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Andrew Oswalt (center), a self-described member of the alt-right, participating in a House of Representatives meeting in January 2018. 

Andrew Oswalt fails to gain seat on Student Fee Committee

Joe Wolf, Engagement Editor
May 25, 2018

Record turnout special election approves new ASOSU constitution.White nationalist Andrew Oswalt will not serve on next year’s Oregon State University Student Fee Committee, which recommends fee levels...

(LEFT) Incoming SFC chair Theresa Thurston listens to a budget presentation at an open hearing fall term. (RIGHT) Current committee chair Peter Schwartz moderates the discussion.

ASOSU holds special election to fill open Student Fee Committee positions

Joe Wolf, Engagement Editor
May 21, 2018

White nationalist Andrew Oswalt running for one of the seats.The ballot for this year’s Associated Students of Oregon State University election became available Thursday, with seven candidates running...

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Andrew Oswalt running in ASOSU special election

Joe Wolf, Engagement Editor
May 15, 2018

The Associated Students of Oregon State University will hold a special election to choose students to serve on the Student Fee Committee and vote on a proposed constitutional rewrite, once the student...

Andrew Oswalt, a current Associated Students of Oregon State University graduate representative, speaks during the ASOSU Congress joint session on Jan. 24. Oswalt, who has expressed white nationalist views, faces a recall vote on Feb. 12. Oswalt is also on the 2018 candidate list for a graduate representative position.

Andrew Oswalt simultaneously faces recall vote, runs for reelection

Joe Wolf, ASOSU Beat Reporter
January 29, 2018

 ‘Alt-right’ ASOSU representative faces competitive race for graduate seat.In the upcoming Associated Students of Oregon State University election, “alt-right”  Rep. Andrew Oswalt will be on...

Rishi Seshadri is a member of the ASOSU Judicial Council.

ASOSU Judicial Council explained

Joe Wolf, ASOSU Beat Reporter
November 21, 2017

Third estate holds other branches accountable to governing documents.Within the wider framework of the Associated Students of Oregon State University, the state-recognized group that speaks on behalf of...

Representative Seth Thomas explains an OSA bill to House members. 

ASOSU updates election timeline

Joe Wolf, ASOSU Beat Reporter
October 30, 2017

Candidate information sessions to be held in November, two weeks earlier than last year.Candidate information sessions for this year’s Associated Students of Oregon State University elections will be...

ASOSU constitution rewrite

ASOSU leadership works to rewrite constitution

Joe Wolf, ASOSU Beat Reporter
October 16, 2017

Changes proposed range from key definitions to grammatical errors.This year the Associated Students of Oregon State University is attempting to rewrite its constitution, which serves as the regulatory...

Judicial Council Chair Joshua Kaufman encourages students to get involved however they can while attending OSU.

ASOSU Congress explained

Joe Wolf, ASOSU Beat Reporter
October 6, 2017

House and Senate craft legislation, approve student fee levels.Like the U.S. Congress, the legislative branch of the Associated Students of Oregon State University is made up of two chambers: a Senate...

Former ASOSU Vice President Radhika Shah and current President Simon Brundage began their positions on June 1, 2017. Shahs last day of work was Feb. 16, 2018, when she resigned feeling unsupported in her position.

Old rules for a new administration

Joe Wolf, Editor-in-Chief
June 26, 2017

Shortly before leaving office at the beginning of June, former Associated Students of Oregon State University President Rachel Grisham issued two executive orders: one that moved the Student Health Services...

Rafid Chowdhury (far right) and other members of the SIFC discuss possibilities for the future of the athletics budget on the evening of February 27, 2017.

SIFC and ASOSU pass athletics student fee level

Joe Wolf, News Contributor
March 6, 2017

Working group to be formed to reevaluate rate at later dateIn a firelit conference room high above Reser Stadium, 12 Oregon State University students decided the $2.7 million Athletics Department student...

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