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SOU Powwow

SOU Powwow

The United states is home to approximately 5.2 million Native American people according to 2010 census and Oregon has more than 70,000 of those. In Southern Oregon, Chinook, Coquille, Umpqua, Chetco, Tututni, Tolowa, Takelma, Klamath, Modoc, Northern Paiute, and Shoshone all call Southern Oregon their home. This weekend representatives from those tribes met in the McNeil […]

SOU Says Goodbye To Coach Kennedy

SOU Says Goodbye To Coach Kennedy

When college teams and coaches are successful, coaches often receive offers from other schools, and sometimes the offer is too good to pass up.  Southern Oregon University is learning this the hard way.  Head women’s basketball coach Lynn Kennedy, who led the lady Raiders to their first NAIA tournament win since 1999, has decided to […]

Softball Splits Series With Corban On Rainy Weekend

Softball Splits Series With Corban On Rainy Weekend

Raiders Softball Battle to Make Playoffs The Southern Oregon Softball team took on the 23rd ranked Corban University Warriors this weekend in a double header game to fight for a place in the playoffs.  Due to rain, the doubleheader was rescheduled to be played the next day at noon.  The series was split evenly with […]

We’re All Stars Now… At The Lunch Show!

We’re All Stars Now… At The Lunch Show!

As college students, a steady income is usually hard to come by and maintain. On top of which, students must also worry about paying college bills such as, housing, tuition, additional course fees, and textbooks. Even if a student has access to a decent kitchen with basic cooking utilities (stove, oven, microwave, and toaster), this […]

Local Hawaiians Weigh in on Thirty Meter Telescope

Construction of what is to be, the worlds most powerful telescope, is in the middle of a time-out after Hawaiian Governor, David Inge, called for a halt in progress to further discuss conditions of the 1.4 billion dollar project. The Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT), is set to be constructed on Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano […]

Raiders Take On Spring Ball

Raiders Take On Spring Ball

As the seasons change the Southern Oregon Raider football team can now shift from winter conditioning to tightening the pads for spring football.  The Raiders defeated Marion University last season to win the NAIA national championship for the first time in school history.  The achievement can be attributed to the dedication and hard work in […]

Call For Writers!

Call For Writers!

Southern Oregon Senior Angelica Crimmins is on the search for talented writers and artists on campus who wish to submit their work to be combined in her capstone project of creating an online magazine.  Pippi Magazine hopes to publish pieces which will blur fiction and nonfiction while making connections between the stories and everyday life. […]

In-N-Out Comes To Oregon

In-N-Out Comes To Oregon

In-N-Out, a burger joint well known to California natives, will be opening a new location in Medford later this year.  This particular restaurant will pave the way for the franchise in the state, but it is already causing some concern with its soon to be neighbors. In-N-Out is popular among the west coast population, especially […]

Tuition Increase 5%

Tuition Increase 5%

Seven dollars and thirty-five cents. That is how much more Southern Oregon University students are most likely going to have to pay per credit come fall term. This means a standard 15 credit course load would amount to a total increase of $110.25 per term. The newly created SOU Board of Trustees has made the […]

When Giants Fall

When Giants Fall

Jessica Ring is a senior at Southern Oregon University and will be graduating this spring. By that time, she will have completed her degree in Human Communication with certificates in Conflict Resolution and Management of Human Resources. Recently, she was presented with an opportunity to assist in the making of a film being produced locally called […]