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An Oregon State University student holds two signs reading “The Audacity” and “No Uterus No Opinion” at an anti-abortion demonstration that took place on Oct. 12. After anti-abortion group Tiny Heartbeat Ministries appeared on campus, pro-choice students began their own counter protest. (Content Warning: other photos in gallery feature graphic photos)

Anti-abortion demonstration faces pro-choice opposition on OSU campus

Sukhjot Sal, News Contributor
October 13, 2021

*Content warning: mentions of abortion and descriptive imagery. At about 9 a.m. on Tuesday, an anti-abortion demonstration started at Oregon State University, taking place until 1:30 p.m. when supporters...

The Student Experience Center on OSUs Corvallis, Ore. campus serves as the newest COVID-19 testing site starting Sept. 22. The university says the SEC was selected as a testing site because it has a newer ventilation system and promotes easier access for students.

New COVID-19 testing site for unvaccinated students at SEC

Tarsa Weikert, News Contributor
September 29, 2021

Unvaccinated students and staff who are required to follow Oregon State University COVID-19 safety guidelines can now be tested at the Student Experience Center or the LaSells Stewart Center. With students...

Josh Brenne, co-president of the Asian Pacific American Student Union, poses outside of the Memorial Union in his APASU hoodie and OSU mask. The APASU organization is a mean for people of similar cultural backgrounds or interests to come together socially and culturally.

OSU clubs affected by COVID-19, ‘feel fatigued by meeting and doing activities online’

Cara Nixon, News Contributor
December 9, 2020

Oregon State University students have felt the effects of courses being taught remotely due to COVID-19, but classes are not the only on-campus activity affected.OSU offers a multitude of clubs and organizations...

Pride Center

Pride Center retracts letter opposing Veterans Resources relocation

Vada Shelby, News Contributor
April 1, 2019

The Oregon State University Pride Center released, and has since retracted, an open letter on Facebook stating they opposed the proposed action to move the OSU Military and Veterans Resource Office into...

Craft Center

Craft Center offers free membership for students

Chloe Stewart, News Contributor
October 15, 2018

“Pyrography, Raku firing, Aizome indigo dying, precious metal clay sculpting, borosilicate torchwork, 3-D modeling and printing and more. The OSU Craft Center is a creative space for students, staff/faculty...

DAM JAM 2018 will feature a festival in Parker Plaza from 2 to 6 p.m., and then the show from 7 to 10 p.m. inside Reser Stadium.

2018 DAM JAM artists announced

The Baro Staff
April 23, 2018

The Oregon State University Program Council announced Monday morning the 2018 edition of DAM JAM will feature artists KYLE and Alison Wonderland. This year's event is slated to take place on June 2 in...

Oregon State’s Fraternity and Sorority Life community is made up of five councils with a total of 46 individual chapters. The five organizations consist of the Collective Greek Council, the Interfraternity Council, the National Pan-Hellenic Council, the Panhellenic Council and the Unified Greek Council.

Fraternity and Sorority Life seek dynamic, diverse community

OSU’s Fraternity and Sorority Life consists of five organizations that makeup the larger Greek population.The Center for Fraternity and Sorority Life, otherwise known as the CFSL, is an organization...

Sam Rodenberg, coordinator for sports program, holds a bag of dodgeballs in her hand. Rodenberg, along with the Department of Recreational Sports, works to give opportunities for students to engage in recreational activities. 

OSU provides various ways for students to get involved

Caleb Chandler News Contributor
September 17, 2017

Student Leadership InvolvementStudent Leadership Involvement brings together hundreds of clubs to enhance the college experience for students to expand on their co-curriculum agenda, according to Damoni...

Amarah Khan, ECC facility supervisor, speaks to ECC members. The ECC hosts several events throughout the year. 

Ettihad Cultural Center fosters community, welcomes all cultures

The Baro Staff
September 14, 2017

Oregon State University’s Ettihad Cultural Resource Center works to highlight the rich culture of southern, southwestern and central Asia, as well as northern Africa, by developing programs that increase...

Be the Match registry helps find donors to help those with cancer

Brittnee Barry, News Contributor
May 8, 2017

T1st Place OSU Club/OrganizationBe The Match Oregon State University was created by students with a passion to help the fight against blood cancer. They do this by holding events, registering potential...

Hannah Agnew-Svoboda and Roco, a pitbull, at the Native American Longhouse event. The event included bringing in two dogs from the humane society, a relaxation fort, bean bags, coloring and a CAPS representative giving a stress-relieving workshop. 

Stress-relief events offered at Oregon State University

Jaya Lazo, News Contributor
March 13, 2017

Several groups, organizations host self-care programs on campusA cover of “No Diggity” played softly in the background as a small group of Oregon State University students and professors gathered to...

OSU President Ed Ray sits in the Orange Media Network Newsroom and discusses the 2016 State of the University Address.

OSU president delivers 2017 State of the University Address

Joe Wolf, News Contributor
February 8, 2017

Oregon State University President Ed Ray delivered his annual State of the University Address on Wednesday at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland to a crowd of over 750 people.“As we prepare to...

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