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Doug Boysen (left), president and CEO of Samaritan Health Services, gives a speech to introduce the new Health Center after Jayathi Murthy’s speech on May 23 in front of the new center located on the southwest side of campus. The new Health Center is in collaboration with Student Health Services and Samaritan Health Services.

New on-campus health center and pharmacy to open in late June with increased hours

Sukhjot Sal, News Reporter
May 24, 2023

Next time you’re at a doctor’s appointment on campus, you might also have the perfect vantage point to watch a game at Reser Stadium. Oregon State University’s new Health Center, a collaboration...

Food being served during the annual Salmon Bake hosted by the Ina Haws Cultural Center in 2019.

Salmon bake returns Friday alongside 44th annual Klatowa Ina competition

Sydni Zidarevich , Justice, Equity and Diversity Beat Reporter
May 17, 2023

The Kaku-Ixt Mana Ina Haws cultural center is celebrating the spring salmon run with a salmon bake on May 19, which will be followed by the 44th annual Klatowa Ina Competition Pow-Wow on May 20. The...

Students surround an evangelist preaching in the Memorial Union quad on May 15.

‘Love is love:’ Students band together in opposition to hate speech from religious protester

Katie Livermore and Sukhjot Sal, News Reporters
May 16, 2023

In a mass of handmade signs with phrases such as “love is love” students gathered in the Memorial Union quad surrounding Daniel Lee, a traveling Evangelist with a sign that—in its largest, capitalized...

A student smiles with a home-made poster by SW Memorial Place on April 26. These homemade posters were held up by students during the on-campus march section of Take Back the Night.

Take Back the Night

Taylor Cockrell
May 4, 2023

Take Back the Night, a survivor-centered event, was held on April 26 in the Memorial Union Lounge to recognize Sexual Assault Awareness/Action Month (SAAM). The event consisted of multiple components...

A photo illustration of an Oregon State athletics backpack filled with fake cash taken on April 21 in Corvallis.

Spare Change: Mental health resources for all… well, not for you: Student fees pay for athletics designated psychologist in ‘23-’24

Nino Paoli , Columnist
May 2, 2023

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. How do you feel knowing that you’re paying for someone...

Xiulei “David” Ji (he/him), professor of chemistry at Oregon State University, explains his research on April 13 at OSU in Corvallis. Zinc battery research works to improve the sustainability of energy storage as an alternative to commonly-used lithium ion batteries.

New zinc battery research at OSU offers improved renewable energy storage

Nino Paoli, News Reporter
May 1, 2023

Eighty-degree weather in April is unheard of in Corvallis, but look no further than the second floor of Gilbert Hall, where Xiulei “David” Ji, professor of chemistry at Oregon State University  keeps...

Executive Director of Corvallis’ Arts Center Cynthia Spencer-Hadlock (she/her) poses with wooden birdhouses on April 21 at the Corvallis Arts Center. These wooden birdhouses were donated by local woodworkers and will be put on sale at the 2023 Spring Garden Festival.

Spring festivities come near downtown Corvallis to support sustainable gardening

David Li, News Contributor
May 1, 2023

Oregon State University’s Spring Family Weekend is coming up, but the OSU campus isn’t the only part of town celebrating. In downtown Corvallis, the Arts Center Plaza is also set to be filled with...

Oregon State Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) staff posed in front of the Asian and Pacific Cultural Center (APCC) before their weekly meeting. From top to bottom and left to right, the members included are: Dylan Luong, Stanley Luu, Karthik Vijay, Lipo Sinapati,
Eric Kong, Lei Bugarin, Geoffrey Engel,
Bekah Rocak, Alex Dinges, Kayla Kurahashi, Katelyn Nguyen.

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month: A month of cultural identity pride and continued education

Sydni Zidarevich, Justice, Equity and Diversity Beat Reporter
April 27, 2023

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage month is known as a time to celebrate the ways AAPIs have contributed to history, but at Oregon State University, the month of May is also a time to learn about...

Photo illustration depicting Kylie Andrews (she/her), first year student at Oregon State University, squats to check growth of plants at Calvin Community Gardens on Feb. 25. Having a community garden is vital to being able to grow your own food.

Opinion: Calvin Community Garden and the high demand for gardening in Corvallis

Hannah Lull, Columnist
April 19, 2023

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. Gardening is becoming more popular, especially with springtime...

The Board of Trustees meeting on April 14 in the Memorial Union. Due to recommendations made by the University Budget Committee, continuing undergraduate students will have to pay 3.9% more in tuition payments whereas incoming undergraduate students will have to pay 4.4% more. These changes apply to both Corvallis and Cascades campuses.

Board of Trustees raises tuition and financial aid

David Li, News Contributor
April 17, 2023

Both incoming and continuing students will have to pay more in tuition and certain fees next year, Oregon State University’s Board of Trustees has decided. In the Board of Trustees meeting on April...

First baseman Garret Forrester working to get his Gonzaga opponent out at first.

The Beaver baseball team seals victory over Gonzaga

Kendell Nave, Sports Contributor
April 12, 2023

The Oregon State baseball team sealed their victory after scoring six runs during the sixth inning and then another six throughout the seventh at Goss Stadium on Tuesday night. The Beavers finished the...

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Forrester makes history though Beavers fall 2-1 to California Bears

Noah Evans, Sports Contributor
March 26, 2023

When first baseman Garret Forrester took ball four and walked to first base in the sixth inning of Saturday’s game at Goss Stadium, he also walked his way into Beaver baseball history. Forrester now...

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