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Frank Ragulsky, former adviser to The Daily Barometer and director of Student Media at Oregon State University from 1982 to 2009. Ragulsky died on June 30 in Corvallis, Ore. at  75 years old.

Former Barometer adviser Frank Ragulsky dies at 75, leaving behind enduring legacy in college media

Sukhjot Sal, News Reporter
July 21, 2022

Those who knew Frank Ragulsky likely heard him say, “I have been to the bank,” when he reached work at seven in the morning.  Generally, that meant he had already caught a couple of steelhead trout...

A 7-Eleven store on 746 NW Kings Blvd. in Corvallis, Ore. Last October, three men were allegedly involved in a bias crime assault outside the convenience store; two suspects are set for preliminary hearings next month and the third set for trial in January 2023.

Update: Preliminary hearings set for two suspects in bias crime assault case; third suspect scheduled for trial

Sukhjot Sal, News Reporter
July 20, 2022

Preliminary hearings have been set for Aug. 23 for Kyle Rackley and Riley Westbrooks, two of the three suspects allegedly involved in a bias crime assault at a 7-Eleven in Corvallis, Ore. last October.  After...

Fairbanks Hall, located near the corner of Jefferson Way and 24th Street, is currently undergoing renovations with construction expected to be completed by August 2022.

OSU makes strides to improve historic buildings, constructs new education hall

Adriana Gutierrez, News Contributor
July 5, 2022

Walking around the Oregon State University campus, construction teams are at every turn. Of the 14 active projects, two include a renovation to one of the oldest buildings on campus and the other is a...

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Defense presents counteroffers for prosecution to review in bias assault crime trial

Sukhjot Sal, News Reporter
June 21, 2022

Two of the three suspects allegedly involved in a bias crime assault at a 7-Eleven in Corvallis, Ore. in October appeared virtually in court with attorneys on June 21 to present counteroffers to the prosecution’s...

This photo shows the local tech firm, Inpria, located on NE Circle Boulevard in Corvallis, Ore. on Oct. 12. Inpria was sold to JSR, a Japanese company, for half a billion dollars on Sept. 17.

Malick: The sale of Inpria shows what Beavers can do

Cassidy Malick, Columnist
October 21, 2021

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. A Corvallis-based tech company named Inpria sold for $514...

Jade Carey, a Beaver Gymnastics signee, finishes a routine on the uneven bars for the U.S. Olympic Team trials. Carey, a Team USA gymnast since 2017, earned a gold medal in the finals for floor routine at the Tokyo Olympics on Aug. 2.

Beaver gymnast takes gold at the 2020 Olympics

Thomas Salgado de Almeida Leme, Sports Contributor
August 2, 2021

Olympic and future Oregon State gymnast Jade Carey won the gold medal for floor exercise in Tokyo at the delayed 2020 Olympic games in the early hours of Aug. 2. Carey, who was representing the United...

Amy LeClair SOTI What did new students get out of the START experience?

Students on the Internet: First-year students: “What did you learn from your START experience?”

Eden Todd, News Contributor
August 2, 2021

Amy LeClair“The START experience was really helpful in figuring out my class schedule with an advisor and meeting other students during the small group session. One of my favorite sessions was the University...

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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...

Jason Dorsette, Associate Director for Strategic Communication at OSU, can be seen on looking as Terrence Harris, Assistant Director of the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center. With hate being a pervasive aspect of society Terrence spoke on peace above all at the rally.

The Oregon State Community Gathers After the Derek Chauvin Verdict.

By: Solomon L. Myers, OMN Photographer
April 21, 2021

After three weeks of testimony former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin was charged with second degree murder, third degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. Chauvin will face up to 40 years...

College of Engineering Senior Director of Marketing and Communications, Thuy T. Tran, poses on the OSU campus outside of Covell Hall. Originally called the Physics Building and completed in 1928, this structure was later named for Grant Adelbert Covell, first dean for the School of Engineering.

OSU alumnus oversees design of NASA’s Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover

By: Luke Reynolds, News Contributor
April 18, 2021

Oregon State University 1986 alumnus William Allen always had an interest in learning how things worked. Fast forward to now, he was able to play a significant part in designing the Mars 2020 Perseverance...

Lucianne Ryan, chair member for the upcoming OSU Out of the Darkness Virtual Walk, discusses how mental health has been impacted due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Out of the Darkness Virtual Walk event will be held on April 17th from 12 to 1 pm and will be streamed on Twitch.

Annual Out of the Darkness event aims to bring awareness to mental health

Cara Nixon, News Contributor
April 12, 2021

Content warning – story contains mention of depression and suicide. 1,100 college students die by suicide each year and students have reported declining mental health during the pandemic. An Oregon...

OSU Junior Aanchal Vidyarthi studies in an empty classroom at the LINC. Vidyarthi regularly visits campus to study in new spaces because it helps her focus better. 

Bridges: ‘A new kind of learning’: the need for hybrid classrooms

Brandt Bridges, Columnist
April 12, 2021

Remote learning has its benefits for students; it gives them the freedom to take classes anywhere and attend even if they have other important responsibilities. This past year of online learning throughout...

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