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This illustration depicts a town hall meeting at Oregon State University. The Board of Trustees are gathered as multiple hands are raised in the room.

OSU Board of Trustees begins new presidential search, encourages community engagement

Luke Brockman, News Contributor
October 24, 2021

Oregon State University’s Board of Trustees will begin the process of searching for the university’s next president with increased transparency and opportunities for student and community engagement. In...

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Letter to the Editor: ECAC is aware of concerns raised regarding investigation

Members of the OSU Student Body,As members of the Executive Conduct and Accountability Committee, we are aware of the concerns raised regarding the investigation we have been tasked with. We appreciate...

Daily Barometer Columnist Sienna Kaske takes a generational look from alumna women of color into the systemic racism and sexism that upholds the foundation of the Associated Students of Oregon State University. 

Kaske: ASOSU is a racist, sexist organization with little hope to change

Sienna Kaske, Columnist
April 1, 2021

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer.Sienna Kaske was involved in and assisted with Isabel Nuñez...

ASOSU President Isabel Nuñez Pérez, right, and Vice President Metzin Rodriguez. 

ASOSU forms special committee following allegations of misconduct against president and vice-president; questions regarding racism, misogyny arise

Sukhjot Sal, News Contributor
March 19, 2021

A special committee has been formed by the House of Representatives in the Associated Students of Oregon State University to investigate allegations of misconduct regarding ASOSU President Isabel Nuñez...

The Associated Students of Oregon State University sign hangs in the ASOSU office.

ASOSU past, present members call for Alexander’s resignation

Millicent Durand, News Contributor
March 17, 2021

Editor’s Note: Content warning—story contains mention of sexual harassment and assault.A letter has been written calling the resignation of Oregon State University President, F. King Alexander, including...

In this file photo from Nov. 7, 2020, Oregon State plays against Washington State while an empty Reser Stadium looms over them. During the 2020 football season, Oregon State students were unable to attend the games typically accessible via the athletics fee due to COVID-19 regulations on attendance. 

SFC Members weigh in on student athletics fees

Thomas Salgado De Almeida Leme, Sports Contributor
March 2, 2021

This year’s election for the Associated Students of Oregon State University had three students running for Student Fee Committee at-large and one student for SFC chair, each with their own opinions...

Lars Romsos, who ran for a Senator position in the ASOSU 2021 Elections, has taken part in the Sunrise Movement since high school. Romsos was driven to join the movement when a peer of his quit his job to become an organizer for the South Tahoe Sunrise Movement.

Sunrise Corvallis inspires students to run for ASOSU

Cara Nixon, News Contributor
February 22, 2021

Those who participate in student government are often inspired by local politics and issues to campaign and make their own changes.This is true for Lars Romsos and Lily Butler, who are running for positions...

Coordinator of Environmental Affairs for Associate Students of Oregon State University and fourth-year Public Policy Major, Grace Doleshel, poses in a Black Lives Matter shirt. ASOSU recently released a statement regarding Black Lives Matter titled WAKE UP. SPEAK UP. WE NEED TO BE BETTER.

Malick: ASOSU’s future environmental goal is accessibility

Cassidy Malick, Columnist
February 22, 2021

As Oregon State University’s goal of being carbon neutral by 2025 approaches, it is important to ask how we, as OSU students, can contribute to making this goal a reality.The Associated Students of...

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Associated Students of Oregon State University, a voice for students

Tam Tong, News Contributor
February 22, 2021

The Associated Students of Oregon State University represent every student at OSU. It is an organization to promote academic excellence and encourage the intellectual, social, cultural and physical development...

ASOSU President Isabel Nuñez Pérez, left, and Vice President Metzin Rodriguezoutside of the Memorial Union.

ASOSU accomplishments aim to improve student experiences

Artur Silva, News Contributor
February 22, 2021

At the forefront of student and university governance, the Associated Students of Oregon State University is the bridge between students and the university’s administration, having made numerous accomplishments...

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ASOSU releases 2021 election results

Sukhjot Sal, News Contributor
February 19, 2021

The Associated Students of Oregon State University elections committee released the final 2021 election results on Friday, Feb. 19.President and Vice President candidates Dhru Patel and Dylan Perfect won...


2021 ASOSU Election: Get to know the candidates

Cara Nixon, News Contributor
February 19, 2021

President/Vice President Alexander Kerner and Stella HarknessAlexander Kerner is a second-year English and education major on the school administration track and Stella Harkness is a first-year bioengineering...

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