On Monday, more protestors gathered at the capitol building in Salem. The event was noticeably different from the demonstration on Saturday night in which some protestors vandalized capitol building monuments and damaged property at Salem Center Mall. While the police watched the event closely, none
B.L.M. protestors and counter-protestors stir unrest in downtown Salem late Saturday night sparking city-wide curfew
On Saturday night, demonstrators in Salem came out in large crowds to protest the killing of George Floyd. Initially, the gather was peaceful with organizer, Melvin Smith simply calling on demonstrators to block the street in front of the capitol building. As more individuals joined
On Friday, mourners gathered at Oregon’s capitol building for a prayer vigil concerning the death of George Floyd. Floyd, an African-American man, died in custody when Derek Chauvin, a white police officer, knelt on his neck for over 8 minutes. Floyd’s death came on the
For a second time, protestors rallied at the Oregon state capitol building to protest the state’s Stay Home Save Lives initiative. Among those present were Oregon nurses and healthcare workers. Many simply showed up to more broadly protest against Oregon Governor Kate Brown. Others used
Chemeketa students reveal if COVID-19 has affected their spring break plans.
Reporter Jenifer Delaney asked students on campus why they decided to take Summer classes in this On The Spot.
Part two of The Courier‘s D&D docuseries The Baron’s Curse is available to stream now on our YouTube channel. Subscribe to our channel to see future episodes!
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.
The first part of our docuseries The Baron’s Curse is available now on our site and our YouTube channel.
On Friday, April 19, The Courier will premiere The Baron’s Curse, a docuseries which follows a short Dungeons & Dragons campaign. “[Editing the series] was definitely a challenge,” the series’ editor, Montana Langford, said. “I’ve never tried anything like this before, where I take somebody