Thanks to everyone for their patience. A lot of hard work went into creating the final versions of the CAGS logo!
155 years ago on June 19, an enslaved people in Texas learned of their freedom from bondage. This years observation of Juneteenth takes place in a moment of deep reckoning of the legacy and the realities of systemic racism and discrimination in our nation and in our communities.
The CEOAS Association of Graduate Students (CAGS) stands in solidarity with the Black community and condemns the innumerable acts of violence, including the senseless murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and many more. These criminal acts highlight the systemic and institutionalized racism prevalent in this nation and our community. We must recognize the truth behind the foundation of Oregon and Corvallis. We support Black Lives Matter and commit to supporting the Black community. CAGS will increase our efforts to educate fellow students, staff, friends, community members and ourselves on racial injustices. CAGS is an organization that acts as a liaison between the students and the CEOAS administration, thus as a coalition we commit to bringing these issues to the forefront of our college. We will use our power and our voices as CAGS members to make sure that our administration and our college are held accountable to create a college-wide climate that is inclusive for everyone. We recognize that our position as graduate students in academia is unique in that we must hold one another to a higher standard to address and combat the institutionalized racism present in academia. We understand that the language we use and that the actions we take are critical in shaping the climate of CEOAS.
The work to truly create a diverse, equitable, and inclusive academic environment is ongoing, and we want to do our part to ensure that graduate students in CEOAS always feel welcome and safe in our community.
Thanks to everyone who submitted to the CAGS logo search. We are excited to share with you all the winner!
Voting took place during the week of June 1, and there are three finalists for the CAGS logo! Check them out:
A reminder that the next CAGS Professional Development meeting will take place on March 5 from 2:30 – 3:30 in Burt 193. Britt Hoskins will be leading us through a CV workshop.
Bring a copy of your CV – either in paper or electronic format – so you’ll be able to receive feedback.
Has it always been your dream to have everyone wear something YOU created? or maybe you are an incredibly talented artist? Whatever the case may be, CAGS is in need of someone to design a new logo for us! Just imagine your creation on t-shirts, caps, stickers, mugs, and who knows? maybe even patches.
Submit your logo designs to email@example.com!