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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...

A piece by Tim Timmerman (left) and a piece by Tatyana Ostapenko at the Corvallis Arts Center Looking at Us exhibition on April 10. The artists did not know each other prior to the exhibition but their work was chosen to be shown together due to similarities in message and style.

Looking at Us art exhibition aims to encourage hopefulness through hardship

Hayden Lohr, News Reporter
May 2, 2022

The Corvallis Arts Center exhibition “Looking at Us” hosts work from two artists dealing with themes of life, death and hope in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic and war in Ukraine. The exhibition,...

Young protestors display their signs at a Ukraine protest at the Benton County Courthouse in Corvallis, Ore. on March 5. According to Grace Atebe, director of the Office of International Services, Oregon State University wants to help all those in the university community who have been impacted by the Russian-Ukrainian war.

OSU ‘committed to providing care and support’ for students impacted by Russia-Ukraine war

Zeva Rosenbaum, News Contributor
April 21, 2022

Oregon State University and the Office of International Services are working to support students affected by the Russia-Ukraine war. Dan Larson, vice provost for student affairs, said OSU is working...

Albany resident, John Kolck proudly displays a sign that reads “Freedom, Democracy and Peace in Ukraine. Stand 
with the World Against Tyranny.” at a protest on Sunday, March 5. Kolck mentioned that while he is in Corvallis, 
Ore. protesting, his daughter is abroad in Berlin helping Ukrainian refugees.

During war with Russia, the Barometer stands with Ukrainians

Baro Staff
March 7, 2022

As the citizens of Ukraine fight for the right to their own land, the loss of life at the hands of Russian imperialism is felt here in Corvallis, Ore., as many residents have ties to their Ukraine heritage,...

4-year-old Belle Baxley holds a homemade sign while protesting in support for the people of Ukraine at the Benton County 
Courthouse in Corvallis, Ore. on Feb. 26. This is Baxley’s first protest.

A 6,000 mile sisterhood: the relationship between Corvallis & Uzhhorod during Russian-Ukrainian war

Zeva Rosenbaum, News Contributor
March 7, 2022

What do Corvallis, Ore. and Uzhhorod, Ukraine have in common? They’re sister cities. Since 1989 and the founding of the volunteer-run Corvallis Sister Cities Association, Corvallis and Uzhhorod have...

Albany, Ore. resident John Kolck proudly displays his sign in support of peace in Ukraine at the Benton County Courthouse on March 5. Kolck mentioned that while he was at the rally, his daughter is abroad in Berlin helping Ukrainian refugees.

Corvallis gathers again in support of Ukraine, sister city residents provide updates

Zeva Rosenbaum, News Contributor
March 5, 2022

Dozens of Corvallis, Ore. residents gathered in front of the Benton County Courthouse to support Uzhhorod, Ukraine for a second time at noon on March 5.  The gathering took place one week after an...

Protestors gather to show support for the people of Ukraine in front of the Benton County Courthouse in Corvallis, Ore on Feb. 26. Vasyl Chubar, a resident of one of Corvallis sister cities, Uzhhorod, Ukraine, provided another update on his experience on-the-ground during the Russian invasion.

Ukrainian Corvallis sister city resident provides further updates on state of war

Zeva Rosenbaum, News Contributor
February 27, 2022

Vasyl Chubar, resident of Uzhhorod, Ukraine, which is one of Corvallis Ore.’s sister cities, provided another update on the current state of Ukraine during the Russian invasion as of Feb. 26.  Chubar...

4-year-old Belle Baxley holds a homemade sign while protesting in support for the people of Ukraine at the Benton County Courthouse in Corvallis, Ore. on Feb. 26. This is Baxley’s first protest.

Corvallis citizens show support for Ukraine at Benton County Courthouse gathering

Zeva Rosenbaum, News Contributor
February 26, 2022

Corvallis, Ore. residents gathered outside the Benton County Courthouse in support of Ukraine on Feb. 26 at noon, holding signs aloft and calling for an end to the Russian invasion.  Over 40 people...

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Ukrainian citizen from Corvallis sister city speaks on Russian invasion

Zeva Rosenbaum, News Contributor
February 24, 2022

Russia has invaded Ukraine as of Feb. 24, and a Ukrainian citizen from Uzhhorod, sister city to Corvallis, Ore., provided an update to the Corvallis Sister Cities Association on the situation. Vasyl...

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