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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...

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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...

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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...

Journalism

Resurrecting OSU’s journalism program

Jada Krening, News Reporter
February 25, 2019

Editor’s note: The Daily Barometer is part of Orange Media Network.Students now have the opportunity to join a program aiming to further their communicative and journalistic skills, with Oregon State...

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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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Letter to the Editor: Student Fee Committee failed its job

Millicent Taylor, Student Fee Committee At-Large Member
November 27, 2018

The Student Fee Committee failed to do its job. It was our job to represent the interests of the student body, however, many of my colleagues on the committee chose to kick the can over to the ASOSU Congress....

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Letter from the Editor: ‘Next time is Now’

Marcus Trinidad, Editor-in-Chief
October 1, 2018

After receiving and reviewing an advertisement from Trojan, a company which produces contraceptive products, we had to reject it. It wasn’t the typical sexual innuendos commonly associated with those...

Letters to the Editor Nov. 28

November 28, 2016

Response to WGSS faculty's letter on Nov. 21As a former student of OSU, I wish to express my disappointment with the faculty of the Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. department At a time when the country...

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