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OSU Department of Public Safety ‘actively investigating’ alleged explosives threat

Zeva Rosenbaum, News Contributor
May 3, 2022

After two Oregon State University alerts that warned community members of an alleged explosives threat within a vehicle on the Corvallis, Ore. campus, there is still no further information about the situation. The...

Samantha Giaimo, trained peer and Student Resource Staff member at the Wellness Nook associated with CAPS, working at the front desk in March of 2020. CAPS is currently experiencing high demand from students and refers students to resources if they are unable to get an appointment.

Students report CAPS understaffing issues, high demand

Lara Rivera, News Contributor
May 2, 2022

Following an increase in demand for individual session services, Oregon State University’s Counseling and Psychological Services encourages use of an upcoming MyStudentSupportServices app, therapy groups...

The Valentine’s Day aisle is filled with chocolate hearts in the Safeway in Corvallis, Ore. The Corvallis and Oregon State University community are getting ready to celebrate the season of love.

Orange is the New Pink: Valentine’s Day not a purely materialistic holiday

Kimberly Clairmont, Columnist
February 7, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. Valentine’s Day shouldn’t be remembered as just another...

Scott Vignos stands before an Oregon State University sign near the Kerr Administration building, where the Office of Institutional Diversity is located. Vignos is now leading the OID as the new interim vice president and chief diversity officer as of Sept. 20.

Scott Vignos chosen to lead OSU inclusion and diversity office

Kimberly Clairmont, News Contributor
September 23, 2021

Scott Vignos, named as the new Oregon State University interim vice president and chief diversity officer, will head the Office of Institutional Diversity as of Sept. 20. Since October 2015, Vignos...

A screenshot of Rick Singers Twitter account. 

Weatherford Hall photo featured on college admissions scam Twitter account

The Baro Staff
March 13, 2019

Rick Singer, the man in charge of a university admissions bribery and test fraud scandal, used a photo of Weatherford hall on a Twitter account connected to the illegal scheme.William Rick Singer pleaded...

Drone photograph of the Memorial Union Quad.

ASOSU Election 2019: voting window now open

Jada Krening, News Reporter
February 17, 2019

Monday is the first day students may cast their vote in the Associated Students of Oregon State University election.Students may cast their digital ballots on the ASOSU website, via a personalized link...

Attendees of the “Women’s Words: Women’s Work” exhibit chat following a speech by Tiah Edmunson-Morton. 

Archives Month features opportunities to engage with history

Alexis Campbell, News Contributor
October 20, 2018

October is Archives Month at Oregon State University, and the library's Special Collections & Archives Research Center is holding events throughout the month to promote its historical collections.Archives...

Chalking done by SUPER is shown in the Student Experience Center Plaza. The chalking took place Wednesday, April 18.

Removal of pro-Palestinian chalking violates students’ free speech

Delaney Shea, Reporter
April 24, 2018

University admits mistake, plans to train staff furtherFor Oregon State University students, the way to have one’s voice float up to hundreds or thousands of students per day is to chalk words and pictures...

Opinion: Students fire back at gun regulations

Genesis Hansen, Columnist
March 12, 2018

Activist march takes schools by stormA 19-year-old man, who purchased an AR-15 rifle without any legal or systematic prevention, took the lives of 17 students and teachers in a school shooting at Marjory...

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Student Legal Services offers help with roommate issues

Brock Hulse, News Contibutor
February 26, 2018

Advice, help available for students through Livability Code.When renting an apartment or house, individuals should carefully read the lease and understand the landlords’ expectations, Tracy Oulman, Housing...

The illustration showcases a high jumper performing the Fosbury Flop coined by high jumper Dick Fosbury.

Past OSU athletes to Olympic medalists

Jarred Bierbrauer, Sports Contributor
February 19, 2018

This article was updated on Feb. 19, to correct an inaccurate date and photo.Dick Fosbury, Gary Payton, Carol Menken-Schaudt, competed in the Olympics.Ever since Oregon State University was founded in...

Band members of North by North Kendra Blank and Nate Girard play the drums and guitar on stage.

Opinion: Corvallis music louder than ever

Genesis Hansen, Columnist
February 19, 2018

Thriving music community requires larger venue to support musicians.Corvallis is booming with musical talent, although there is a lack of space for those who relish in the art of musical showmanship. The...

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