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Q: Hi -- we lost power for about 20 hours last Saturday (2/13) and then in came back on for about 36 hours, only to go out again. As of this morning (Saturday, 2/20) we have been without any power for more than five ...
The effort has focused on providing urgent video communications in Spanish and Mam – a language spoken by more than a half-million people in Guatemala – in response to the COVID-19 outbreak in the county.
Dusti Linnell, Beatriz Botello |
Nov 2020 |
A message from OSU President Alexander: Moving forward together
"By engaging in important conversations about race and racism, justice and equity; by learning from each other; and by taking specific actions, we will constantly strive to advance the culture of belonging, collaboration and innovation that we aspire to in the university’s strategic plan. And we will provide a transformative education that is accessible for all learners – another goal of our strategic plan...Let us act together." Read the full statement.
A message from Vice Provost Anita Azarenko: Acting together for change
"OSU Extension stands behind the university’s commitment to inclusive excellence. We stand and act against actions that continue to perpetuate systemic racism and maintain other societal inequities. I call on each member of our Extension community to learn, engage and act to help ensure that everyone—those we serve and aspire to serve—is welcome, safe and valued." Read the full statement.