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Affirmative action ruling will not affect Oregon State University admissions’ decision making

Affirmative action ruling will not affect Oregon State University admissions’ decision making

Katie Livermore, News Reporter
June 30, 2023

After the U.S. Supreme Court ruling to ban race-based decisions in college admissions on July 29, Oregon State University officials confirmed the Affirmative Action ruling will have no effect on the admissions...

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The Issue at Hand: Affirmative Action should be argued on the grounds of discrimination, diversity is the outcome

Skand S., Columnist
June 9, 2023

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. Affirmative action is currently being argued in the US Supreme...

A collage of opposing protest signs on issues including the Affordable Care Act, Planned Parenthood and Roe v. Wade centered around Amy Coney Barrett. These are some of the major issues coming to light with the recent appointment of the newest Supreme Court Justice. Coney Barretts nomination to the Supreme Court will have minimal impacts for Oregonians.

Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to U.S. Supreme Court raises questions about reproductive rights, impacts Oregon minimally

Angela Tam, News Contributor
November 9, 2020

Clarification: The headline and photo caption have been updated to better reflect and clarify how Amy Coney Barrett's rulings on past Supreme Court cases about women's reproductive rights will affect Oregonians...

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Opinion: United States needs honorable leaders

Ramzy Al-mulla, Columnist
October 29, 2018

“It doesn’t matter. We won.” That is what President Donald Trump said during an interview on CBS’s 60 Minutes when asked to clarify whether he believes if Christine Blasey Ford lied about her...

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Explained: Five norms challenged by Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation

Joe Wolf, Web & Mobile Manager
October 6, 2018

The U.S. Senate voted Saturday 50-48 to confirm Brett Kavanaugh for a seat on the Supreme Court. The decision to elevate Kavanaugh, President Donald Trump’s second confirmed justice at this point in...

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Student on the Street: Kavanaugh confirmation

Noah Nelson, News Contributor
October 4, 2018

Judge Brett Kavanaugh is President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee to replace retired Justice Anthony Kennedy, a key swing vote that could move the court in a more conservative direction on issues...

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Editorial: Ford, survivors should not have to fight to be heard

The Baro Editorial Board
October 1, 2018

Sexual assault survivors face a steep uphill battle whenever challenging men in power, and the stakes could not be higher as Judge Brett Kavanaugh, professor Christine Ford’s alleged assaulter, was set...

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OSU College Democrats: Kavanaugh unqualified for Supreme Court

Breanne Johnson, President of OSU College Democrats and Dylan Seibert
October 1, 2018

The College Democrats at OSU commend Dr. Christine Blasey Ford for her bravery and patriotism in sharing her testimony against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, the president’s nominee for the Supreme Court of...

In this file photo from 2017, a banner hangs outside of Goss Stadium celebrating the College World Series wins of the 2006 and 2007 Oregon State Beavers. Oregon State’s 2006 championship win was their first in school history. 

Opinion: Legalized sports betting is good for NCAA revenue

Alex Jones, Columnist
June 5, 2018

The Supreme Court made the decision to allow states to individually legalize and regulate sports betting as they please, in a 6-3 ruling.Professional sports teams are excited about this ruling and are...

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