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The Student News Site of Oregon State University

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Sindya Bhanoo (she/her), an assistant professor at Oregon State University’s School of Writing, Literature and Film, poses for a photograph with her book “Seeking Fortune Elsewhere” on Oct 17 at OSU’s Moreland Hall. Bhanoo’s book was nominated for, and won, the New American Voices literary award in 2022.

Sindya Bhanoo reflects on life in the writing world

Jillian Boenisch, News Contributor
October 31, 2023

As an undergraduate student studying computer science at Carnegie Mellon University, writing was never an area of study for Sindya Bhanoo. “I didn’t (do any writing) in college, but I really wish...

An attendee at the 2nd Annual Malaise Invitational car show in Philomath, Ore. peruses a set of cars on June 24. The car show is open to cars manufactured between the years 1972-1995.

2nd Annual Malaise Invitational draws attendees from across state, cars from across time

Wes Flow, News Reporter
June 27, 2023

To many, the lines of cars that filled a field northwest of Philomath may have looked like a used car lot from years gone by. For the attendees of the 2nd Annual Malaise Invitational, however, they represented...

Ettihad Cultural Center Director Zeena Faulk (she/her) poses for a photo on May 15, 2023 inside of Oregon State University’s Ettihad Cultural Center in Corvallis. “I encourage you to come here. It is such a nice atmosphere, and you will feel the warmth,” Faulk said.

Ettihad Cultural Center Director Zeena Faulk shares life

Ginnie Sandoval, News Contributor
June 26, 2023

Zeena Faulk, a doctoral graduate with over a dozen published translations, brings her background in translation and language to Oregon State University as the Ettihad Cultural Center director. Faulk...

Kyle Meaders (he/him) (left), JJ Colton (he/him) (middle), and Nathaniel Hannan (he/him) hosts of At Least It’s Not Rocket Science, get ready to record a podcast episode on May 1. at Oregon State University’s Orange Media Network podcast recording room in Corvallis. The hosts of the podcast At Least Its Not Rocket Science recently went to Alabama for an event hosted by NASA, in which the podcasters launched a rocket that they had been working on for the past year.

OSU student rocket science podcast finds success at NASA event

Gabriel Braukman, News Contributor
May 9, 2023

 A recent rocket launch hosted by NASA, and a podcast launch last November, both are the work of Oregon State University students through the “At Least It’s Not Rocket Science”.  Hosted in Toney,...

Students on Oregon State Universitys campus discuss personal strategies to maintaining their mental health, photographed on April 14 at OSU in Corvallis.

Student on the street: What do you do to maintain your mental health?

Jace Jett, News Contributor
May 2, 2023

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, so we asked students around Oregon State University’s Corvallis campus what they do in their own life to maintain their mental health. Anna Merrill (he/they) Music...

Drone pilots Logan Snell (he/him) (left), Josh Lizee (they/them) (middle), and Felix Klein (he/him) (right) pose for a photo with their drones on Feb. 12 in the Peavy Fields at Oregon State University in Corvallis. The drone pilots will be competing in the annual Collegiate Drone Racing Association at Georgia Tech on April 1.

Oregon State drone racing team looks forward in preparation for national competition in Atlanta

Nino Paoli, News Reporter
March 6, 2023

The drone racing team from Oregon State University is set to travel to Atlanta, Georgia to compete in a national competition that begins on April 1. Four OSU pilots from the drone racing team qualified...

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