. 8, Corvallis Farmers’ Market vendors will move their businesses from downtown to the Benton County Fairgrounds for the Corvallis Indoor Winter Market, which will last through April...

A student bikes down SW 26th Street on Nov. 16. The City of Corvallis has plans to make the OSU campus more bikeable and safer for cyclists to commute.

Corvallis leaders, community representatives discuss progress toward Imagine Corvallis 2040

Ashton McCracken, News Contributor
November 29, 2021

The Imagine Corvallis 2040 vision is “off to a good start” according to Mayor Biff Traber, despite obstacles like the COVID-19 pandemic. The Imagine Corvallis 2040 vision was announced in 2016 by...

Chairman of the CSB, Sami Al-Abdrabbuh, poses for the camera before a school board meeting on Nov. 18. Videos of the school board meetings can be found on the CSD website.

CSD implements series of new ‘motivating’ institutional changes

Adia Wolters, News Contributor
November 29, 2021

The Corvallis School District commenced the 2021-22 school year with a series of new institutional changes in response to the COV- ID-19 pandemic and community movements for social reforms. Some...

The SW 35th Street solar array installation on September 27th in Corvallis, Ore. Sierra Magazine ranked Oregon State University at the 26th position out of 328 colleges in the country for sustainability.

OSU consistently ranks among most sustainable universities in the nation

Luke Brockman, News Contributor
October 5, 2021

Energy efficiency, sustainable food procurement and solar array maintenance: these are just three categories of the work that goes on in the Sustainability Office at Oregon State University. Minutes...

Alexander Nutt is a freshman majoring in computer science moving into West Hall on Sept. 19. Nutt moved to Oregon State University from Ontario, Ore. and is excited to get the opportunity to meet new people because he has been attending classes virtually for about a year and a half.

Freshmen move in to dorms after thorough check-in process

Elijah Dodd, News Contributor
September 22, 2021

Oregon State University freshmen started moving into their dorms on Sunday, and they’re prepared to start their college experience after a lengthy move-in process. The 4,600 students living on campus...

Load More Stories