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Letter to the Editor: Dear survivors, we love you, believe you and we are here to advocate with you

Elizabeth Kennedy, Whitney Archer
March 12, 2021

Dear Survivors, We believe you. We love you. We are here to advocate alongside you. We are writing to reaffirm, again and always, our commitment to believing and supporting survivors of sexual and interpersonal...

The Corvallis City Hall building is located downtown on Madison Avenue. OMN archive taken Feb. 2020. 

Corvallis City Council approves nearly $400,000 in funding to assist homeless support providers

Zoë Sandvigen, News Contributor
September 10, 2020

The Corvallis, Ore. City Council ruled in favor 9-0 to pass the decision to allocate $392,500 in funding to go towards a handful of organizations in town to help homeless individuals and families. The...

Faculty members created a petition to provide Oregon State University leadership with concrete suggestions regarding caregiver resources for OSU community members who are in need of more support due to COVID-19. Lisa Ellsworth, assistant professor in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, is one of the faculty members who contributed to the development of the petition.

OSU faculty writes petition asking university leadership for more caregiver support

Sukhjot Sal, News Contributor
July 30, 2020

Correction: A quote by Susanne Brander has been edited to provide more clarification about the university's response to the petition.Faculty members created a petition to provide Oregon State University...

Face mask-wearing marchers hold signs and chant during the March for Black Lives on June 7. 

Students write letter to Ed Ray after ‘passive’ email regarding issues faced by Black communities

Teresita Guzman Nader, News Reporter
June 12, 2020

Ed Ray, Oregon State University president, sent an email to all OSU students on May 31, calling for immediate action after the death of George Floyd. While some students applaud his words, others call...

The Dixon Lodge houses the Collegiate Recovery Community on the OSU Corvallis campus. The CRC Clubhouse is located on the east side of Dixon Lodge and through the glass door labeled “Clubhouse.” 

OSU students with history of addiction find solidarity, support in Collegiate Recovery Community

Morgan Mawn, News Contributor
January 6, 2020

Correction: This article had previously left out the full name of the Joan and Tom Skoro Collegiate Recovery Community. The term 'substance abuse' was also used in this article, which has now been updated...

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Increase in support animals challenges necessity

Alexis Campbell, News Contributor
November 19, 2018

Few would deny that pets can be a source of enjoyment and happiness. However, when it comes to emotional support animals the question of their necessity for people with mental health conditions is one...

How to win on Game Day at Oregon State

Go to games: You are paying for the tickets anyways with your student fees. Might as well take advantage of all the free sporting events available. Bring energy: Showing up is half the battle, Make...

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