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A photo illustration created to show the various topics the city section of The Barometer focuses on. After several years working within Orange Media Network, Joe Wolf was appointed to be the first city editor for The Barometer. 

City section welcomed to The Daily Barometer in 2020

Jeremiah Estrada, News Contributor
March 1, 2021

Oregon State University’s The Daily Barometer introduced the city section to the newspaper a year ago in 2020 and since then, this addition has opened more opportunities and the section aims to provide...

Scott Johnson was the editor-in-chief for The Barometer during the 2001-02 academic year. Johnson said he started at The Barometer with a goal of becoming a sports reporter, but later found he liked editing and design more than reporting.

The Barometer’s former editors-in-chief aimed to ‘make a difference in community’

Kelsy Valentine, News Contributor
March 1, 2021

One of the critical factors contributing to The Barometer’s exceedingly long history is the editors-in-chief who have helped the newspaper to come together and grow into new opportunities.Last school...

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Letter from the Editor: News media drops ball on trust

Delaney Shea, Incoming Editor-in-Chief
June 10, 2019

Growth occurs when the pain of staying still outweighs the pain of change, goes a common saying. Acknowledging the breakdown in communication between journalists and our readers, viewers and listeners...

Corvallis community members crowd the sidewalk in front of the Benton County Courthouse to protest Judge Brett Kavanaughs nomination to the Supreme Court.

Kavanaugh protest brings sexual assault to the forefront

Jarred Bierbrauer, OMN Sports Chief | Delaney Shea
September 28, 2018

Crowding the sidewalk in front of the Benton County Courthouse from 5-7 p.m. on Friday, Corvallis citizens protested Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court. The peaceful protest was...

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OSU student in rape case dismisses lawsuit against university

Delaney Shea, News Editor
September 28, 2018

An Oregon State student claiming the university discriminated and retaliated against her after reporting being raped by a former OSU football player has filed to dismiss the case after both parties reached...

ASOSU senators convene at the 78th ASOSU Senate, held on Tuesday in the Memorial Union room 109.

Over 1,800 students registered to vote since Sept. 16

Delaney Shea, News Editor
September 26, 2018

During the Associated Students of Oregon State University Senate meeting on Tuesday, it was announced that over 1,800 students have been registered to vote through a joint effort between the student government...

Located on the fourth floor of the Learning Innovation Center is the main office of The Honors College where students can meet with their advisors.

OSU offers resources to make Honors College more accessible

Delaney Shea, News Reporter
June 25, 2018

Students struggle to manage Honors College expectationsFor many students, college can be a scramble to compile an impressive resume, glowing recommendations and high-impact experiences as they work toward...

OSU sexual assault survivors feel unsupported in university reporting process

OSU sexual assault survivors feel unsupported in university reporting process

Delaney Shea, News Reporter
June 11, 2018

Editor’s Note: The following article discusses sexual assault. The article uses anonymous sources who have decided to share their experiences. The anonymous survivors felt motivated to speak to The Barometer...

Shea: Ignorance of current genocides resembles Holocaust

Delaney Shea, Columnist
May 7, 2018

In 1942, American media officially broke the news of the mass murder of Jews taking place. The number was ticking up. In 2018, one can type into Google, “How many genocides are going on right now?”...

Chalking done by SUPER is shown in the Student Experience Center Plaza. The chalking took place Wednesday, April 18.

Removal of pro-Palestinian chalking violates students’ free speech

Delaney Shea, Reporter
April 24, 2018

University admits mistake, plans to train staff furtherFor Oregon State University students, the way to have one’s voice float up to hundreds or thousands of students per day is to chalk words and pictures...

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Shea: Brexit provides mirror for America

Delaney Shea, Columnist
April 16, 2018

Belligerent nationalism begets global exclusion.Much to the amusement of Europeans, many Americans do not know that Wales, in Great Britain, is a country in its own right. Somewhat less amusingly, many...

The map depicts the location of Germany on a globe. Germans have the right to free speech, yet they also curtail ideologies for speech and symbols representing hate toward a specific group.

Shea: Free speech serves a purpose

Delaney Shea, Columnist
March 5, 2018

Germany’s laws limiting public hate speech, free speech in U.S.Last Halloween, I tried reasoning with a guy standing outside a lively pub in Cork, Ireland, dressed as Hitler and reveling in attention....

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