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Review – American Horror Story: Coven

In comparison to the two previous seasons, Coven seems to be a step in a slightly different direction for the show known for being so edgy. While previous seasons have shown us mutilated babies, alien encounters, and a retelling of the Black Dahlia murder, this new season is either slow to pick up or simply […]

SOPride takes over down town

SOPride takes over down town

The Southern Oregon University’s Queer Resource Center will be participating in the 4th Annual Southern Oregon Pride Festival with a line up of all-inclusive, community-wide events this upcoming weekend. The QRC’s main event for the festival will be a 5K“Fun Run”before the SOPride Parade this Saturday, Oct. 12, with check-in beginning at 8:30 a.m. in […]

Potential pub on campus.

For an otherwise attractive tourist town, Ashland falls flat with weekend nightlife. The administration at Southern Oregon University has heard the student’s cries of boredom, and are suggesting an interesting solution of building a coffee shop by day and a pub by night. In a student wide email last week, SOU’s Senior Information Officer Brad […]

The 5 Most Interesting New Shows of Fall 2013

The fall TV season started a couple weeks ago now with an array of new shows. For us busy college students, though, we only have so much time to waste on TV viewing. Here’s an overview of the top five most interesting new shows to check out in that limited free time you have. The […]

Sporty Weekend of 09/04/2013

Sporty Weekend of 09/04/2013

School Spirit High as Raiders Dominate Owls

  The Raiders volleyball team brought the crowd to their feet as they took out the Oregon Tech Owls in a 3-1 set win last Friday night. The Bob Riehm Arena buzzed with good energy as the dynamic student section took it upon themselves to voice their support for the Raider team. Whether motivated by […]

SOU Honor Choir: Come See The Magic!

  If you can’t decide on what you want to do this weekend, the answer is simple. Come see the SOU High School Honor Choir perform this Sunday in the Music recital Hall at 3:00 pm at the SOU campus. The Honor Choir will consist of the best vocalists from Jackson, Klamath, and Josephine counties. […]

Debbie Wooten Speaking Tonight at SOU Library

Tonight, as part of Disability Awareness Week, the Multicultural Center is sponsoring an event featuring comedian Debbie Wooten at 6:00pm in the Meese Auditorium. Wooten is praised as a inspiring and funny disability and diversity speaker, drawing on personal experience from being born with Spina Bifida, contracting polio at the age of five months, and […]

Bottlenecked by Eden Redmond

Bottlenecked by Eden Redmond

“Bottlenecked is a glimpse into the mind of an activated young person. Aware of privilege, power, and patriarchy for the first time filled with an unstoppable momentum which has been wrongfully pigeon holed to altruism and youth.”Eden Redmond

“Beak Week” Looking to be the Biggest Yet

Brace yourselves, SOU. Beak Week is coming. For those of you not in the know, Beak Week is a week full of events put on by our very own EPIC club  that celebrate SOU’s pride and school spirit. Flyers have been posted across campus giving a preview of the events to come, taking place between […]

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