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A student taking notes from a pre-recorded lecture on their laptop. Remote learning has had an effect on both students and teachers regarding mental health.

OSU professors aim to ‘minimize struggles of remote learning’

Artur Pinheiro Da Silva, News Contributor
January 4, 2021

Adam Schwartz, a professor in the School of Language, Culture and Society at Oregon State University, said he is learning a lot about online teaching through the platform Zoom, and that it is a new learning...

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OSU grading policies under COVID-19 impacted minimally

Artur Pinheiro da Silva, News Contributor
October 26, 2020

Professors and students at Oregon State University are dealing with changes within the satisfactory/unsatisfactory grading policies, absences to ill students, changes to assignment dates and to the remote...

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Student protestors demand improved music program | Photo Gallery

The Baro Staff, Photography by Nyjah Gobert
May 2, 2019

Students marched on Thursday from Community Hall to Bexell Hall to advocate for increased resources and transparency regarding funding decisions on behalf of the Music Department of Oregon State University....

Assistant Professor Naomi Fitter holds a microphone to comedy robot Jon the Robot.

Oregon State University professor uses entertainment robot to educate

Lillian Nomie, News Contributor
April 29, 2019

Oregon State University’s robots are learning to perform comedy, and researchers like Naomi Fitter, assistant professor for the School of Mechanical, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering, are using...

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Graduate teaching assistants balance tight schedules with early preparation

Morgan Mawn, News Contributor
April 1, 2019

The responsibility of leading and structuring a class is a large time commitment for Oregon State University’s graduate teaching assistants, meaning they began prepping for spring term while many other...

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Bard in the Quad enters its twelfth year

Garrett Kitamura, News Contributor
July 31, 2017

For many, the name William Shakespeare can evoke images of Renaissance attire, British accents and choreographed swordplay. So when passing through the Memorial Union Quad on a summer afternoon, one might...

Todd Stansbury ended his contract with Oregon State Athletics prematurely in 2016, resulting in over a million dollars in debt. OSU asked that he pay his debts on or before June 15, 2019 or legal action would be taken. Since then, OSU has filed a lawsuit against Stansbury.

OSU AD Todd Stansbury leaves for Georgia Tech

Josh Worden, Senior Beat Reporter
September 22, 2016

OSU Athletic Director decides to take AD job at Georgia Tech barely one year after arriving in CorvallisTodd Stansbury spent 13 months at Oregon State before ending his tenure Thursday as Vice President...

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