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SOU Dream Run Comes To An End In Elite 8

SOU Dream Run Comes To An End In Elite 8

The Southern Oregon men’s basketball team won one more game in the NAIA tournament than the women, advancing to the Elite 8 before eventually losing to Embry-Riddle University on Saturday 71-79.  In Friday’s Sweet 16 game, SOU outlasted Grace University 68-62. Grace University led the game 24-14 at one point and led 39-35 at half-time […]

Women Close Season With Heads High

Women Close Season With Heads High

The Southern Oregon women’s basketball team came out hot in their NAIA Sweet 16 game against Tabor College, but Tabor fought back and ultimately ended the Raider’s season, winning 72-65. In the first half, the Raiders scored the first 8 points, but lost their rhythm and let the Blue Jays of Tabor back into the […]

A Brief History of an Old Paper: The Status of The Siskiyou

A Brief History of an Old Paper: The Status of The Siskiyou

Daylight saving is usually not a welcomed holiday on college students’ calendars. Though we are embracing warmer weather and longer afternoons, the hour of sleep we all lose is the painful departure of a friend we won’t see again until November.  But while considering this “loss of time” I began to ponder how often I […]

4Screen Festival Showcases Unique Shorts From Around the Globe

4Screen Festival Showcases Unique Shorts From Around the Globe

The first ever 4Screen film festival, was held in Hannon Library Thursday evening and showcased interesting films submitted by movie makers from around the world.  Meese room is located on the third floor of the building that was just voted as one of the top libraries in the country and entertained around 50 viewers. Andrew […]

Final Second Victory Keeps Raider Men Alive in Missouri

Final Second Victory Keeps Raider Men Alive in Missouri

The Southern Oregon men’s basketball team slowed down one of the hottest teams in the nation and last season’s NAIA runner-up Midland University, winning 73-71 to advance to the round of 16 teams of the NAIA tournament in Point Lookout, Missouri.  With the upset victory, the Raiders move onto the Sweet 16 for the third […]

Women Victorious In First NAIA Match

Women Victorious In First NAIA Match

The Southern Oregon women’s basketball team trounced Robert Morris University Wednesday morning 96-61 to advance to the round of 16 of the NAIA tournament in Sioux City, Iowa.  The win marks the Raider ladies first NAIA tournament win in 16 years. The Raiders ran out to a 14-4 advantage with 13 minutes remaining in the […]

Comm Majors Make Case to Specify Diplomas

Comm Majors Make Case to Specify Diplomas

As of this writing, just under 70 students, community members, and supporters have signed an online petition to add the words “Film, Television and Convergent Media” to diplomas. While it is easy to write this off as an irrelevant particular, it is a large issue that affects a number of students here at SOU.  Under […]

Raiders Earn Their Stripes

Raiders Earn Their Stripes

Filled bleachers, clear skies and a smokin BBQ created a community environment to support Southern Oregon’s men’s and women’s rugby teams as they took the pitch in a hard hitting double header Saturday afternoon. For a club sport that has limited funding, the teams hosted great matches that drew loud cheers from all the spectators […]

Wrestling Continues Tradition and Returns with Titles

Raider Wrestling once again showed its dominance at the top level of competition as the team returned home second in all of NAIA lead by a pair of individual champions. “Any time you come away with a couple of national titles, it’s a good weekend,” said Raider wrestling coach Mike Ritchey, who has just entered his 19th year as head coach. The […]

Student Salivates “S” Key

Student Salivates “S” Key

A story is developing while a male suspect roams at large in the Southern Oregon community after reportedly picking up a removed key from one of the school keyboards in Hannon Library and chewing on it Tuesday evening. Around nine o’clock P.M. SOU student Jen Augino began to place her belongings down at the computer prior […]