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This petition, aimed to better support sexual assault survivors and create a safer learning environments is approaching 500 signatures. The petition can be found on  

Survivor-focused support petition created by multiple OSU organizations in response to F. King Alexander allegations

Haley Daarstad, Copy Editor
March 24, 2021

Editor’s Note: Content warning—story contains mention of sexual harassment and assault.A petition addressed to Oregon State University President F. King Alexander and the OSU Board of Trustees, developed...

Andrea Haverkamp (center), president of the Coalition of Graduate Employees, raises a fist in the air, signaling a chant to fellow protesters last February.

CGE reaches tentative conclusion to weeks-long bargaining sessions over upcoming contract renewal

Zoë Sandvigen, News Contributor
September 6, 2020

Members of the Coalition of Graduate Employees have been bargaining over their upcoming contract renewal with Oregon State University officials in hopes to meet some of their demands. After weeks of negotiation...

A crowd stands outside the Kerr Administration Building in the afternoon of March 5 to sign a Coalition of Graduate Employees petition.

CGE continues to push for ‘equitable distribution of wealth’ at OSU amid COVID-19

Jada Krening, News Correspondent
July 30, 2020

As Oregon State University adjusts to the impacts of COVID-19, the OSU Coalition of Graduate Employees continues to push for signatures on their petition, “Chop from the top, build up the bottom.”CGE...

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

Members of ASOSU advocate for voluntary pay decrease for OSU President Ed Ray

Jade Minzlaff, ASOSU Beat Reporter
April 28, 2020

Several members of the Associated Students of Oregon State University, OSU’s student government, have proposed that OSU President Edward Ray take a voluntary pay decrease during spring term to help the...

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First Alternative Co-op workers organize for hazard pay, seat at the table during coronavirus outbreak

Jade Minzlaff, News Contributor
March 28, 2020

Workers at the First Alternative Co-op are circulating a petition demanding job security and hazard benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic.Employees at the South Town First Alternative, along with North...

A crowd stands outside the Kerr Administration Building in the afternoon of March 5 to sign a Coalition of Graduate Employees petition.

Coalition of Graduate Employees confront OSU President Ed Ray during rally

William Ross, News Contributor
March 9, 2020

Correction: This article incorrectly represented Graduate Employee Andrea Haverkamp's statements and questions to Oregon State University President Ed Ray. This mistake has been fixed. The Barometer regrets...

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Letter to the Editor: Provost’s all-student email misleading, ethically wrong

Samuel Burns
March 1, 2020

Oregon State University has a binding code of ethics. One of the key aspects of ethics within an academic setting is not misrepresenting data. On Monday, the Provost sent an email to the entire community...

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Letter to the Editor: Undergraduate students must evaluate university statements, support graduate employees

Tali Ilkovitch
March 1, 2020

Undergraduates,My name is Tali Ilkovitch, I am an undergraduate speaking in solidarity the Coalition of Graduate Employees. I wish to respond to the email addressed to all students on February 24 from...

Andrea Haverkamp, an OSU employee, uses her fist to notify students attending Fesers class that it is time for them to leave, as Fesers class ended at 2:50 p.m.

Protesters interrupt OSU Provost Ed Feser’s class for petition signature

William Ross, News Contributor
February 20, 2020

A group of graduate employees and students interrupted Provost and Executive Vice President Edward Feser’s weekly lecture, demanding him to sign a petition. Oregon State University graduate employees,...

Writer, director, rapper and speaker Boots Riley came to Corvallis on Friday night to talk about his film “Sorry to Bother You.” He spoke about capitalism, and how normal citizens can use their voice.

Artist Boots Riley speaks at 2020 MLK celebration, graduate union 20-year anniversary

Jade Minzlaff, News Contributor
January 27, 2020

The Oregon State University King Legacy Advisory Board and the Coalition of Graduate Employees invited the writer, director and activist Boots Riley to speak at their joint 2020 MLK Celebration and CGE’s20-year...

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