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The Daily Barometer

Tamra Cluff Election Reaction

Students on the Internet: How do you feel about the results of the presidential election?

Sukhjot Sal, News Contributor
November 10, 2020

Editor's Note: This story is a part of the 2020 Elections Issue. The Baro has put together this issue to inform the Oregon State University and greater Corvallis, Ore. communities about the 2020 Elections.Tamra...

Peter DeFazio talks about the government’s efforts to support the elderly at the Center for Healthy Aging Research’s 10-year anniversary celebration. Photo courtesy OMN archives  

DeFazio remains incumbent in the Oregon House of Representatives

Angela Tam, News Contributor
November 3, 2020

Correction: Alek Skarlatos' name was originally misspelled. This correction has been made.In Oregon’s Fourth Congressional District election, Representative Peter DeFazio retained his seat in the...

President-elect Joe Biden and his vice presidential running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris, chat after a Zoom interview with People Magazine at the Hotel duPont in Wilmington, DE, August 14, 2020. Kamala Harris will be the first Black and Asian American female vice president in US history. photo licensed under CC By NC SA 2.0. 

Joe Biden declared 46th U.S. president-elect

Angela Tam, News Contributor
November 3, 2020

Correction: The number of states each candidate had won within the Electoral College was originally misstated. This has been corrected to reflect the accurate amount.According to the Associated Press,...

Students and community members make their way through campus in protest of the election of Donald Trump in January 2017. 

Darstaad: Trump’s Impeached, A fair trial is needed

Haley Darstaad, Columnist
January 13, 2020

A fair trial is needed in order for the American people to fully understand what the Trump administration has done. Senators have stated throughout the impeachment process that they will not conduct a...

Oregon Republican candidate for governor Knute Buehler shakes hands with Peter Halajian, the president of OSU College Republicans, during a campaign stop Friday.

Republican candidate for governor Knute Buehler visits OSU campus

Joe Wolf, Web & Mobile Manager
November 2, 2018

With the midterm election just four days away, the College Republicans at Oregon State University hosted Republican candidate for governor Knute Buehler on Friday afternoon in the Memorial Union Quad.Buehler...

Ava Thresh holds out her transgender flag proudly after her speech about protecting trans rights

Transgender Visibility Rally protests Trump Administration’s plan to redefine gender

Claire Nelson, News Contributor
October 29, 2018

On Monday night, transgender activists and those in solidarity came out to the Benton County Courthouse to protest the Trump administration that plans to implement a policy to define gender at birth, reversing...

General Opinion Graphic

Opinion: United States needs honorable leaders

Ramzy Al-mulla, Columnist
October 29, 2018

“It doesn’t matter. We won.” That is what President Donald Trump said during an interview on CBS’s 60 Minutes when asked to clarify whether he believes if Christine Blasey Ford lied about her...

A screenshoot of President Trumps twitter feed, where his words reach millions and can have an impact on international affairs.

Opinion: Trump changes the nation bigly on Twitter

Ian Abbene, Columnist
May 29, 2018

President Donald J. Trump’s tweets are infamously limited in vocabulary, but cover a wide range of subjects and have the ability to influence the real-time behavior of the nation.The President’s unique...

Julie Kjær is a foreign exchange student from Denmark, currently studying at the College of Cork. According to Kjaer, Trump is capitalizing on the fear of the public. 

Shea: American polarization is highly visible abroad

Delaney Shea, Columnist
October 23, 2017

Abroad perspectives provide clarity on how other countries view American politics and surrounding issues.I often think about how blessed I am to have grown up in America, a country that prides itself...

Ryan Khalife, Jacqueline Logsdon and Luke Bennett stand in front of the Capitol Building.

ASOSU Lobby Team hits the ground on first day meeting with legislators

Riley Youngman, Editor-in-Chief
April 27, 2017

DACA, sexual assault prevention and college affordability.Wednesday kicked off the ASOSU Lobby Team’s first day of on-the-ground lobbying. The team of nine lobbyists split themselves into three pre-arranged...

Mohammad Pakravan is from Iran, one of the seven countries affected by the ban.

AUDIO: Immigration ban extended interviews (playlist)

Joe Wolf, News Contributor
February 6, 2017

Click below to listen to a collection of audio interviews conducted by Barometer reporter Joe Wolf, including Mohammad Pakravan, an Iranian PhD student, Oregon State Senator Sara Gelser, OSU vice president...

Travel Ban Full Coverage

February 5, 2017

On Friday, Jan. 27, 2017, President Trump signed an executive order that banned citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries from temporarily entering into the United States.At this time, according to...

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