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Untitled Student Poetry

Untitled Student Poetry

Untitled You sculpt absence from the bulbous head that I once tried to push out of my palms              I turned over the desire in meager fingertips   Untitled i conquer everything orbits my chest to my fingertips, but still, an instinctual nightmare it’s too late to wait around for […]

Raiders Fall in Playoff Showdown

Raiders Fall in Playoff Showdown

There were no late-game heroics this time around, as the Southern Oregon Men fell short of a bid to the CCC tournament final by way of a 97-80 loss dealt by the Warner Pacific College Knights (WPC). The Raider “Big Three” Ben DeSaulnier, Jordan West, and Joel Spear, were missing a key component. While DeSaulnier […]

Pass the Cushman: Comeback Week

Pass the Cushman: Comeback Week

  It’s come to the time of the term where SOU students are looking at their grades the way one might look at old MySpace conversations, or possibly a burning building. Although switching your major to “Instagram Model” may seem appealing right now, there’s still time to do what college students do best, get away […]

Opinion of Campus Coffee

Opinion of Campus Coffee

No matter what time of the day, from the morning hours to late night cramming for a mid-term, students are prone to indulging in a cup of coffee or two. As a coffee drinker myself, I’ll take a cup of joe around the clock. If I don’t have at least three to four cups a day […]

Next in Que: Love

Next in Que: Love

A whole seven days has come and gone since you presented (or were presented) those roses, chocolates, and other Valentine’s Day affections–personally, I’m the kind of guy who breaks out the glue and water colors to craft a papier-mâché BB-8. So, did you win your heart’s interest or awkwardly scamper away into the night knowing […]

Spear’s 25 Not Enough as Raiders Fall

Spear’s 25 Not Enough as Raiders Fall

EUGENE, OR.—The Southern Oregon men came into Eugene with one goal—to win a CCC title—and came away empty-handed, at least for the time being. The #12 Northwest Christian University Beacons snapped the #11 Raiders seven-game win streak by virtue of a 85-75 victory, paced by Omar Richards 23 points and 13 rebounds. The win gives […]

Annual International Dinner: Tastes From Around the Globe

Annual International Dinner: Tastes From Around the Globe

Japan, Armenia, Germany and Peru are just some of the countries represented on a lengthy table of international delicacies. Wednesday night, the International Student Association on campus hosted the annual International Dinner in the Stevenson Union’s Rogue River Room. The dinner is a fundraising event that includes a three course meal featuring food from all […]

Valentine’s Day Massacre

Valentine’s Day Massacre

Last weekend’s rain didn’t stop the fifth annual St. Valentine’s Day Massacre for the Southern Oregon Football team.  For the past half-decade, the Raiders have broken the offseason slum with a day dedicated to vigorous workouts and team building activities.  On Saturday night the Raiders left the weights in the gym to compete in various games ranging […]

Pass the Cushman: Ashland Vice

Pass the Cushman: Ashland Vice

Between the legalization of weed and Medford hogging all the good meth I would have thought Ashland was basically out of crimes to commit, but in light of recent crime spree of sham kidnappings and pizza delivery hold ups it would appear we’re either living in Tijuana or some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle story line. […]

Collegiate Catholicism

Collegiate Catholicism

If you’re unfamiliar with the purpose of Lent, here are some basics. Lent is meant to be a time of fasting and introspection. While the fasting usually only occurs on Fridays when participants are forbidden to eat meat, the time for self-analysis is continuous throughout the 40-day stretch. According to the Bible the season represents […]