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Graphic Design and Business major Ekaterina Dunovskaia (left), Rhawn Krogh (middle) and Sahar Kamalou, Ph.D. in Civil engineering (right) repack boxes of medical supplies at the warehouse on NE Belvue St. in Corvallis on August 24, 2023. Krogh has organized Operation Outreach, and enlisted the help of many international students.

OSU international students collect medical supplies to send to Ukraine, Uganda

Katie Livermore, News Reporter
August 31, 2023

In a medical warehouse in Corvallis, Alina Hyk, a Ukrainian international student at Oregon State University, sorts unused medical supplies headed for countries in need such as Ukraine. Raised in Kyiv...

Beaver fans celebrating after a play at the Las Vegas Bowl at Allegiant Stadium on Dec. 18. The Beavers recorded 24 first downs in the game, compared to Floridas 13.

Fans feel ‘extreme disappointment’ as PAC-12 collapses

Katie Livermore, News Reporter
August 7, 2023

As he proudly wears his Beaver gear on the 8,252th day, Marvin “Beaverman” Yonamine is one of many fans who share utter disappointment in the collapse of the PAC-12 conference.  In the past week,...

Affirmative action ruling will not affect Oregon State University admissions’ decision making

Affirmative action ruling will not affect Oregon State University admissions’ decision making

Katie Livermore, News Reporter
June 30, 2023

After the U.S. Supreme Court ruling to ban race-based decisions in college admissions on July 29, Oregon State University officials confirmed the Affirmative Action ruling will have no effect on the admissions...

Students surround an evangelist preaching in the Memorial Union quad on May 15.

‘Love is love:’ Students band together in opposition to hate speech from religious protester

Katie Livermore and Sukhjot Sal, News Reporters
May 16, 2023

In a mass of handmade signs with phrases such as “love is love” students gathered in the Memorial Union quad surrounding Daniel Lee, a traveling Evangelist with a sign that—in its largest, capitalized...

Bela Lustrange performing at Bombs Away Cafe on April 20, 2023. They performed as a caterpillar to Beatles music and some of the sounds from Alice in Wonderland. They made their own outfit for this event.

Drag in Corvallis persists amidst national violence

Katie Livermore , News Reporter
May 1, 2023

Last year alone there were 124 attacks against events involving drag across the United States, and now that violence is seeping into the colorful drag community of Corvallis.  Although many critics...

Vice Presidential candidate Angelo Arredono (left, he/him), Presidential Candidate Julia Hayes (she/her), Presidential Candidate Carissa O’Donnell (she/her), and Vice Presidential Candidate Dakota Canzano (she/her) speaking on their respective  campaigns at the ASOSU presidential debate in Memorial Union on March 3rd.The candidates spoke on issues involving student mental health, student employment, student involvement in ASOSU government, and more.

ASOSU presidential debate highlights mental health, sustainability and safety

Katie Livermore, News Reporter
March 5, 2023

Political transparency, student fees, equitable wages, student outreach, mental health and sustainability were main topics of discussion during the Associated Students of Oregon State University presidential...

General ASOSU Graphic

ASOSU presidential tickets debate this Friday

Katie Livermore, News Reporter
February 28, 2023

The Associate Student of Oregon State University presidential tickets are holding a debate this Friday in the Memorial Union 104 at 5 p.m. All OSU students are welcome to attend the debate and ask questions...

Photo courtesy of OSU College of Forestry

Two of OSU’s faculty named in world’s top 1,000 female scientists

Katie Livermore , News Reporter
February 7, 2023

“Until about 1970, you could just actively discriminate against women,” said Heidi Schellman, professor and retired chair of the Department of Physics at Oregon State University.  Composed by,...

CARDV’s Community Educator, Jacob Stewart poses inside CARDV Corvallis on January 6, 2023 in Corvallis, Ore. Stewart works with educators and students with the goal of preventing domestic violence before it happens.

Men’s Coalition teaches community healthy masculinity

Katie Livermore , News Reporter
January 17, 2023

In a world where male perpetrators make up the vast majority of abusers towards women, individuals in the Corvallis community are finding ways to end cycles of violence. A group of individuals from...

A volunteer at the Corvallis Daytime Drop-in Center goes through foodstorage within the facility on Dec.28 Much of what the CDDC offers is contributed through donations.

Corvallis organizations continue to need support after holiday season

Katie Livermore , News Reporter
January 17, 2023

As the holiday season comes to a close and the temperatures drop below freezing, leaving behind the spirit of giving may cause some to forget about community members in need of support.  Corvallis...

Photo illustration depicting Arnold Dining hall, Benjamin Lee Arnold and past Barometer articles on the building.

‘Arnold Dining Hall’s’ remains unchanged despite being named after racist figure

Katie Livermore , News Reporter
January 17, 2023

Six years ago, community members raised a question: “What does it mean for Oregon State University to value equity and inclusion if individuals after whom its buildings are named did not?”  The...

Corvallis annual Beatlesfest returns this Friday following three year hiatus

Corvallis annual Beatlesfest returns this Friday following three year hiatus

Katie Livermore , Reporter
January 12, 2023

The Corvallis Folklore Society will hold its annual Beatlesfest for the first time in three and a half years this Friday at the First United Methodist Church. According to Mark Weiss, Coordinator for...

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