Brie Landis wins the presidency!… and sparks revision of ASOIT’s election bylaws

On April 27, Brie Landis made history as the first write-in candidate to win the office of ASOIT President at Oregon Tech, and that win sparked changes in ASOIT’s election bylaws.

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Opinion: Oregon Tech can budget Over $500,000 for Snell Hall Renovations but not for fair faculty salaries

As Oregon Tech faculty strike for fair wages, the university prepares to spend roughly half a million dollars on a cosmetic exterior renovation of the administration building, Snell Hall. Is Oregon Tech prioritizing building maintenance over faculty salaries?

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Explainer: Why did Oregon Tech’s Faculty Senate call for President Naganathan’s Resignation?

Oregon Tech’s Faculty Senate voted Tuesday to call for university President Nagi Naganathan’s resignation. During Naganathan’s nearly four years as President of Oregon Tech, Faculty Senate say he has disregarded university policy, changed policies without faculty input, excluded Faculty Senate from decision-making processes and irresponsibly managed Oregon Tech’s resources.

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Field Notes: Black Lives Matter, Portland Justice Center, Juneteenth

Permissionless Field Notes chronicle the journalist’s experience of observing and participating in direct action in order to provide context and add depth to Permissionless new stories. These Field Notes are from coverage of a Black Lives Matter protest at the Justice Center in Portland, Oregon, on the night of Juneteenth.

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