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The 2017 ASOSU Lobby Team consisted of nine student lobbyists and two student advisers.

ASOSU Lobby Team speaks for students in Washington D.C.

Riley Youngman
May 1, 2017

A first generation college student and a daughter of immigrants, if you would have told Isamar Chávez a year ago that she would have the opportunity at the end of her senior year to lobby for students...

Candalynn Johnson, Isamar Chávez and Eric George stand outside of the Longworth House Office Building in Washington D.C. The group met with a legislative aid for Rep. Earl Blumenauer on Wednesday to discuss issues around undocumented students rights and Pell Grants. 

Meet the ASOSU lobbyists: Candalynn Johnson

Riley Youngman, Editor-in-Chief
May 1, 2017

Candalynn JohnsonPronouns: She, Her, HersYear: 4thMajor: Political ScienceTitle: Executive Director of Government RelationsAfter graduating from Sweet Home High School, Johnson enrolled at Linn-Benton...

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ASOSU Lobby Team arrives in Washington D.C.

Riley Youngman, Editor-in-Chief
April 25, 2017

EDITOR'S NOTE: As the Associated Students of Oregon State University Lobby Team heads to Washington D.C., the Barometer's own Riley Youngman will accompany them on their trip to report on their efforts....

Allied Students of Another Politics group members David DeHart and Alexander Ricccio hope to create discussion surrounding society and democracy on campus.

Allied Students of Another Politics strives to make a difference on campus without association to a specific party

Thomas Hellman, News Contributor
November 7, 2016

A politically alternative group on Oregon State University campus is a rarity.At OSU, the more popular political mainstays of the U.S. can be found, such as the College Democrats and College Republicans....

Vote OR Vote

With deadline looming, ASOSU continues working to register students

Campaign aiming to sign-up 4,300 people by Oct. 18, enabling them to vote in up coming national electionIn 2014, the Oregon Students Association managed to register over 55,000 students across the state...

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