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Associated Students of Campus Director of Student Advocacy Marichelle Gurski has been advocating for the accessibility of free menstrual products and supports HB 3294. If passed, the bill would mandate product dispensers to be accessible and free in educational institutions, including OSU. 

Oregon House Bill would require OSU to provide free menstrual products

Angela Tam, News Contributor
April 27, 2021

State legislation in Oregon is considering the passing of House Bill 3294, which would require every public education institution, including Oregon State University, to provide both tampons and sanitary...

The Educational Opportunities Program is housed on the third floor of Waldo Hall. The EOP provides support for students who have traditionally been denied equal access to higher education.

Student accuses ASOSU of discrimination for disqualifying elections running-mate

Kelsy Valentine, News Contributor
February 22, 2021

The Associated Students of Oregon State University disqualified a student from participating in its elections because they had taken a term off for financial reasons; ASOSU was then accused of discrimination...

Undergraduate representative Ian Walker, Speaker of the house Carol Moreno and Congressional clerk Tatyanna Statum attending ASOSU’s last meeting of the academic year. 

ASOSU representative fails to gain support for concealed carry resolution

Matthew Brooks, News Contributor
June 3, 2019

A resolution introduced this term in the Associated Students of Oregon State University Congress led to discussions about the concealed carry policy on campus, but was ultimately not adopted by the student...

OSU President Ed Ray

OSU Board of Trustees seeks student input for presidential search

Jaycee Kalama, News Reporter
May 13, 2019

Following Oregon State University President Ed Ray’s announcement that he will step down in June of 2020, when his five-year contract is completed, the Board of Trustees is seeking student input and...

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ASOSU resolution pushes OSU to meet 2025 carbon neutral goal

Vada Shelby, News Contributor
April 29, 2019

Associated Students of Oregon State University members are looking to propose a plan for sustainability changes on campus, which could lead to OSU getting closer to meeting its 2025 carbon neutrality goal. ASOSU...

Ryan Khalife, Jacqueline Logsdon and Luke Bennett stand in front of the Capitol Building.

ASOSU Lobby Team hits the ground on first day meeting with legislators

Riley Youngman, Editor-in-Chief
April 26, 2017

DACA, sexual assault prevention and college affordability.Wednesday kicked off the ASOSU Lobby Team’s first day of on-the-ground lobbying. The team of nine lobbyists split themselves into three pre-arranged...

Concussion evaluation

As the NCAA continues the biggest concussion study in history, OSU continues to evaluate concussion protocol and its support systemHayden Craig’s fifth and final concussion happened in practice, as many...

 Kyle Van Krieken’s tattoo is a nod to his favorite anime figure Greed from the show “Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood.

OSU Inked: A look at tattoos at OSU, the meanings behind them and their possible career implications

Richard Steeves
January 10, 2017

Natalie Paul knows the history of her art. The Corvallis native and local tattoo artist says tattoos date back over 10,000 years. They have since found their way into almost every culture on Earth. As...

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