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The Student News Site of Oregon State University

The Daily Barometer

The Student News Site of Oregon State University

The Daily Barometer

On March 20, 2021 Portland residents gather to march against the three shootings in Atlanta on March 16, 2021. The shootings in Atlanta killed eight people, six of them Asian women.

Portland candlelight vigil honors Atlanta victims, adamantly opposes hate crimes towards all Asian Americans

Angela Tam, News Contributor
March 22, 2021

Hundreds gathered at the Salmon Street Springs Fountain in downtown Portland at the intersection of Naito Parkway to honor the eight victims of the Atlanta, Ga. spa killings—six of whom were Asian women. The...

Candace Baltz was the former director of Experiential Learning & Engagement.

Former OSU director files BOLI complaint against the university; claims discrimination on the basis of disability, sex, gender

The Baro Staff
March 22, 2021

Correction: This article previously got Baltz's title as director of Experiential Learning & Activities wrong, and instead, said Experiential Learning & Engagement. This issue has been resolved. Candace...

The Educational Opportunities Program is housed on the third floor of Waldo Hall. The EOP provides support for students who have traditionally been denied equal access to higher education.

Student accuses ASOSU of discrimination for disqualifying elections running-mate

Kelsy Valentine, News Contributor
February 22, 2021

The Associated Students of Oregon State University disqualified a student from participating in its elections because they had taken a term off for financial reasons; ASOSU was then accused of discrimination...


OSU College of Pharmacy students launch Project Achieve Diversity plan to elevate minority voices

Zoë Sandvigen, News Contributor
June 26, 2020

Editor's Note: While the Health Services Pharmacy is operated by OSU’s College of Pharmacy, there are no current demands or allegations by students, staff or faculty against the pharmacy. This photo...

This photo was taken on March 10, 2020. A sign on the second floor of the Kerr Administration building directs students, faculty, staff and OSU visitors to the Disability Access Services office.

OSU Disabled Student Union, Disability Access Services fight against discrimination, aim to educate

Tosca Ruotolo, News Contributor
April 7, 2020

Many Oregon State University community members are demanding that more education, connectivity and activism are put in place for students that live with disabilities.Kobey Bonin, graphic design student,...

women of color

Womxn of color support group forms on campus

Jaycee Kalama, News Reporter
April 22, 2019

Counseling and Psychological Services and AYA, a resource group for women of color, are co-facilitating a new student support group called Womxn of Color. This bi-weekly drop-in group strives to provide...

Corvallis groups respond to public expressions of racism

Corvallis groups respond to public expressions of racism

David DeHart, Multimedia Contributor
August 14, 2017

Corvallis anti-racist groups are exploring a variety of approaches in responding to white nationalism after instances of explicitly racist activities.On the morning of July 19, the City of Corvallis removed...

Faye Chadwell discussing the white supremacist fliers found in The Valley Library.

White supremacist messages found on campus

Erin Dose, News Contributor
April 10, 2017

Bias Response Team creates education opportunities, spaces for dialogue Several white supremacist fliers were found on the second floor of OSU’s Valley Library on March 23, and in study rooms on March...

Due to its disprutive nature, demonstrators were forced to remain quiet when entering university halls. Oregon State student Justin Nielsen and his fellow protestors used tape to demonstrate their opposition to the ruling.

Students encounter microaggressions

OSU works toward educating through discussion Along with shedding light on the history of people certain buildings on campus are named after, the Solidarity March highlighted the presence of microaggressions...

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