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A vendor at the farmers’ market, Sam from Brandywine Fisheries, weighing salmon on Oct. 9. Salmon is integral to Indigenous cuisine in the Pacific Northwest.

Brockman: Examine Indigenous food for greater cultural awareness on Thanksgiving

Luke Brockman, Columnist
November 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. Curiosity can often lead to knowledge and fulfilment,...

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Native American sketch comedy group performs at OSU

Jaycee Kalama, News Reporter
May 20, 2019

For the first time in five years, comedy group 1491s came back to Oregon State University for a Native American comedy night, to perform a set on the realities Indigenous people face living in today’s...

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Salmon Bake honors Native American culture

Matthew Brooks, News Contributor
May 20, 2019

As the Friday-morning clouds opened up to rays of sunshine, a line of people formed to get their hands on some of the salmon being served at this year’s Salmon Bake—an annual event hosted by the Native...

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DAMchic: Gameday fashion ‘part of basketball culture’

Jaycee Kalama, News Reporter
April 15, 2019

Oregon State Men’s Basketball starting lineup members, Tres Tinkle and brothers, Ethan and Stephen Thompson Jr., have been known for their extra, yet effortless, gameday style. Being the few players...

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Letter to the Editor: Race based fashion isn’t in this year

Christian Wagner, Kinesiology major
November 28, 2018

I was disappointed to read many of the beliefs voiced by Darius Northern in the article: “Identifying with fashion”. I applaud the creativity and commitment to justice displayed by Northern, but I...

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‘I wanted to make something for us:’ Local brand, People of Colour, aims to start discussion on discrimination

Jada Krening, News Contributor
November 26, 2018

In a darkly lit corner of Memorial Union, the sun peered through a hazy window pane as Darius Northern gazed out at people passing by below. He sat, composed and collected, observing the students as they...

MU Flag Ceremony highlights international studies

MU Flag Ceremony highlights international studies

November 15, 2018

The Memorial Union and INTO OSU put on the annual MU Flag Ceremony on Nov. 13. Prior to the event, all the flags were taken down from the MU Concourse and put back up by students and faculty after the...

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OSU celebrates Native American Heritage Month

Coral Avery, News Contributor
November 13, 2018

November marks Native American Heritage Month, a celebration of American Indian and Alaskan Native tradition, history and culture, and the Native American Longhouse Eena Haws will be holding events throughout. Proclaimed...

(Left) Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer Charlene Alexander and (right) Chair of the Architectural Naming Committee Steve Clark discuss the renaming evaluation.

We Have Work to Do campaign seeks to ‘articulate OSU’s values’

Jada Krening, News Contributor
November 5, 2018

In 2017, there were only 7,660 students of color out of the 25,838 undergraduate students attending Oregon State University. In an effort to promote diversity at OSU, the Office of Institutional Diversity...

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Letter to the Editor: Editor misunderstands journalism

Christian Wagner, Kinesiology major
October 15, 2018

After reading the letter from editor Marcus Trinidad in this week's Barometer (Journalism needs a new ethic), I believe that Trinidad is confused about objectivity and the goals of journalism. He states:...

 Kyle Van Krieken’s tattoo is a nod to his favorite anime figure Greed from the show “Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood.

OSU Inked: A look at tattoos at OSU, the meanings behind them and their possible career implications

Richard Steeves
January 10, 2017

Natalie Paul knows the history of her art. The Corvallis native and local tattoo artist says tattoos date back over 10,000 years. They have since found their way into almost every culture on Earth. As...

The Native American Longhouse will be hosting the signing of the Indigenous Peoples Day proclamation for the second year in a row. 

Indigenous People’s Day proclamation to be signed

History is being made at Oregon State University with the Indigenous Peoples’ Day proclamation, striving to correct the injustice of ignorance celebrated in American culture by replacing the traditional...

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