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Benton County releases CSD board election results

Elijah Dodd, News Contributor
May 19, 2021

Benton County released the results of the 2021 Corvallis School District election on the night of May 18 on the Oregon election results website. The winners of this school district election will serve...

Notable Willamette Valley trans-rights advocate, Dharma Mirza, can be seen supporting trans-rights and AIDS awareness. Mirza is a figure of hope and progress for the local community, while managing the biggest drag family in the Linn-Benton county.

Alumnae chapter of OSU sorority hosts world AIDS event, aims to educate about, destigmatize HIV

Angela Tam, News Contributor
November 29, 2020

Although HIV and AIDS can impact everyone, it has impacted certain groups disproportionately more. This has included the LGBTQ+ community, people of color, IV drug users and sex workers.Dharma Mirza is...

(Right) Luhui Whitebear watches as Oregon Governor Kate Brown signs a bill to launch an investigation within the state of Oregon asking the different law enforcement agencies, between the state and the Oregon tribal communities, to work together and recognize the extent of the issue of missing Native American women. 

OSU student testifies before State Senate, protects Native American women

Lillian Nomie, News Contributor
May 28, 2019

University Ph.D student spoke in front of the state Senate in support of a bill that directly affects her community, helping push to focus on the issue of missing Native American women. Luhui Whitebear,...

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Native American sketch comedy group performs at OSU

Jaycee Kalama, News Reporter
May 20, 2019

For the first time in five years, comedy group 1491s came back to Oregon State University for a Native American comedy night, to perform a set on the realities Indigenous people face living in today’s...

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Salmon Bake honors Native American culture

Matthew Brooks, News Contributor
May 20, 2019

As the Friday-morning clouds opened up to rays of sunshine, a line of people formed to get their hands on some of the salmon being served at this year’s Salmon Bake—an annual event hosted by the Native...

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Native American Longhouse Indigenous cultures

the Baro Staff
September 15, 2017

The Native American Longhouse Eena Haws has been on the Oregon State campus since 1971, making it the longest standing cultural resource center on campus. “The Native American Longhouse Eena Haws represents...

Attendees of the 19th Annual Salmon Bake gather around the fire where the salmon is prepared in the traditional way, served by the Longhouse on May 19. Those who waited in line were served salmon and multiple side dishes.  

Annual Salmon Bake serves 1,050, shows cultural pride

Tiffani Smith, News Contributor
May 22, 2017

The fire roared beneath skewered fillets. Community members gathered in awe as the salmon sizzled over the heat. A line of people waiting to dine on freshly-cooked fish wrapped around the building and...

The Native American Longhouse hosted a discussion about the North Dakota access pipeline on Tuesday. 

OSU Native American Longhouse addresses North Dakota access pipeline

Controversy struck when The Dakota Access Pipeline Project began earlier this summer. This controversy is being addressed on campus. On Tuesday, Nov. 15, The Native American Longhouse hosted a panel discussion...

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