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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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Professors balance mental health with work

Vada Shelby, News Contributor
February 11, 2019

Sometimes working 11-hour days filled with teaching, running committees and grading papers, professor of lifetime fitness for health, Erica Woekel, could find herself staying on campus from 7 a.m. to 6...

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‘Opening a window’ to education

Jada Krening, News Reporter
February 4, 2019

Editor’s note: Some quotes in this story have been translated from Spanish to English.Each year, Oregon State University’s federally funded High School Equivalency Program serves a total of 38 students...

Priscila Narcio stands on the Riverfront in Salem, Ore. Narcio is pursuing a teaching degree from OSU and was an undocumented immigrant before she received her DACA status.

Priscila Narcio’s family immigrated to the U.S from Mexico when she was five, but after years of being undocumented, she now has DACA status

Richard Steeves
January 17, 2017

Sinaloa, Mexico, is not the safest place to raise a child, but that is where Priscila Narcio was born. “The area we were living in was really dangerous,” said Priscila’s mother Teresa Narcio.Priscila...

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