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SOU Celebrates 4th Annual Arbor Day

SOU Celebrates 4th Annual Arbor Day

On Friday, the leaders of SOU’s beautification traded their hard worn facilities t-shirt for bright pink Arbor Day shirts and lead the campus in a day of botanical tours and tree planting. The Landscape Department works to assure that SOU’s grounds stay pristine and well maintained. They start work before sunrise, de-icing walkways in the […]

4 Stars for the “Enjoyable” Fantasy

4 Stars for the “Enjoyable” Fantasy

The Smoke Thieves was a cleverly plotted and constructed fantasy filled with intrigue and many active storylines. From its vast array of POVs to its wide range of participating characters, it is not a story to to read passively. Instead, it insists that you engage and follow along. As the story builds and beguiles, each characters’ purpose […]

Top Recommendation for new Romance

Top Recommendation for new Romance

Filled with a delicious combination of witty charm and ambivalence, Arrogant Devil thrilled from the first page. With a delicacy only skilled writers have, Grey balanced their every exchange with perfect amounts of unwanted lust and volatility. Using the dynamic of a broody cowboy placed opposite a (seemingly) spoiled city girl only heightened this effect and brought […]

4.5 for Whelan’s Debut Novel

4.5 for Whelan’s Debut Novel

My Oxford Year is as tender and heartbreaking as it is charmingly witty. Whelan’s debut novel draws on the subtleties of relationships: both romantic and otherwise, and it expounds their effects in great detail. Told with boldly captivating characters and the beauty of England, I fell in love with both the beauty of this country as […]

Qualtrics Election Form Allows for Double Votes

Qualtrics Election Form Allows for Double Votes

“No person shall vote more than once for the same office, referendum, initiative, or officer recall in any election,” per the official 2018 Election Rule 6.2.7. However, in the minutes of the May 8 Elections Committee meeting, ASSOU Vice President and Elections Chair,  Leo McCaffrey revealed, “someone has voted for themselves three times.” Prior to […]

SRC Series: The Dress Code

SRC Series: The Dress Code

The new Student Recreation Center (SRC) posted their official facility guidelines earlier last week. Listed under the section “Clothing Standards” on the Inside SOU website include: “attire must cover chest, abdomen, back and side areas from hip to armpit” and “shorts must be long enough to cover the buttocks and groin while exercising or moving.” […]

Welcome to the Student Rec Center

Welcome to the Student Rec Center

 At the start of week four of Spring Term, Southern Oregon University (SOU) opened their new Student Recreation Center (SRC) in Raider Village. The building includes a gym, basketball court with a volleyball net, and a rock climbing wall. Early registration  started April 18th, giving the students the chance to avoid waiting in lines […]

Meatless Monday Comes to The Hawk

Meatless Monday Comes to The Hawk

Earth week kicked off last Monday with an event challenging all students to refrain from the use of straws followed by an event held at the Hawk called Meatless Monday– sparking controversy amongst dining hall staff and patrons. “The biggest noise that is negative comes from the athletes, they really like the homestyle menus,” explained […]

22nd Annual Lūʻau Celebrates Culture through Dance

22nd Annual Lūʻau Celebrates Culture through Dance

“This celebration of our culture is a good way to bring us back to our ancestry and who we are as people” explained Jherica Raposa, a member of the Ho’opa’a Hawai’i Club and dancer in the 22nd annual Lūʻau & Hōʻike. With a sold out show, a celebration of Hawaiian culture rang throughout the Music […]

6 Stars for the Christina Lauren’s newest novel

6 Stars for the Christina Lauren’s newest novel

Love and Other Words, which was officially released yesterday, was a beautiful and emotional journey of exploration, first love, and the crucial moments that can long effect you into adulthood.  After finishing it last week, it took me a few days to find words to express the praise I have for this story. Each alternating timeline of […]

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