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Weatherford Hall is just one of OSUs 14 residence halls on campus. In an email statement on March 26, Vice Provost for Student Affairs Dan Larson announced the student services that would continue to provide support for critical learning activities during the COVID-19 pandemic: residence and dining halls, the Memorial Union and the Milne Computing Center.

RA position can be difficult, rewarding

Vada Shelby, News contributor
March 2, 2020

After the requirement of living on campus for one’s first year at Oregon State University is met, students have a variety of options to consider for their living situation. OSU offers students the opportunity...

Taylor Milam is the recovery coordinator for the Joan and Tom Skoro Collegiate Recovery Living Community. The community has 10 full-time residents and about 30 more who have access to the community and its activities.

Special-interest housing aims to foster individual growth, interpersonal relationships

Alex Gaub, News Contributor
March 2, 2020

Correction: The number of rooms available in Dixon Lodge was originally misstated and has been corrected. The Barometer regrets this error. Editor’s Note: The following article mentions substance use....

One of the many photo collages that can be found in Alpha Phi, celebrating the sisterhood and giving the halls and stairways pops of color. “You make so many amazing friends that you would never have expected,” said Alpha Phi President Molly Stadeli.

Fraternity, sorority life ‘a unique experience’

Tanveer Sandhu, News Contributor
March 2, 2020

For students who want to live in large, but tight-knit communities, then fraternity or sorority housing may be a good choice. There are currently 49 chapters at Oregon State University, all sharing six...

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