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Cheap Eats, Good Food and Friends

Cheap Eats, Good Food and Friends

  With the goal of providing “a home cooked meal in an amazing atmosphere,” the Outdoor Program (OP) kicks off a weekly meal gathering at their program’s office–the price is optional based on what you want to pay. A few years ago the Outdoor Program had the weekly meals going, but somewhere between academic quarters […]

Growling on the Outside and Inside

Growling on the Outside and Inside

Growler; a pitcher, pail, or other container brought by a customer for beer. With that in mind, Ashland welcomes it’s newest member to the brewery community; Growler Guys and Stoneridge Coffee. From craft beer to coffee this new establishment makes it way into downtown as the “community beverage center”, says manager Emily Jablonski. Growler Guys […]

The Venue is the Thing!

The Venue is the Thing!

  “Even though this community already thrives off of art and culture, we believe that the people are hungry for more. Live at the Armory is going to provide it, and provide it in style”, says Jason Gallagher co-owner of Live at the Ashland Armory. He is most always in one stage of preparation or […]

Chess is for Everyone!

Chess is for Everyone!

“Chess is best played outside on a beautiful day like today,” Raymond Ngo speculates.  The sunny afternoon accompanied by a cooling fall breeze that makes the picnic tables in front of the Stevenson Union a popular spot for students on their lunch break. The head of the campus chess club is one of the many […]

Film Club Returns for a Sequel

Film Club Returns for a Sequel

In recent years, multiple film clubs have been created and faded at Southern Oregon University.  Though varying in goals and agendas, most of these different clubs hoped to unite students and emerging film makers interested in viewing and creating film projects of their own.  While each seemed to gain momentum and support, they were abandoned […]

Rush it!

Rush it!

Seeing Tony Award winning plays on a student’s budget may have felt impossible–until now. A Southern Oregon University student has just the ticket at an affordable price–all available on line through his recently created website and Facebook. As a Theater Arts Major he wanted to show other students great plays can be accessible, “I want […]

A Divine Show with a Divine Message

A Divine Show with a Divine Message

Last Saturday at 7 pm the curtain opened on the play, “Divine Lunacy”, a musical comedy about a man named Davy, a past psych patient, who goes off his medication to be more creative. This play presents a message about mental illness which takes it out of the shadows and offers the opportunity to consider […]

7 Things You Need for Getting Back to School

7 Things You Need for Getting Back to School

Hello! And welcome back to Southern Oregon University! It’s another year and we’ve barely cracked the books, but we’ve already got your first survival list prepared. Enjoy, live long, and prosper. #1 Make Some New Friends Social interactions are hard, I know. If it were up to me we would all just keep our imaginary […]

Oberon’s Turns into a Battlefield

Oberon’s Turns into a Battlefield

L.A. based band The Battlefield took the corner stage in Oberon’s tavern on Wednesday night and adapted to the small bar zaniness that the venue has become known for.  “We love funky little bars,” said Jenny Weaver, in a pre-concert phone conversation.  At the helm of vocals for the group, Jenny also plays tambourine and multiple […]

A Winter’s Tale in Spring

A Winter’s Tale in Spring

  Gala Night was a spectacle of the fancy dressed, laughter, pictures and food for all in attendance last Friday. It was the party before the play “The Winter’s Tale.” The event was fashioned in a Celtic theme with music in ensemble, and some were dressed in matching Celtic attire. “We chose a theme that […]