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This Illustration depicts a revoked proposal for students to attend community college for free for two years. The sign for Linn-Benton Community College can be seen in the background.

Malick: President Biden’s Build Back Better Act could be better

Cassidy Malick, Columnist
November 19, 2021

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. President Biden announced the Build Back Better Act during...

Member of the Corvallis Planning Commission and former City Councilor, Penny York, stands on the front steps of City Hall. Having been an active member of the Corvallis community for many years, she also served as director of Linn-Benton Community College from 1998 to 2007, during which time the college underwent significant expansion. 

Corvallis women in leadership spotlight

Adam Figgins, News Contributor
April 23, 2021

In 1994, Corvallis saw its first female mayor with Helen Berg and since that time Corvallis has seen more women enter local leadership and speak up for accessible and equitable leadership.Following Helen...

A picture of the old Corvallis Gazette is being held up in front of the location that once used to be the home to the Gazette. The Gazette was the old newspaper in Benton County, and it is now discontinued, but is still remembered to show the history of Corvallis media. 

Demolishing, rebuilding, adapting: a history of the Corvallis media

Angela Tam, News Contributor
March 1, 2021

Correction: The article previously stated that Theresa Novak "stated that it was one of the last big stories that she had been able to work on for the Gazette-Times." This is incorrect, the 2004 Wilberger...

An A-zone parking permit for the 2019-20 academic year can cost up to $522, leading some to argue only students and faculty of means can afford to park on campus. 

OSU students utilize various transportation options

Vada Shelby, News Contributor
September 20, 2019

Oregon State University has different parking permit zones across campus along with a parking garage near Reser Stadium and multiple metered parking spaces. The parking garage rate is $10 for a full day...

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University program aids students from migrant backgrounds to encourage timely graduation

Jada Krening, News Contributor
January 7, 2019

Each year, a cohort of 35 first-years join OSU, after overcoming a childhood spent in many places in search of work, as part of the College Assistance Migrant Program. CAMP is a grant-based federally...

The Knights huddle prior to their game at Goss Stadium against the Portland Pickles on Thursday June, 28.

Corvallis Knights storm Goss Stadium

Jarred Bierbrauer, Editor-in-Chief
July 16, 2018

Knights end first half of 2018 season with a 14-10 record After the Oregon State baseball team left for the College World Series in June, the Corvallis Knights baseball players took to Goss Stadium at...

Candalynn Johnson, Isamar Chávez and Eric George stand outside of the Longworth House Office Building in Washington D.C. The group met with a legislative aid for Rep. Earl Blumenauer on Wednesday to discuss issues around undocumented students rights and Pell Grants. 

Meet the ASOSU lobbyists: Candalynn Johnson

Riley Youngman, Editor-in-Chief
May 1, 2017

Candalynn JohnsonPronouns: She, Her, HersYear: 4thMajor: Political ScienceTitle: Executive Director of Government RelationsAfter graduating from Sweet Home High School, Johnson enrolled at Linn-Benton...

Ali Aldubaini handing food to Sultan Alanazi from the Happy Shawarma window. Aldubaini opened Happy Shawarma in February 2017 after he noticed a need in the community for the Middle Eastern dish.

Finding home cooking on the streets

Erin Dose, News Contributor
April 17, 2017

It’s dark and cold. Oregon State University students walk back to their houses and residence halls, ending their long days. Their feet hurt, exhaustion presses down on them and most of all, they’re...

Willie Elfering (center) and Donald Phillips (right) are responsible for veterans receiving Veteran Priority Registration at OSU.

Army Veteran Donald Phillips advocates for fellow Vets

Sierra Koefoed, News Contributor
November 7, 2016

For Donald Phillips, the army provided a mixture of experiences. While there were inevitably frustrating and difficult situations, he appreciated certain aspects of his service, such as the camaraderie...

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