Reporter Jenifer Delaney asked students on campus why they decided to take Summer classes in this On The Spot.
Reporters Connor Fajardo and Jarret Whitenack asked students on campus what they thought about the ban on plastic bags in Salem in this video produced by The Courier‘s multimedia editor, Montana Langford.
Henry Hippen – second-year, film and media “Sounds nice that it’s a sanctuary place. I don’t really agree with the whole ICE thing. Going around arresting people, and I think it’s wrong.” Jessica Legere – transfer degree “Yeah, I think it should stay
By Nick Rogers Victoria Bennette, Second-year General Studies student “It helps get stuff out of the way so you’re more prepared for when fall term rolls around.” Michael Wallace, First-Year History student “It’s better than sitting around at home.” Taylor Dollens, First-year Electronics student “To
Starting this summer, there will be a tuition increase of $6 per credit. We asked what students thought about the upcoming tuition hike. Photos by Caleb Wolf. I don’t think it’s a good idea because, as students, most are going full-time and if they are
Photos by Jenaro Ramirez. It might be detrimental to the individual student, but other students shouldn’t pay too much attention to it. We’re all here for our individual benefit. If they want to screw themselves, they can screw themselves. — Ty Shibley, first-year student of
Photos by Caleb Wolf. I never officially made one, but I think my unofficial New Year’s resolution was to become more strong in myself, and more stable as a person. — Mara Steele, first-year student of psychology. Not to procrastinate on things I want
By Megan Stewart and Jenaro Ramirez Mario Martinez, First-year Electrical Engineering student “[I’m going to] go to Bend. I have friends down there … They invited me, so I might try that out. I’ve never been snowboarding, so that’s something I’ve got to try. I might
Ariana Stone, first year psychology student “I think Oregon is also a state that allows open carry, so I’m okay with people who have a permit carrying a weapon. It’s not my preference that people should have guns on campus, but I think that they have
Justin Lavarnway, fourth year human resources student “I remember it when it was out here. I think it did better out here. There is just something to it. There’s a different kind of vibe. I didn’t even notice until now, but I liked the statue