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OSU will start required social justice training course next Fall

Oregon State University will implement a required online course in social justice next Fall. The five module online course deals with issues of “diversity, inclusion and social justice.” The goal of the program is to equip students with knowledge about the history of social justice in Oregon as well as at the …

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Chromeo graces the crowd with groovy Canadian electronic as the sun sets. The Gorge hosts the 14th Annual Sasquatch! Music Festival over Memorial Day weekend from Friday, May 22 to Monday, May 25, 2015. (Cole Elsasser/Emerald)
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Surviving at Sasquatch: Festival Camping 101

So you spent the money from your work study job on tickets to your favorite festival. Whether it’s Sasquatch, Coachella or Bonnaroo, one thing is certain: you will be camping. This isn’t your childhood summer trip with your parents. This is the time to pretend you know how to camp …

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Moss: U.S. workers in the meat industry suffer awful working conditions

“We value our team members and treat them with respect,” according to an e-mailed statement from Tyson. I doubt executives at Tyson can say they respect workers rights with a straight face. The disgusting realities of the meat industry usually come as no surprise; however, what may be shocking now …

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