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City of Corvallis Ward 1 Council Woman Jan Napack can be seen by homesteads underneath the Corvallis bridge. The city of Corvallis has passed legislation around these homestead with a focus on relocation and safety for taxpayers.

Corvallis to begin clearing illegal camps in mid-May

Trevor Horn, News Contributor
April 27, 2021

A Corvallis City Council meeting in early April saw the passing of an ordinance that will fully enforce Corvallis’ illegal camping laws that state there can be no tents set up within 50 feet of sidewalks,...

Cheldelin Middle School science teacher, Alexis McQuillan, and her cohort will be returning to in person classes the week of April 12th. All students will have the option for in person learning by April 19th.

All grade levels in CSD plan to return to on-site learning by mid-April

Angela Tam, News Contributor
April 12, 2021

The Corvallis School District plans to have grades six through nine students return by the week of April 12, and seventh through twelfth grade students will be able to return by the week of April 19. In...

The Crescent Valley High School football field sits in silence since its last football game was played on Oct. 25 2020. Corvallis public high schools have begun to prepare for their six-week football season that will occur during the months of March and April.

Corvallis high school football teams prepare for return in the spring term

Angela Tam, News Contributor
March 5, 2021

Through the spring months March and April, high school football teams in Oregon prepare for an anticipated six-week season as COVID-19 restrictions are gradually lifted. Corvallis’ two high public high...

Corvallis High School, one of the school’s in the Corvallis School District operating under exclusive remote learning, still has their facilities staffed Monday through Friday. Information about their hours of operation are posted on the school’s entrance, and can also be found online.

Journalism club at CHS aims to help students prepare for college media

McKenzie Moore, News Contributor
March 1, 2021

Journalism is a way in which individuals can be informed about breaking events happening in their community and to be able to write about these unpredictable events, journalists are often prepared through...

Corvallis High School, one of the school’s in the Corvallis School District operating under exclusive remote learning, still has their facilities staffed Monday through Friday. Information about their hours of operation are posted on the school’s entrance, and can also be found online.

Schools in the Corvallis district adapt to COVID-19

Jeremiah Estrada, News Contributor
November 12, 2020

As grade schools in the city of Corvallis, Ore. continue to practice remote learning during this school year due to COVID-19, all students and many district staff still remain at home for this instructional...

Corvallis High School teacher and Green Club advisor Julie Williams (left) speaks to another protester at a student-led march to City Hall as part of the global Youth Climate Strike back in September.

OSU community members join Corvallis High School students in climate change strike

Vada Shelby, News Contributor
September 20, 2019

Corvallis High School students joined forces with Oregon State University students and staff, as well as the Corvallis Climate Action Alliance, at City Hall Friday afternoon to ask the city government...

Opinion: Students fire back at gun regulations

Genesis Hansen, Columnist
March 12, 2018

Activist march takes schools by stormA 19-year-old man, who purchased an AR-15 rifle without any legal or systematic prevention, took the lives of 17 students and teachers in a school shooting at Marjory...

OSU Walkout

Hundreds stage walkout, march through Corvallis

Joe Wolf, News Contributor and Lauren Sluss
January 22, 2017

“Build bridges, not walls.”This was one of the slogans employed by marchers in the Oregon State University walkout Jan. 20, starting on the OSU campus and spreading throughout Corvallis. Several hundred...

Collette Byrne sitting outside the Memorial Union. Byrne has been taking OSU math classes for the past four years, and has been at the top of her class for every one. 

Fourteen-year-old has been taking math at OSU for years

Lauren Sluss, Managing Editor
December 5, 2016

Out of the 36 students who took vector calculus II at Oregon State University over the summer, the student to receive one of the highest grades in the class was not only the sole female, but also still...

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