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How To Survive Your Freshman Year of College

How To Survive Your Freshman Year of College

One year ago, I was getting ready to leave my hometown to start my first year of college. Long story short, I was absolutely terrified. I was nervous that I was going to make no friends, fail all my classes, and gain fifteen pounds and lose my healthy eating habits to the college cafeteria menu. […]

Davis’ Concert Plans Come to Fruition

Davis’ Concert Plans Come to Fruition

Come this fall Ashland will be getting a new taste of music contrary to the usual indie scene associated with the city. On October first Southern Oregon University will be hosting a rap concert featuring artists Travis Porter, JR Castro, and Paul Wall to be held at the SOU practice field. Following a tumultuous election Colin Davis […]

How To: Sasquatch 2K16

How To: Sasquatch 2K16

Last weekend I attended the Sasquatch Music Festival at the Gorge Amphitheater in Quincy, Washington. Annual attendance hits about 25,000, with the bulk of those camping out for 4 days and nights, it is one of the biggest outdoor festivals in the United States. Five of my best guy friends and I camped together and then […]

Next in Que: Master of None

Next in Que: Master of None

“Long term relationships are tough. You can’t just expect a big, roaring fire right away, right? You know, you can’t put the big logs in first. You start with the small stuff. Kindling, all right? You add that, then you put in the big logs and then you have a roaring fire. And that’s a […]

Next in Que: Bloodline

Next in Que: Bloodline

One of the biggest shows to hit Netflix in the past year is their original show “Bloodline”.  Bloodline follows the Rayburn family who owns a hotel in the Florida Keys where they deal with a dark past and even darker future. Bloodline has one season on Netflix with the second coming on May 27th.  The family […]

Next in Que: Fresh Meat Series 1

Next in Que: Fresh Meat Series 1

“Everybody’s got a vibe Howard, yours is the whole NHS specs, chronic masterbator, Lord of the Rings fan vibe.” -Vod Fresh Meat Fresh Meat is an outrageous British comedy that underneath reflects a very real college experience. The trials and tribulations of first year university students, or “freshers” as they say in the U.K., dealing with […]

Cattle Mutilation: The Musical

Cattle Mutilation: The Musical

“COWS IN PERIL! BIGFOOT BLAMED! THE TRUTH WILL SHOCK YOU!” This ain’t no Muppet Show. The Ashland theatrical group Puppeteers for Fears newest play, Cattle Mutilation: The Musical, is a hilarious adult horror comedy puppet show that is a must see. It features 10 original songs from playwright Josh Gross, founding member of Puppeteers for Fears, that will leave audiences […]

Siskiyou Special: March Madness Tips & Tricks

Siskiyou Special: March Madness Tips & Tricks

Spring is in the air, the sun is shining, flowers are blooming and March Madness is underway! Conference tournaments just ended and the 2016 NCAA Division I Basketball Tournament seeding was released this afternoon, so everyone is scrambling to make their perfect bracket to win some cash. Last year, billionaire Warren Buffett offered a billion […]

Not Married to “The River Bride”

Not Married to “The River Bride”

      The Oregon Shakespeare festival did everything in their power to turn a dull play into a wonderful spectacle. And while their efforts didn’t go unnoticed, “The River Bride,” written by Marisela Treviño Orta, was still predictable, slow, and clichè. That’s not to say the play was entirely a misfire, however. There were […]

OSF: Playing Outside the Lines

OSF: Playing Outside the Lines

2016 Is the first year in Oregon Shakespeare Festival history where a majority of the actors are actors of color, it is one of the milestones in this eighty first season of the festival and four hundredth anniversary of the Bard’s death. Artistic Director Bill Rauch dropped this knowledge on a crowd gathered at the […]