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Mens Soccer

OSU Men’s Soccer sweeps home stand

Lauren Sluss, News Contributor
October 14, 2018

Oregon State Men’s Soccer upset the Pac-12 No. 1-ranked Stanford Cardinal and returned this weekend for a 2-1 win against the California Golden Bears at Paul Lorenz Field. Playing at home, the Beavers...

A complaint filed with the Department of Justice claims OSU created 84 fictitious athletics participants in order to comply with Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972. 

Complaint filed with DOJ claims OSU violating Title IX, inflating womens’ athletic rosters

Lauren Sluss, Editor-in-Chief
June 4, 2018

University aware of complaint, ready to respond if case opensA complaint filed this month with the U.S. Department of Justice alleges Oregon State University is violating Title IX of the Educational Amendments...

Andrew Oswalts platform for his Student Fee Committee candidacy was published in The Baro on May 14, 2018. The other six candidates platforms were published as well. 

EDITORIAL: Why The Baro published uncensored ‘alt-right’ candidate platform

Lauren Sluss, Editor-in-Chief
May 17, 2018

Statements printed in effort to educate, inform voters on upcoming electionYou may have noticed The Baro published statements from the last print issue which contained inflammatory views—statements which...

Jordan Pace

Trial date set for Jordan Pace

Brock Hulse, News Contributor
April 30, 2018

Former OSU football player accused of rape, trial set for Oct. 15, 2018.A trial date for Jordan Pace, a current Oregon State University student and former football player, has been set for Oct. 15, 2018. Pace...

A wolf in beavers clothing

EDITORIAL: Democracy dies in darkness

Lauren Sluss, Editor-in-Chief
January 22, 2018

If media is neglectful or silenced, false and harmful beliefs are permitted to disseminate. We, as a student media organization, believe in the continued coverage of not only current events, but also current...

Baro Editor-in-Chief Lauren Sluss stands outside of the Student Experience Center. 

Letter from the Editor: Minimizing cultural appropriation begins with discussion, education

Lauren Sluss, Editor-in-Chief
October 31, 2017

Over the past week, the Baro has engaged in multiple discussions about ways to participate in Halloween celebrations safely. However, there is one important aspect of Halloween in which we have not discussed:...

(Left) Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer Charlene Alexander and (right) Chair of the Architectural Naming Committee Steve Clark discuss the renaming evaluation.

OSU engages in building, place name evaluation process

President Ed Ray to announce final decision by Nov. 27.Oregon State University is engaged in the process of evaluating four campus building names through the work of the Architectural Naming Committee....

Located in Snell Hall, the Office of Equal Opportunity and Access handles reports of sexual misconduct. 

OSU’s Title IX policies remain unchanged despite federal rollback

Lauren Sluss, Editor-in-Chief
September 25, 2017

Equal Opportunity and Access will continue to investigate sexual harassment reports The U.S. Department of Education formally announced it is rescinding Obama-era sexual assault guidelines under Title...

Lauren Sluss, the 2017-2018 Barometer Editor-in-Chief.

Letter from the Editor: Welcome to OSU!

Excited. Overwhelmed. Nervous. Uncertain of what’s in store for you.I remember each of these emotions and thoughts pumping through my body the first time I stepped onto the Oregon State University campus...

Outgoing Editor-in-Chief Riley Youngman and incoming Editor-in-Chief Lauren Sluss stand in the SEC Plaza. Sluss will take over in the fall, while Joe Wolf (not pictured) will oversee the three upcoming summer editions of the Baro.

Looking to the future

 The most intimidating adversary is a blank screen.  I can’t recall exactly how many times I’ve stared at the blinking cursor on my open Word document. I had finished the interviews, chosen the quotes...

Sara Mahdavifard, Vahid Mahdavifard, Mohammad Pakravan, and Leila Ghorbanzaden (left to right) are from Iran, one of the seven countries affected by the ban.

Closed borders, open campus

Lauren Sluss, Managing Editor and Joe Wolf
February 5, 2017

University, community members respond to immigration banFor Mohammad Pakravan, America was a shining beacon promising a better life. This was the promise that drew him to the U.S. in 2012.Born in Iran,...

OSU Walkout

Hundreds stage walkout, march through Corvallis

Joe Wolf, News Contributor and Lauren Sluss
January 22, 2017

“Build bridges, not walls.”This was one of the slogans employed by marchers in the Oregon State University walkout Jan. 20, starting on the OSU campus and spreading throughout Corvallis. Several hundred...

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