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ASOSU releases 2023 senator election results, leaves last appointment up to chance

Nino Paoli, News Reporter
March 13, 2023

The Associated Students of Oregon State University 2023 senator results names eleven winners, and a rare tie. Though all election results for the 2023 ASOSU election were intended to be released on...

The ASOSU Elections committee (from left to right) Abby Miller, Ethan Hampton, Sydney Navas and Sierra Young at work counting elections votes on March 10.

ASOSU releases 2023 election results

Nino Paoli, News Reporter
March 10, 2023

  Carissa O’Donnell and Dakota Canzano have won the president and vice president seats respectively with 54.29% of the vote in the Associated Students of Oregon State University 2023 election...

Vice President of ASOSU Sierra Young (left) and President of ASOSU Matteo Paola outside Austin Hall during their campaign on Feb. 24, 2022. “I plan to do as much as I can in the time that I have left, more can always be done, but I am happy we’ve been able to continue pushing for important change for students so far,” Paola said.

Paola and Young reflect on term, offering advice for successor

Jace Jett, News Contributor
March 6, 2023

As winter term comes to a close, the former president and vice president of Oregon State University’s Associated Students of OSU reflects on their experiences and offers advice for their successors.  ASOSU...

Vice Presidential candidate Angelo Arredono (left, he/him), Presidential Candidate Julia Hayes (she/her), Presidential Candidate Carissa O’Donnell (she/her), and Vice Presidential Candidate Dakota Canzano (she/her) speaking on their respective  campaigns at the ASOSU presidential debate in Memorial Union on March 3rd.The candidates spoke on issues involving student mental health, student employment, student involvement in ASOSU government, and more.

ASOSU presidential debate highlights mental health, sustainability and safety

Katie Livermore, News Reporter
March 5, 2023

Political transparency, student fees, equitable wages, student outreach, mental health and sustainability were main topics of discussion during the Associated Students of Oregon State University presidential...

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ASOSU presidential tickets debate this Friday

Katie Livermore, News Reporter
February 28, 2023

The Associate Student of Oregon State University presidential tickets are holding a debate this Friday in the Memorial Union 104 at 5 p.m. All OSU students are welcome to attend the debate and ask questions...

Details from around the ASOSU offices in the Student Experience Center, Dec 9. ASOSU officials have been discussing several initiatives which could affect student workers.

Pilot program to increase maximum allowable work hours poses questions of fairness for international students

Nino Paoli, News Reporter
February 23, 2023

The allowable maximum hours for student workers on campus is set to increase to 24 hours for full-time United States citizen students only, beginning on July 1. After a meeting in January to discuss...

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ASOSU election registration opens with new changes to seat availability

Adriana Gutierrez, Reporter
February 10, 2023

Students hoping to serve as representatives for the Associated Students of Oregon State University have a week left to register for candidacy. Open positions include 15 undergraduate senate seats, three...

A breakdown of funds to each student fee funded unit in the 2023-2024 budget.

ASOSU crosses $500 threshold for student fees

Nino Paoli, News Contributor
February 7, 2023

Student fees may increase by 4.98% to $505.46 each term for the fiscal year of 2024, after the Student Fee Committee held final deliberations for budget requests on Feb. 2. Joe Page, the student fee...

Student Fee Committee chair Joe Page poses for a photo in the ASOSU office on Jan. 17. “Every unit has introduced a decision package to adjust for that cost of living,” Page said. “For some units, that’s the only additional money that they’re asking for.”

2024 incidental fee deliberations begin, including possible cost of living adjustment

Vincent Ho, Riley LeCocq, News Contributor, Editor-in-Chief
January 23, 2023

2024 incidental fee discussions at Oregon State University have already begun with most asking for a package that could increase student wages due to inflation, according to Joe Page, Student Fee Committee...

ASOSU President, Matteo Paola, speaking with OMN writer, Nino Paoli in
the ASOSU offices in the Student Experience Center, Dec 9. ASOSU officials have been
discussing several initiatives which could affect student workers.

ASOSU President looks to increase maximum hour per week allowed for on-campus student employees

Nino Paoli, News Contributor
January 5, 2023

The Associated Students of Oregon State University will meet in January to finalize a plan that will increase the allowable maximum hours for on-campus student workers starting the next academic year,...

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ASOSU endorses Oregon ballot measures 111, 112

Haley Stark, Reporter
November 3, 2022

Associated Students of Oregon State University, OSU’s student government, has come out in support of ballot measures 111 and 112 for the upcoming 2022 Oregon midterm election.  According to ASOSU...

Associated Students of Oregon State University’s Student Fee Commitee sets the summer fees, which are banked to fund eight units around campus. The SFC voted to lower fees for the summer 2022 term.

Student Fee Committee reduces summer fees

Sam Misa, News Contributor
June 6, 2022

During the 2021-22 school year, the Student Fee Committee, which makes decisions on incidental and Student Facility Improvement fees, voted to remove the incidental fees from what students taking summer...

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