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Terrance Harris, who has served as the director of the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center for over six years, sits outside the BCC on April 6. Harriss last day at OSU will be April 15.

‘Time for me to take flight’: Director of Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center departs OSU

Sam Misa, News Contributor
April 13, 2022

After having been with Oregon State University for the past six and a half years, Terrance Harris, director of the Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center, is leaving for Drexel University. Located in...

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Letter from the Editor: ‘Silence is a disservice’

Marcus Trinidad, Outgoing Editor-in-Chief
June 10, 2019

Navigating the world can be difficult and cruel. As an editor and person of color, it is better defined as unforgiving. I used to try to dismiss comments that questioned the integrity of my reporting...

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Music program faces uncertain future, band director to leave

Vada Shelby, News Contributor
May 20, 2019

Students are still concerned about the future of the Oregon State music department, despite staging a protest rally on Thursday, May 2 and subsequently attending forum meetings put on by the university...

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Civil War game Q & A

Noah Nelson, News Contributor
November 19, 2018

Nov. 23 will mark the 122nd clash between the Oregon State Beavers and the University of Oregon Ducks on the gridiron. When the two teams first met, OSU was still called the Oregon Agricultural College....

Tamara Wilson (left) and Michelle Singer-Nielsen (right) manage the Portland Roasting Coffee booth. The second annual Food Fair allowed students and community members to sample and take food from several vendors. 

Second annual Food Fair hosts local vendors

Kaleb Reyes Print Contributor
May 30, 2017

Students, community members able to take home boxes of snacks, beveragesDozens of businesses get publicity, Oregon State University staff scout out new food from vendors, messages of diversity are spread,...

Autumn Benton with her child, presenting in front of the community members gathered for the Beavers Have Babies, Dam It! event.

OSU works to provide child care on campus

Erin Dose News Contributor
February 27, 2017

Community members convey lack of affordable, accessible care optionsFamilies with children of all ages gathered in the Oregon State University Memorial Union living room, sipping on coffee and hot chocolate....

Todd Stansbury ended his contract with Oregon State Athletics prematurely in 2016, resulting in over a million dollars in debt. OSU asked that he pay his debts on or before June 15, 2019 or legal action would be taken. Since then, OSU has filed a lawsuit against Stansbury.

OSU AD Todd Stansbury leaves for Georgia Tech

Josh Worden, Senior Beat Reporter
September 22, 2016

OSU Athletic Director decides to take AD job at Georgia Tech barely one year after arriving in CorvallisTodd Stansbury spent 13 months at Oregon State before ending his tenure Thursday as Vice President...

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