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Redshirt-sophomore football player, Josh Green (left), and redshirt-sophomore volleyball player Nya Buckner (right), posing for a photo after a football game against the University of Washington Huskies at Reser Staidum in Corvallis, Ore. on Oct. 2, 2021. The couple enojoying spending time with one another outside of their athletic commitments.

Love at first spike: Oregon State student-athletes, Josh Green and Nya Buckner, share their love story

Hannah Lull, Sports Contributor
February 7, 2022

In the world of college athletics, it is very possible for a pair of star-crossed athletes from different sports to pursue a relationship with one another. Josh Green, a redshirt-sophomore punter on...

Pictured here is the Dam Change logo. Dam Change is an organization at Oregon State University that creates awareness about systemic racism.

Dam Change creates awareness about systemic racism

Alejandro Paniagua, Sports Contributor
January 3, 2022

Dam Change is a Black student-athlete-led organization on the Oregon State University campus that has come together to educate and raise awareness about systemic racism within society. The creation...

A group of Oregon State University student-athletes lead a protest for Black Lives Matter on June 7, 2020. Although Juneteenth is now a recognized holiday at OSU and federally in the United States, the institution still has significant work to do for Black liberation, according to Madison Ellsworth, a fourth-year business management student and co-president of DamChange.

Juneteenth ‘is American history,’ and work should ‘not stop at symbolic victories’

Cara Nixon, News Contributor
June 19, 2021

Oregon State University recognized Juneteenth as a university holiday for the first time this year, and though this is a milestone, Black community members highlight that there is much more work to be...

A group of Oregon State University student-athletes lead a protest for Black Lives Matter on June 7, 2020. Although Juneteenth is now a recognized holiday at OSU and federally in the United States, the institution still has significant work to do for Black liberation, according to Madison Ellsworth, a fourth-year business management student and co-president of DamChange.

Juneteenth ‘is American history,’ and work should ‘not stop at symbolic victories’

Cara Nixon, News Contributor
June 19, 2021

Oregon State University recognized Juneteenth as a university holiday for the first time this year, and though this is a milestone, Black community members highlight that there is much more work to be...

OSU Volleyballs Nya Buckner holds up a Black Lives Matter sign. Buckner has attended several protest in Arizona. 

OSU Volleyball’s Buckner attends protests, aligns with teammates in Black Lives Matter movement

Nya Buckner is a student-athlete at Oregon State, a redshirt sophomore on the volleyball team currently spending her summer in her home state of Arizona, and right now, Nya Buckner is also an optimist.That...

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OSU student-athlete Valentine’s Day survey

Editor's Note: One couple was removed from the category of "Should Stop Talking and Start Dating" due to discomfort on behalf of the individuals.The Daily Barometer did a survey for student athletes to...

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