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An employee finishes off decorating a customers donut order at Bennys Donuts. The shop offers seasonal flavors and options that cater to a variety of dietary restrictions. 

Best of 2020: Corvallis treat yo-self

First place: Yogurt Extreme In 2010, Jane Humphreys sat in yogurt shops around California while on vacation thinking about what kind of business she wanted to open, and over 10 years later, Humphreys...

(Left) Dr. Linda Richards and (right) graduate student Caroline Melchor craft at the Glitter in the Archives event in the Special Collections and Archive Research Center. Richards works closely with SCARC, and her work with the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons won a Nobel Peace Prize. 

Professor connects OSU to Nobel Peace Prize

Avalon Kelly News Contributor
October 30, 2017

 When Linda Richards was a teenager, her favorite book wasn’t a teen romance or true-crime thriller, but “No More War!” by Linus Pauling. Her love for this book, coupled with her dedication to activism,...

Amy Koehlinger, interim director of the School of History, Religion and Philosophy, is leading the collaboration of Critical Citizenship, which was introduced as the beginning of spring term.

Bringing current issues into classrooms

Adriana Capobianco, News Contributor
April 17, 2017

Critical Citizenship course offers students opportunity to discuss contemporary American problemsOver the past year, protests have become prevalent throughout campus. The nation’s political climate...

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