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Oregon State University Women’s Softball players Mariah Mazon (left) and Frankie Hammoude have both been named All-Americans by Softball America. While Mazon made the All-America
First Team, Hammoude made Third Team

Blood in the water

Beaver Softball finishes historic season No. 8 in nation
Sam Misa, Summer Sports Chief
July 5, 2022

Following a losing season in 2021, the Oregon State University Softball team spent this year making up for those losses. Composed of one of the youngest college softball teams in America, the...

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H. Beck, Cartoonist
June 6, 2022

Associated Students of Oregon State University’s Student Fee Commitee sets the summer fees, which are banked to fund eight units around campus. The SFC voted to lower fees for the summer 2022 term.

Student Fee Committee reduces summer fees

Sam Misa, News Contributor
June 6, 2022

During the 2021-22 school year, the Student Fee Committee, which makes decisions on incidental and Student Facility Improvement fees, voted to remove the incidental fees from what students taking summer...

This shows an illustration of the blue and yellow Ukranian flag with text reading Our spirit is unbreakable.

‘Our spirit is really unbreakable:’ Sister-city university students offer perspectives on Russian-Ukrainian war

Zeva Rosenbaum, News Contributor
June 4, 2022

Two freshman students from Corvallis’s sister-city university, Uzhhorod National University, Sandra Dragostinova and Milla Puziak, have faced challenges maintaining their normal life and education amid...

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Icosahedron: 009

H. Beck, Cartoonist
April 13, 2022

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H. Beck, Cartoonist
April 4, 2022

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H. Beck, Cartoonist
February 16, 2022

An illustration depicting a Corvallis neighborhood being given $10,000 for a community enrichment project from the City of Corvallis. The Epowerment Grant recently reopened after a one-year pause for COVID-19, providing the opportunity for community neighborhoods and organizations to apply and potentially earn a portion of the $10,000 available.

The Empowerment Grant reopens after one-year COVID-19 pause

Lara Rivera, News Contributor
February 9, 2022

The Empowerment Grant, offered by the City of Corvallis for neighborhood and community grants, opened again on Feb.1 after a one-year pause due to COVID-19.  The Empowerment Grant was on hiatus until...

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Icosahedron: Print-erlude 03 Feb

H. Beck, Cartoonist
February 7, 2022

The Corvallis Fall Festival returned this year with COVID-19 protocol in place. The event still featured local food vendors, musical guests and artists displaying and selling their work.

48th annual Corvallis Fall Festival returns, allows artists to ‘reconnect’

Cara Nixon, News Reporter
September 27, 2021

Each year, the Corvallis Fall Festival paints a picturesque image of the local community, bringing together the colors, shapes and lines of artists, food, music and connection. In 2020, the...

This illustration above is meant to mimic the OSU Interfraternity Council’s “Jump Day.” This is an event where new members of fraternities meet at the Memorial Union and are boosted into the air and caught by their new fraternity brothers.

Clairmont: To rush or to not rush?

The importance of extracurriculars and exploring all your options
Kimberly Clairmont, Columnist
September 27, 2021

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. Current Oregon State University fraternity and sorority...

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