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Nearly 75 monkeypox cases in Oregon; how to stay informed, get tested

Adriana Gutierrez, News Contributor
August 4, 2022

The World Health Association has declared Monkeypox a public health emergency of international concern, as the virus continues to spread across the United States and in five counties in Oregon.  As...

Beavers fall in the Corvallis Super Regional opener

Ryan Harlan, Sports Contributor
June 12, 2022

Poor communication on defense and offensive inconsistencies had Oregon State Beaver Baseball unable to hold onto their early lead over the Auburn Tigers, losing 7-5 in game 1 of the Corvallis Super...

Paige Orals on May 24, a second year student at Oregon State University works in Dixon Recreation Center. She is one of many employees who will get a boost to a 15$ wage this July.

Social Addendum: I’m getting a raise and you deserve one too

Christine Castles, Columnist
June 6, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. Oregon’s minimum wage will increase to $13.50 an hour...

Construction is underway on the east side of Reser Stadium where Student Health Services will be relocated to the Oregon State University Wellness Clinic for future use. Student Health Services and the Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center will both move out of Plageman Hall and be separated from each other.

Student Health Services, Survivor Advocacy and Resource Center to move out of Plageman Hall

Emma Coke, News Contributor
June 6, 2022

In the fall of 2023, Oregon State University’s Student Health Services, which is currently housed within Plageman Hall, will move to the southeast side of Reser Stadium.  SHS moving to Reser Stadium...

Bikes locked on the bike rack near the Student Experience Center at Oregon State University on May 31. Bikes are a common way to travel campus and ZAP encourages more people to bike for sustainability and health reasons.

ZAP biking aims to encourage students to bike more through prizes and competition incentive

Hayden Lohr, News Reporter
June 6, 2022

ZAP biking is an on-campus service at Oregon State University that, since COVID-19 quarantine is over for most, is now trying to increase awareness and encourage more people to bike to and around campus.  ZAP...

Studio Art major Lee Niemi poses inside the Pride Center at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Ore. on May 17. Niemi is a student worker at the OSU Pride Center which celebrated its 20th year anniversary last year.

“The most powerful sense of relief I’ve felt in my life:” Trans Pride Center representative discusses LGBTQIA+ life

Zeva Rosenbaum, News Contributor
June 6, 2022

Lee Niemi, a community relations representative at the Oregon State University Pride Center, said he joined the queer community after learning most people didn’t feel the same way as him.  “I’ve...

OSU senior Lily Noling poses in front of the Oregon State sign in her regalia attire on May 26. Noling will be graduating June 11 with a Bachelor of Science in the College of Business, majoring in marketing.

Soon-to-be OSU graduates look towards future as commencement approaches

Kimberly Clairmont, News Contributor
June 6, 2022

With Oregon State University’s Commencement taking place in-person again this year, students voice their appreciation for the years they spent gaining valuable experience in college. Soon-to-be graduated...

Student outside of the OSU Global Opportunities office on May 17, holding her passport. The OSU global opportunities office regulates OSU international programs.

F*ck it, real talk: Why it’s hard to study abroad, but important to try

Hayden Lohr, Columnist
June 6, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. Studying abroad is difficult to do; there are many barriers,...

Associated Students of Oregon State University’s Student Fee Commitee sets the summer fees, which are banked to fund eight units around campus. The SFC voted to lower fees for the summer 2022 term.

Student Fee Committee reduces summer fees

Sam Misa, News Contributor
June 6, 2022

During the 2021-22 school year, the Student Fee Committee, which makes decisions on incidental and Student Facility Improvement fees, voted to remove the incidental fees from what students taking summer...

Students wait in line to order at Trader Bings Cafe in Austin Hall on the morning of May 16. Worker shortages at on-campus dining halls and cafes have caused long lines and further difficulty for current staff members.

UHDS locations experience ongoing worker shortages

Emma Coke, News Contributor
June 6, 2022

Employment at Oregon State University’s Housing and Dining Services locations, for both students and professional staff members, is still not up to pre-pandemic levels.  UHDS locations, which include...

Starship robots pass by the outside of the Memorial Union on May 16. The Starship robots will rise up in 2065 according to the local representative, but only after they conquer the train that comes through campus.

F*ck it, real talk: Starship robots have gotten faster and more aggressive, taking OSU community by storm

Hayden Lohr, Columnist
June 6, 2022

Editor’s Note: This column does not represent the opinion of The Daily Barometer. This column reflects the personal opinions of the writer. The robots on Oregon State Universtiy’s Corvallis, Ore....

This shows an illustration of the blue and yellow Ukranian flag with text reading Our spirit is unbreakable.

‘Our spirit is really unbreakable:’ Sister-city university students offer perspectives on Russian-Ukrainian war

Zeva Rosenbaum, News Contributor
June 4, 2022

Two freshman students from Corvallis’s sister-city university, Uzhhorod National University, Sandra Dragostinova and Milla Puziak, have faced challenges maintaining their normal life and education amid...

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