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Indian Education Conference Inspires Greater Light Ahead

Indian Education Conference Inspires Greater Light Ahead

“It felt very historic, as if there was a deep sense of change, and that people from different walks of life were coming together to put changes in how indigenous and non-indigenous people were learning” said Angela Day, a student volunteer from Southern Oregon University about the 40th Oregon Indian Education Association Annual Conference, held […]

Ty Burrell Reacts to Student Shrine in his Honor

Ty Burrell Reacts to Student Shrine in his Honor

“Ty Burrell is life,” said Carols-Zenen Trujillo, a theater student at Southern Oregon University. “He’s a Saint. A martyr.” Trujillo’s intense admiration for Burrell is not unique to him. Theater students all over campus praise the Southern Oregon University alumn for his successful acting career. His inspiration to the students has not only raised a […]

Letter from the Editor: A Millennial’s Dilemma

Letter from the Editor: A Millennial’s Dilemma

I awoke suddenly last night from a terrorizing nightmare. I was about to graduate college in three weeks, I had no guarantee of a full time job and enough student debt to put a down payment on a San Francisco apartment. As I was in line for Chipotle feeling sorry for myself I requested extra […]

Advice: Ask Andrew

Advice: Ask Andrew

Help Andrew! I looked at my SOU tuition breakdown and I’m paying for the student rec center. I’m a senior and it isn’t even built! Why am I paying for it? Thx ConcernedStudent67 ConcernedStudent67, I’m glad you asked, many SOU students are asking the same thing. Right now all students are paying their rec center […]

Fringe Brings the Art to You

Fringe Brings the Art to You

Pop-up theater performances, acrobatics, live inclusive music shows, and art installations were scattered across the Southern Oregon University campus last week during the annual Oregon Fringe Festival. “If you haven’t experienced Ashland in general… Fringe is that really Ashland-y thing,” said Epiffany Gombart, an SOU student and Fringe participant. “Its an explosion of art and […]

Kila and Nihipali Taken off Ballot

Kila and Nihipali Taken off Ballot

“There’s a storm outside, and there’s a storm inside,” said Darius Kila during a recess of what would become a three and a half hour long deliberation by the Judicial Branch ultimately deciding that it was unconstitutional to allow Kila and his running mate Shanztyn Nihipali to be on the ballot for ASSOU President and […]

Medford Marches for Climate Change

Medford Marches for Climate Change

“Don’t tell me it’ll be okay,” demanded Claire Pryor. “I can’t vote, I can’t run for office,” cried out the 17 year. “I have to sit and watch as time flies by.” The Ashland High School Senior gave a provoking speech addressing the public leaders who are making decisions for the planet’s future. Over 1200 people […]

Public Profile: ASSOU Presidential Candidates

Public Profile: ASSOU Presidential Candidates

Daryl Maplethorpe & Leo McCaffrey Daryl Maplethorpe is running for Student Body President has been serving ASSOU for two year now as Director of Public Relations and Media Outreach, having previously served as Arts and Performance Senator. Leo McCaffrey is running as Vice President. In the past he has served as the ASSOU minute taker, […]

That’s a Wrap for AIFF

That’s a Wrap for AIFF

Ashland wrapped up it’s 16th annual nationally ranked, independent film festival. The Ashland Independent Film Festival (AIFF) ran from Thursday, April 6 through Monday, April 10 at a variety of venues throughout the city. This ever expanding film festival which was ranked in the top 25 “coolest film festivals in the world” by Movie Maker Magazine […]

CVA Showcases Student Artwork at Opening Reception

CVA Showcases Student Artwork at Opening Reception

The Center for the Visual Arts Gallery at Southern Oregon University opened its latest gallery Friday, April 7, featuring artwork from SOU students, alumni, and community members. “Personally I wanted to be able to share something that I’ve only shared with my friends and family,” said featured artist Piper George whose work consisted of paintings […]

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