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Inside Dixon Recreation Center on the Oregon State Campus, November 13th, 2023.

Dixon Recreation Center offers students opportunities to stay fit this winter

Lucinda Boyle, News Contributor
January 23, 2024

It’s a situation many are familiar with. You make a New Year's resolution. You buy protein powder, a workout planner, maybe even a new pair of running shoes. You imagine walking into Dixon Recreation...

The Lynne Hallstrom Detrick Concert Hall is under construction in the Patricia Valian Reser Center for the Creative Arts on Friday, November 3, 2023. The Patricia Valian Reser Center for the Creative Arts represents Oregon State University’s first building dedicated to the arts.

‘What all great universities have to have’: OSU’s new $75 million arts center

David Li, News Contributor
November 9, 2023

The concert hall, one of the six different venues of the new $75 million arts center, lacks any curtains, wings or fly space. Windows let sunlight pour into the art gallery, despite the risk of ultraviolet...

Rhwan Krogh stands outside of Kidder Hall on Oregon State’s campus on Oct. 15th. He helps international students adjust to life in Corvallis.

Local philanthropist invites international students into local families

Danlu Yang, News Contributor
October 30, 2023

Renowned for his international heritage and dedication, Rhawn Krogh was born into a diverse family. With three Korean descendant sisters, two Cambodian brothers and one Thai sister, Krogh and his six...

Photograph of the sun emerging through the trees on the Oregon State University campus on July 12. The summer weather is predicted to be hot and dry during expected fire season.

Hot, dry weather in forecast for Oregon this summer

Maya Lim, News Contributor
July 12, 2023

Clear skies and sunny weather are expected for the months of July and August, and another hot Corvallis summer is expected in the forecast.  According to The Weather Channel, this week temperatures...

Photo courtesy of Adriene Koett-Cronn, photo taken by Mark Farley.

Tsunami drill prepares Oregon coast in event of ‘The Big One’

Emma Coke, News Reporter
July 11, 2023

Oregon State University’s Hatfield Marine Science Center recently hosted a tsunami evacuation drill to encourage Newport residents to re-evaluate or establish evacuation plans in the event of "The Big...

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...

National student loan debt relief has been struck down, OSU’s response

National student loan debt relief has been struck down, OSU’s response

Riley LeCocq, News Reporter
June 30, 2023

The Supreme Court voted to strike down President Joe Biden’s student debt relief plan that would have relieved nearly 40 million people across the country, including 329,000 Oregonians who applied or...

Graduates and families of the class of 2023 share thoughts, advice

Riley LeCocq, News Reporter
June 27, 2023

Graduates of Oregon State University’s 154th commencement ceremony share their thoughts, favorite memories and advice for the classes of students to come just before entering Reser stadium, the morning...

Ettihad Cultural Center Director Zeena Faulk (she/her) poses for a photo on May 15 inside of Oregon State University’s Ettihad Cultural Center in Corvallis. “I encourage you to come here. It is such a nice atmosphere, and you will feel the warmth,” Faulk said.

Ettihad Cultural Center Director Zeena Faulk shares life

Ginnie Sandoval, News Contributor
June 26, 2023

Zeena Faulk, a doctoral graduate with over a dozen published translations, brings her background in translation and language to Oregon State University as the Ettihad Cultural Center director. Faulk...

Recreational Sports facilities will be under renovation this summer

Riley LeCocq, News Reporter
June 26, 2023

Throughout the summer, Student Legacy Park, the sand volleyball courts and multiple Dixon Recreation Center facilities will be under construction. Current construction-caused detours and closure throughout...

Allison Sakai standing in front of her installation titled “We Looked Like the Enemy”, hung in Snell Hall on June 2, 2023 in Corvallis. After receiving letters written by her grandmother, from her father, Allison quoted, “In my grandma’s writings, she included haikus that my great grandfather, Yempei Wake, wrote while he was incarcerated”.

Photographer forges ahead despite vandalism

Lucinda Boyle, News Contributor
June 12, 2023

It was not only the blatant racism, but also the politicization of a personal story that upset Allison Sakai when her photography project on her family’s internment was vandalized during winter term. “It...

Kyle Meaders (he/him) (left), JJ Colton (he/him) (middle), and Nathaniel Hannan (he/him) hosts of At Least It’s Not Rocket Science, get ready to record a podcast episode on May 1. at Oregon State University’s Orange Media Network podcast recording room in Corvallis. The hosts of the podcast At Least Its Not Rocket Science recently went to Alabama for an event hosted by NASA, in which the podcasters launched a rocket that they had been working on for the past year.

OSU student rocket science podcast finds success at NASA event

Gabriel Braukman, News Contributor
May 9, 2023

 A recent rocket launch hosted by NASA, and a podcast launch last November, both are the work of Oregon State University students through the “At Least It’s Not Rocket Science”.  Hosted in Toney,...

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