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Welcome Back, Beavs!

Welcome Back, Beavs!

Katie Livermore, Editor-in-Chief
September 25, 2023

Welcome back to campus, Beavers! My name is Katie Livermore, and I’m the Editor-in-Chief for what we call “The Baro,” (that’s bear-oh), OSU’s student newspaper. Our aim is to deliver independent...

Letter from the editor: The Barometer’s new look

Riley LeCocq, Editor-in-Chief
February 21, 2023

The Barometer has taken a different shape as you all have noticed in this month’s print edition. We have shifted our printing format to a more traditional broadsheet paper and away from the look the...

The Daily Barometer Editor-in-Chief Jaycee Kalama stands in front of the Memorial Union.

Letter from the Editor: We cannot celebrate 125 years of The Baro without addressing its oppressive past

Jaycee Kalama, Editor-in-Chief
March 1, 2021

I feel privileged to be in the position I am in during such a big milestone for The Daily Barometer. While I am incredibly proud of the paper I am leading today and the great strides we have made to become...

The Daily Barometer Editor-in-Chief Jaycee Kalama stands in front of the Memorial Union.

Letter from the Editor: Why The Baro is printing monthly, new things to come

Jaycee Kalama, Editor-in-Chief
January 4, 2021

As you can probably already tell, this paper is not like our usual print issues. A lot has changed throughout the course of this pandemic, and The Daily Barometer is no exception. As the editor-in-chief...

Maya Casillas, 7, joins in a vigil to protest against President Trumps executive orders on immigration organized by the Coalition for Humane Immigration Rights on January 25, 2017, at City Hall in Los Angeles.

Letter from the Editor: In response to President Trump’s immigration ban

Riley Youngman, Editor-in-Chief
January 30, 2017

This last Friday, the 45th President of the United States of America, Donald J. Trump, signed an executive order banning citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.According...

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