Oregon State University’s College Republicans have celebrated the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution with a gun giveaway each year for more than a decade — and the club plans to continue the tradition this year, despite criticism that it is insensitive in the wake of school shootings.
Oregon State University will require all students to self-report past felony convictions and registered sex offender status before enrolling for fall term but will not bar them from school activities unless they pose a safety risk, the university announced on Thursday.
There’s been a lot of grousing about preseason rankings and critics. When did Ducks fans develop such a thin skin? Rather than pound the table, I say bring it on. To the national pundits we’re known as the Blur or...
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Set the way-back machine to 1951 and get your DeLoreans up to 88 MPH. We’re going back to look at a famous Duck from Oregon‘s rich history. While Oregon has had many great coaches over the years, I think we…
CORVALLIS, Ore. — Students at Oregon State University will be paying more for tuition this coming fall.
The OSU Board of Trustees decided this week to get rid of the tuition plateau, which allowed students taking 16 credits to pay for the amount of 12. Students taking 15 credits will pay almost 12 percent more than last year. In-state residents will now pay more than $8,500 a year for tuition.
Out-of-state residents will have to pay more than $27,000 a year.
“I think it’s a really bad idea,” said OSU student Paloma Springer of New Mexico. “I don’t like it. I don’t think it’s fair for students and their families. We’re the important aspect of this college – the students – and we’re here to learn and to get an education. And if we’re unable to afford it, then that’s not helpful for our future.”
Oregon State University says it is working to target at least $1.5 million in financial aid for at-risk returning students.
CORVALLIS, Ore. — Kendra Sunderland, known worldwide as “Library Girl,” will be arraigned at the Benton County Courthouse on Thursday, after state police say she filmed a pornographic video in the Oregon State University Valley Library.
Sunderland, 19, is facing a public indecency charge. She will face a judge at 2:00 pm.
Oregon State Police cited Sunderland in January after the video was posted on PornHub.com. The video was recorded in October.
KEZI 9 News will be at the courthouse for her arraignment. Watch KEZI 9 News at 5 and 6 pm for the latest.