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The flyer for the Out of Dark walk can be seen educating the OSU community about the walk in the Student Experience Center. The event will feature a 22 push-up challenge to honor veterans, guest speakers, and an honor bead ceremony.

OSU annual Out of the Darkness walk will support veterans

Event to feature Push-up Challenge that will honor those lost to suicide
Katterlea MacGregor, News Contributor
April 4, 2022

Content warning – story contains mention of depression and suicide.  Oregon State University’s annual Out of the Darkness walk event, which focuses on removing the stigma around suicide and mental...

Academic Advisor and 25 year military veteran, William Elfering, works for the Veteran Resource Center at Oregon State University from his office in Snell Hall. Mr. Elfering believes, “Veterans Day should be less like Memorial Day and, instead, more of a celebration.”

The significance of Veterans Day, ‘service before self’

Kimberly Clairmont, News Contributor
November 8, 2021

Military-affiliated individuals urge Oregon State University community members to recognize those currently serving and those who formerly served the United States by attending upcoming Veterans Day events. On...

After the end of the war in Afghanistan, local concerned citizens are asking community members to consider the effects on Afghan refugees and veterans. The Benton County Veterans Memorial located in Corvallis, Ore. memorializes local veterans from World War I to present day.

Corvallis community reflects on Afghanistan war aftermath

Kimberly Clairmont, News Contributor
September 20, 2021

Concerned Corvallis, Ore. community members hope the end of the war in Afghanistan will raise public awareness surrounding military sacrifice and global morality.  News stories flooded the media during...

World War I propaganda posters can be found in Oregon State University’s Special Collections and Archives.

World War 1 propaganda posters in the Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives do not reflect the “difficulty adjusting back into society”

Taryn Hugo, News Contributor
January 27, 2020

A sizable collection of World War I posters are currently available for observation at the Oregon State University Special Collections and Archives, located on the fifth floor of The Valley Library.The...

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